[weekly linkdump, somewhat edited]
What Kids Think About the 2012 Presidential Election – ok, ok, this is so goddamn cute, I couldn’t not link to it here … sowwy.
partir – “La vie de deux personnages, qui se suivent au delà des murs.”
Our Story In 2 Minutes – “I just did this video for fun and i spent many a hour on it so please dont sue me.” some kids highschool project
An incredible video of Throbbing Gristle: Recording their album ‘Heathen Earth’ – “The soundtrack of this tape was taken independant of the 8-track audio master recording and it remains ‘live’ and unremixed and consequently differs from the album in some places.”
Olek In London – “Again, Life and Art are inseparable Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
OBAMA VS ROMNEY VIDEO GAME! – “Sometimes the stringent scorekeeping rules of American presidential campaigns result in eerily similar speeches from both sides of the political arena.”
Rise of the Megacities – fantastic guardian interactive data feature.
Comfort Food Is Real: Scientists Discover ‘Good Mood Foods’ – “The large body of evidence that chemicals in chocolate, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, teas and certain foods could well be mood-enhancers encourages the search for other mood modulators in food”
PASSANT(E)S SAINT DENIS – Les Portes – “Portraits de passants anonymes devant portes à la craie Saint Denis”
1962: a year packed with drama – “drama? the year I was born in sounds pretty boring to me. except R.I.P. Marylin”
The Golden Dawn – Read a chapter from Disordia by Laurie Penny and Molly Crabapple
Greek Pastafarian arrested for Cyber Crimes – “On September 24, Greece’s Cyber Crimes division arrested a 27 year old man on charges of blasphemy, for his website that mocks a well-known Greek monk Elder Paisios, using the name Elder Pastitsios (the even better-known Greek pasta dish)”
Mit Rüebli und Tomaten die Stadt verändern | Journal B – “Aber nein! Immer mehr Städter legen mitten in der Stadt Gärten an und essen selbstgezogene Gurken und Tomaten. «Urban Farming» oder «Urban Gardening» heisst das Phänomen.”