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June 02, 2004

Never too late to learn copyright law The Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter rang up Ray Bradbury, to find out what he thought of Michael Moore's Film, Fahrenheit 9/11. more inside
The Way The Music Died
The Medieval Bestiary: animals in the middle ages. The illustrations of beasts and the accompanying text on illustrations of bests and accompanying text on this site are compiled from from various medieval sources, and are not taken from any single manuscript. From such selections, it's possible to savour the 'beasts', even as the medieval scholar and scribes surely did. more inside
Zaxonian Virtual Reality Chamber now available for a short time only!
Prankster, prophet, farmer, father, Ken Kesey found his grail at home.
New York City water may not be Kosher. Orthodox Jews in New York City worry that the city's water supply may not be kosher, due to the copepods , small crustaceans which are forbidden in a strict Orthodox diet. Important questions are raised here for the Orthodox community to consider: more inside
The Paper Arcade
Franz Ferdinands fans are a bunch of f*cking idiots. NME Readers and Franz Ferdinand fans submit interview questions. Hilarity ensues:"Do you like tractors and other farming things?"

June 01, 2004

It sucks, you should watch it! Okay, more getting to know you, following up the previous movie CG. I am a connoisseur of bad film. I love it. My friends treat a "good" bad find as an event. We're looking for new ones. What's the best bad film you've ever seen? more inside
Sail to the Beanless Isles! But beware the Bean Pirates (arg!). And a couple more mp3 samples from comedy improv group Offramp.
iPod, annotated. For all the Monkeys who played the Blogstop games- come up with you own "i"- word. Other New Yorkers have used the Apple campaign for more pointed commentary. [via Gizmodo]
Othello. In 1833, Ira Aldridge became the first black actor to play Othello on the London stage. more inside
Japanese TV Ads from the 50s to the 80s. Pretty awesome. They are all from an interesting looking exhibit on Japanese beauty/consumerism. You've got to check out bottom middle, its awesome. [Real Video format.] Link via Click Opera (One small image on Click Opera is rather fuzzy NSFW. You can still look at the page and just scroll past it. Your boss won't see. I promise.)
UPDATE on Steve Kurtz & Critical Art Ensemble. The FBI, we now know, will seek to indict Steve Kurtz (and perhaps others) before a grand jury in Buffalo, NY on June 15 on charges related to "biological weapons."
Mouse-eating in Zambia. Includes recipes.
Talking presents! Such as, the condiment holder that screams, "Cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger, ketchup, mustard, relish, get your fixin's here!"
Instant Viking? Monarch? Satyr? All you need are a nekkid man and some props to "appeal to the muse". (Possibly NSFW: involves mantit, bum, and a leopard-skin wrap.)
Coffin Cake. Also, Games Console Wedding Cakes. I don't know which is more disturbing.
"Did I ever told you about 'The Beatles'?" Well, if you want to trigger granpa a flashback or *cough* still like those lads' tunes, check out this 3D op-art Flash (big 7.7Mb sucker) from those demented Melon guys, who started their mastery with audiovisual demos that fit on an Amiga floppy, back in the days when the Beatles still were together, or something like that... With karaoke mode! And lots of colors rapidly flashing, so beware.
A collection of ideas that adults thought were true when they were children. This is a great site! Some truly hilarious anecdotes of childhood. So, monkeys, what are yours? Do tell.
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