Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Feeling Sketchy

Online etch-a-sketch! What's left to say!

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Friday, January 25, 2008

Friday Drive In: Elliott Smith - Coming Up Roses

Coming up Roses is a track off of Elliott Smith's second album, called either the untitled or self-titled album, depending on who you ask.

This video was directed by Ross Harris who, besides being in the band Sukia (which toured with Beck and Stereolab), being the photographer for and playing on the first two beck albums, and producing a handful of records for people like Beth Orton, was also in the movie Airplane! when he was 10. Definitely check out one of his current projects, Dimension Mix (I want it!). This interview with him from sweetadeline.net is also jams.

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Friday, January 18, 2008

Friday Drive In: Let Me Borrow That Top!

You can see more from Liam here.

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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Comically Geeky

I've been saving this one for awhile and, given the Macworld Expo yesterday and the unveiling of the MacBook Air, today seemed like a good time.

Hijinks Ensue is a self-described "Geek web-comic". Joel Watson, the sites creator, is one hilarious guy, and also gives you great updates on what's going on in nerddom: from gaming news to what's going on with Joss Whedon. It's updated every Monday and Thursday and definitely bookmark-worthy.

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Monday, January 14, 2008

Jobs for A Day

With everyone furiously trying to figure out what the hell Steve Jobs is going to reveal at tomorrow's Mac Expo, I thought you guys might enjoy this flash game about getting Steve-o ready for the big event.

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Friday, January 11, 2008

Friday Drive In: Richard by Mick Elliott

Warning: Mature content; this is not appropriate for all viewers.

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Monday, January 7, 2008

This Ain't Your Average Sketch Pad

This game (if you can call it that) seems as yet unnamed, though maybe it's called Next Physics? Regardless, it's really awesome and will leave you wondering: how did they do that? To get a real idea of what it can do, draw a lot of sketches on the same page and watch what happens. 

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