May 08, 2007

Chess Chicks

January 20, 2006

Tales of Old China - complete books, cartoons, photographs, maps, postcards, literary references and quotes and a whole lot more.

September 12, 2005

Everybody Must Get Stoned. A gallery of stone buildings and the type of stone from which they were constructed.

September 06, 2005

Barbecuing For Cancer

September 01, 2005

Cycling -
The Smithsonian's History of the Bicycle. The Exploratorium's Science of Cycling.

August 28, 2005

Cartoonists/Cartoons [via]

August 24, 2005

Tate Gallery : Personal Carousel Display This java powered feature cycles slowly through about 2000 art works in 9 thumb views. As you pick your favourites, new displays appear on a similar theme to your choice (eg. pop-art --> pop-art etc). [I suggest you read the 'more inside' first before playing]

August 20, 2005

Do These 10 Hollywood Movies Get It Right in Their Portrayal of Women ??
(Pandagon & Majikthise)

August 18, 2005

Religion Facts - This seems to me to be a pretty good resource for what it is. It alleges it is neutral. There's some pretty good articles to my way of thinking, although it will not satisfy everyone's factual wishes with regards religion. That's a given.

August 15, 2005

Melvin Vaniman (1866-1912) was an American mechanic, dirigible and plane designer, opera singer and near polar explorer but most famously he pioneered the art of panoramic photography. His fame was established for the most part during his sojourns in Australia and New Zealand. [Some Hawaiian panoramics at Library of Congress (search on Vaniman)]

August 13, 2005

Daredevils of Niagara Falls
A chronology of supreme human achievement stupidity. Kayaks, tightrope walking, washing machines, barrels and anvils. The mind boggles. Some disorientating photos.

August 12, 2005

Scorsese does Pennebaker does Dylan does Dylan
A feature length Dylan-narrated documentary 'No Direction Home' is set for television/dvd release soon. There's also a parallel release of a double-cd soundtrack -- The Bootleg Series Vol.7 -- and a scrapbook.

August 09, 2005

The Speech Nixon Didn't Give 31 years ago
"..I firmly believe that I have not committed any act of commission or omission that justifies removing a duly elected President from office. If I did believe that I had committed such an act, I would have resigned long ago.." [The actual speech. The Resignation Letter.]
[previous mofi]

August 06, 2005

WWI Image Archive 'EarlyAviator': Large collection concentrating on air-ware. Includes airships, guns, planes, posters/paintings/badges & death photos. The site could use a makeover with thumbs but compensates with content over appearance. [The death section is pretty benign - nothing gruesome to my mind - mostly crash scenes/graves.]

August 03, 2005

'Vintage' Mechanical Art - I so wish the pictures were a bit bigger but nonetheless there are some very fine and twisted manifestations of a singular mind here.

July 31, 2005

Natural History Illustrations :::Bibliomaniac is as best I can tell, a Japanese site devoted to displaying 19th century natural history book illustrations. The site includes modest collections of insects, animals, flowers, birds and sea creatures among others. They range from the beautiful to the freaky. There are a couple of pages of not quite so natural histories as well.

July 29, 2005

Turnabout is the GreasemonkIE for Internet Explorer I use firefox so I don't care but if you want to remix websites and you cling to Microsoft browsing then there's a way to catch up with the cool kids.

July 28, 2005

Live Journal: The Latest 50 images uploaded & refreshed every minute. Somehow hypnotic, voyeuristic, addictive. Let's just assume that some/all/occasionally these images will be NSFW. Is 1 minute enough?

July 24, 2005

Retiring Chimps (NYT-reg.)

July 20, 2005

Coloribus Stock of Durex Condom Adverts
I suppose these are somewhat NSFW. Nothing overt though. More the thinking person's free association filth, if anything.
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