I can’t believe I watched this whole thing twice just so I could see what happens if I made the other choice. via
Monthly Archive for March, 2004
There was a time when I absolutely loved Jonatha Brooke’s music. I listen to those songs now, and I just don’t hear them the same anymore for some reason. And the new album, Back in the Circus ….. Well, yeah. That’s too bad. Although “Better After All” does kind of grab me. I think it’s […]
You know I’ve heard English is a confusing language to try to learn, but I had No Idea (MP3 File) Via
For the past two weeks, I’ve been trapped inside a lot, so this weekend, I was pretty eager to get out and get some fresh air. With that in mind, I grabbed my camera and headed off to Topanga Canyon. Except, I got tired of driving well before getting to Topanga Canyon (probably had something […]
Citizen Kubrick is a fascinating look into Stanley Kubrick’s home. He was quite the hoarder, and Jon Ronson spends some time describing the meticulously archived and cataloged documents he found when invited to visit Kubrick’s home. More interesting than that description might sound. Via
What do you suppose is worse? The fact that my dentist accidentally left a stitch in today. The fact that I accidentally pulled it slightly out before I realized what was happening The fact that I deliberately pulled it about half way out before realizing that it really didn’t want to come out The fact […]
Who knew Legos could be so thrilling? Requires Quicktime. If you don’t have broadband or a LOT of free time, seriously don’t bother.
Kind of an interesting analysis of Eye Placement in Paintings. It seems to be more uniform than I would have suspected though I can’t speak to the quality of their sample set or their math for that matter.
When I saw The Latest Episode of Madness Combat, I thought it was a continuation of this series. Boy is my face red to realize there were two series where simple animations kicked some major league booty. Also, what’s with the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy reference in the middle of that thing? Improbability Drive […]
It turns out there’s a weird convergence of planets going on right now. If you time it right, you can see Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Venus and Mercury with the naked eye. That won’t happen again for more than 30 years. I may need to take a trip into the desert next weekend and do a […]