[stuffs what gots stuck in my browser tabs this last week]
:flash: 10 years since timothy leary’s death – joi ito remembers the “performing philosopher”, still a great inspiration to many, and it brought tears to my eyes. and as ever we say, “Question Authority and Think for Yourself.”
nazi skin shop and website hacked
:flash: antifa pressrelease – offers some more info.
creative commons corner
:flash: Elephants Dream – “is the world’s first open movie, made entirely with open source graphics software such as Blender, and with all production files freely available to use however you please, under a Creative Commons license.” 11 minutes long short film.
the bizarre world of football
:flash: le mondial des robots – football fever catches the robot geek community. they will be holding the robots worldcup in berlin. 14. – 20. june.
:flash: and my favorite team to win the worldcup is… – no, sorry about that. do not click this image. found via as found, a rather amazing collection of strange images found on the internet. [via 4rthur]
:flash: phantasienkonkurrenzvoraussagenspiel – is your tongue still there? sorry about that. worldcup predictions online game with an interesting idea.
:flash: amnesty.de/fussball – amnesty takes a good look at the human rights situation in all of the countries qualified for the worldcup. download the .pdf here [in german], and here’s a list of quite a few related campaigns.
the bizarre world of cats
:flash: hitler cats – is a blog collecting photos of cats looking like hitler.
:flash: ajax tabs content script – lets you “Fetch and display an external page (from the same domain) inside a container when a tab is clicked on.” [thx leu]
yet more silliness [or: i just ran out of smart headers
:flash: we feel fine! – “Since August 2005, We Feel Fine has been harvesting human feelings from a large number of weblogs. Every few minutes, the system searches the world’s newly posted blog entries for occurrences of the phrases “I feel” and “I am feeling”. ” and the good news is: apparently we feel fine! well, i don’t but at least the rest of the world does.
:flash: cory doctorow wonders: can anyone own web2.0? – nicely wraps up the o’reilly/web2.0 debacle.
:flash: short film on how the holes go into the swiss cheese – if thats even a sentence …
:flash: joi ito on the rave award for world of warcrack – “6 million subscribers each paying up to $15 a month” just imagine, that’s like the entire population of switzerland.
:flash: the broken laptop i sold on ebay – guy sells a broken laptop on ebay, seller retrieves the data and posts it in a blog.
:flash: cactus friend – cute tokidoki toy