Violence, Porn, Kids Line Dancing … Yep it’s all here in Concrete TV where it’s been crammed together in a bizare series of montage edits where A + B just doesn’t seem to add up to C for some reason. Won’t somebody please think of Sergei Eisenstein rolling in his cutting-room grave? As you may [...]
Monthly Archive for December, 2004
Sort It Out is a fun little game. I should really be able to do a lot better at it than I can seem to manage though.
The Graphing Calculator Story is an amazing tale about an amazing piece of software that I never could figure out how to work. I should have paid more attention in Math class. Go read it. Seriously. It’s interesting.
Cheerleader Toss seems to be a viral for some movie or Best Buy or something. There’s a little embedded movie that is so amazing it almost has to be fake, and a game that is fun in a sick and stupid kind of way.
It’s a fight to the death when Rock, Paper and Scissors get together. Movie Here.
OK, so Dog Judo. I think that about says it all doesn’t it? What, you want more? OK, the first episode — sort of funny. The second episode — sort of lame. The third episode — coming soon.
I can’t get into audio books. I put them on, and within 10 seconds my mind is drifting and I miss everything. I wish I could retain information that way, but I need a visual component or something. I’m much better with reading. I only mention it because I’m wondering if radio plays might be [...]
In keeping with my goal of taking advantage of the daylight on the weekends (which seems to be the only time I actually see daylight these days), I took my camera up to Malibu to shoot some photos on Zuma Beach. At one point, I was trying to get around some rocks, and I misjudged [...]
Wow! It knows what I’m going to type before I type to it. It’s like Google is Psychic or something. Really neat technology.
La Specola – Art and Wax Modeling Museum features some stunning works. They were cast from carved up cadavers so it has sort of a macabre feel to it. I’m just amazed at how detailed they seem (at least judging from the photos). I’d love to see them in person. That reminds me, I’m running [...]