Saturday October 13, 2007
- Julien Dupont motorbike freestyle. You would think that, unlike BMX tricks, this would have important real-world applications. From the video, however, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
- Mustaches of the Nineteenth Century.
- What you need is your own personal moon.
- ‘They can’t all be pretty ones.’
- I do not believe your 65-foot filing cabinet skyscraper,
- . . . but I might be persuaded to believe 831 fluorescent tubes powered by the electromagnetic field surrounding overhead power lines.
- Florida Bicycling Street Smarts. Very Highlights-for-children, but actually has lots of useful information. Recommend chapters 6, 8, and 9.
- How does it feel to die, in case you haven’t seen it yet. Terrifying.
- “There is a crack, there is a line, and eventually there will be a scar and that scar will remain.” A mysterious crack installed in the floor of the Tate Modern. Another photo.
- ezee’s flickr stream. Eye-popping pictures from India.
- These here internets sure do love lists. Andrew Bell compiles the ultimate one. Wow — there goes your weekend.
- G-force test. I felt relaxed and refreshed after watching this.
- Noney, the people’s currency. Get away from me you dirty commies.
- “Leave the World Trade Center excavation exactly as it is and use the space as a freshwater pond, planted with pink, white and yellow water lilies. Stock it with bass, sunnies, fat-head minnows and turtles. Fishing for children under 12 only. A small statue of Voltaire shall be installed there, too.” #6 in Danny Lyon’s 10-step plan for New York City.
- The photography of Myoung Ho Lee and Sage Sohier.
- Taco Bell is opening stores in Mexico, apparently targeted to the upper class.
- Caution: this game has educational overtones. It’s still sort of fun, though. Bonus points if anyon can solve the ‘Loop the loop’ level, which seems broken.
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