ruff linkage 201050

[weekly linkdump, somewhat edited]

online video killed the …

Eskmo 'We Got More' (Official Video) – Cyriak did it, tis awesome.

The Beaver Recut – "until a beaver hand puppet enters his life." and someone remembered the message you left on your wife's answering machine…

WikiWecaps Episode 1: Inside Wikileaks "Cablegate" – "What's in those leaked diplomatic memos? Learn here, all in 3:27 minutes of manic-paced cut-and-paced LOLvideo, complete with a Rachmaninoff score. "

Rudolph (You Don't Have To Put On The Red Light) – "Roxanne Versus The Red Nosed Reindeer Putting the 'Ho back in Ho Ho Ho"

Natalie Time Lapse: Birth to 10 years old in 1 minute 25 sec – "We take a photo every day (at least we tried to!) since birth until the present. Stop motion human growth!"

Beats by Dr Dre – Heaphone Review – "WOOW" the review is almost tedious until 5:30ish when it gets WOOOW.

foodie section

Fritter roulette recipe – "Crunchy corn and squash fritters with an added frisson of danger (well, ish)"

kale pesto spaghetti with butternut squash – i like the idea of a kale pesto, the rest is a bit too much maybe

basic pizza dough recipe – "You have seen the chefs on TV twisting and swirling their pizza dough in the air. Do you think it is impossible to make a good pizza dough at home and a good pizza in your oven? I will change your mind. "

schmooze and abuse

I recognise that mouth… – as obvious as it is brilliant.

Anonymous Wikileaks supporters explain web attacks – "'Coldblood', a member of the group Anonymous, tells Jane Wakefield why he views its attacks on Visa and Mastercard as defence of Wikileaks."

24 TRACKS OFF OF MY IPOD – "A COUNTDOWN TO XMAS" neat idea and interesting selction

2600 Magazine condemns DDoS attacks against Wikileaks censors – "2600 says that DDoS attacks are tactically unsound, as they create sympathy for these companies, and are used as a pretense for more attacks on Internet freedom."

On Wikileaks & student protests – "Obviously BBC news decided not to focus on the fact that thousands of people are on London’s streets today to fight against the idea of a university that follows a pure logic of efficiency. Re-structuring a public body purely according to the logic of the market is something that is done to society, and not only to the students."

Location-based Protesting – "Student protesters in London use Google Maps to outwit police “kettling”. Interesting use of icons. See the live map here."

Inside The Mind Of A PoWM – "I’m not sure which part of this list found at Walmart makes me more angry: The absolutely ATROCIOUS spelling or the fact that they crossed out the Captain! Not cool." poteos?

Prince Charles, Camilla's Car Attacked By Student Protesters In London – "In Britain's worst political violence in years, furious student protesters rained sticks and rocks on riot police, vandalized government buildings and attacked a car carrying Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, after lawmakers approved a controversial hike in university tuition fees."

The 25 Greatest Internet Memes of 2010 – "From Sad Keanu, to endless auto-tune remixes, to people making fun of the real-life events of human beings in peril (or going insane) or even just harmless image memes that made all of us smile, here are the 25 greatest internet memes of 2010"

What Is LOIC? – "The idea behind LOIC is that it can allow you to participate in attacks even if you've no clue how to hack. Just download a copy of LOIC (available for Windows, Mac, and Linux!), punch in the target information like a URL or an IP address and zap."

ARTE Creative – coming soon! – "ARTE creative is an international platform and network for creative people – editorially animated, respectful and noncommercial. Explore, share and remix the very best of contemporary audiovisual creation – for free and without advertising! Create multimedia portfolios and showcase your projects!" yeh, but in strassbourg?

Cantona's call for revolution prompts about a dozen – "Since everyone takes their revolutionary financial advice from retired footballers and it's oh-so-easy to do, just how many people did follow through on Cantona's plan to bring down the banks?
About a dozen." a case of, that went well.

Wikileaks Cable Shows US Involvement in Swedish Anti-Piracy Efforts – "After the raid on The Pirate Bay’s servers in 2006, it became clear that the US had threatened to put Sweden on the WTO’s black list if they refused to deal with the Pirate Bay problem."

One Chance – "In the last 6 remaining in-game days on Earth, the player must make choices about how to spend his last moments. Will he spend time with his family, work on a cure or go nuts?"

Vuvuzelas Blare on Pirated Copies of Michael Jackson – "A novel anti-piracy measure baked into the Nintendo DS version of Michael Jackson: The Experience makes copied versions of the game unplayable and taunts gamers with the blaring sound of vuvuzelas. Instead of “Beat It,” players get “Bleat It.”"

United States of Autocomplete – input the state names into google and see what autocomplete comes up with. i just did the same for some swiss kantons, not that interesting ;{ bern gave berner zeitung, zurich gave zurich airport, basel gave basel tatoo 😉

WikiLeaks site's Swiss host dismisses pressure to take it offline – "Swiss host Switch says there is 'no reason' why WikiLeaks should be forced off internet, despite French and US demands"

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