A much harsher take on some of the issues Tim Berners Lee has pointed out about the web. Worth the time to hear the perspective, even if it's hard to justify "stolen" when most people willingly disclose everything for very little reward.
These great folks brought a bunch of Zeros to the green exhibition at Boston city hall last weekend and offered test rides. The two person bike has plenty of power for two up riding, the suspension is awesome, and it is a blast to ride. Hopefully the next model will pay a bit more attention to the passenger, and perhaps folks with shorter inseams.
Hilarious action romp. The remastered edition improves the music a bit and spruces up the presentation. The additional feature on creating the aliens was kind of fun to see, but most of the interviews were just egos in action.
This was some really great background on what went down. It is always somewhat depressing to watch the mess that gets left as things fall apart, but this was actually surprisingly hopeful for me, mostly because of the character of some of people involved. Worth it.
The actors can't save this. Waaay too long. If you must watch, be sure to have all 3 disks at the ready. The logical intermission is just after the dragon dies, early on in disk2. Should have been two movies (max).
What some of us in the old school think about when the term "hipster" is used. If you're not familiar with this track, then you need to be. If you are, then you probably haven't heard in a while so here's a nice easy link.
Mentioned Ozric Tentacles as a reference point in conversation about a track and realized they are not necessarily a household name. Generally I'll avoid posting every obscure band I know, but if they are relevant as a genre/sound reference then it's fair game.
This is a truly great exercise in hearing spacial reverb. Recommend watching it first, then listening to it again without looking at it. Really helps set my head when considering spacial presentation for one or more recordings.