Time to respond to some link requests and spread the robotperson Google butter. Here are some sites by friends of mine that you might find interesting: Stefan Hull, sometime journalist, gamer, gambler, and now Brighton Racecourse silverback has started blogging at theoccasional. Always quality. Graphic design for print and digital: Raj Pancholi at R27 creativelab […]
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Mouth has gone dry… Eleven the game: foosball for the 21st century design crowd Annie Sci-fi geeks photographed in their homes. The Klingons on the sofa are crying out for a caption. Something mundane like “when’s the pizza ready?”, or “have you seen my Bath’lith?”. I think I recognise the AT-AT driver. ABC buttons. Some […]
No explanations, just straight back into it: Domenench, having achieved bottom spot in the group, proposes to his girlfriend on live TV. She remains tactfully silent. Bad luck Raymond Shymalan’s new movie The Happening… …is not merely bad. It is an astonishment, so idiotic in conception and inept in execution that, after seeing it, one […]
What is it with me? Nothing for 6 weeks then I feel like the links are coming out of my ears. Beautiful Catalina Estrada cd packaging kit. More pics on her Flickr stream. If only I had some mixtape cds to write, which nicely links to… Muxtape: create and share your mp3 mixtapes. The Gareth […]
Brick Arms. Mini-fig compatible ordnance for those who think there just isn’t enough violence in Legoland One for Babe: Kent Rogowski’s inside-out bears project. This poor guy looks like he’s on dialysis or something. Take a look at his jigsaws whilst you’re there: Although puzzle pieces are unique and can only fit into one place […]
Random House bravely opts to crowdsource the cover design of a new book on Crowdsourcing. See also ‘Crowdsourcing’ tagged shots on Flickr. Nice. Rejected Star Wars products concepts BBC experiments with surround video. How long can you watch it for without throwing up? Library staircase. Cooool. How to listen to iTunes only podcasts without itunes […]
Domo arigato, Mr Roboto. The Economist on robots in Japan. Kokoro, a Japanese manufacturer, showed off a robot for training dentists, which it developed with Nippon Dental University. As student dentists drill into its teeth, replete with sensors, the robot yelps “ouch!” when the work is not up to par. But the robot would really […]
This clip gave me the single biggest laugh of 2007. Utterly bizarre, it’s from R-Kelly’s ‘hip-hopera’, Trapped in the Closet, which I immediately added to my Amazon wish list. Enjoy.
Avast! The return of weekly links. Russell Brand on heroin at Guardian Unlimited …almost as soon as the smoke had hit the back of my throat, that feeling – the kicky leg, the sweating – it just went. It was like turning off a light. Then I could lean back and everything was suddenly all […]
Nice to see a “download for video iPod / Sony PSP” button appear on Google video. Might be time to break the ceramic white out of retirement, especially if someone puts up the rest of Visions of the Future, which I missed this week.