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A proper gander.


Here’s last Friday night’s (2013-04-05) Memo Of the Air show on KNYO-LP in Fort Bragg (CA), ready to listen to right away or download and keep for free.

And here’s the same show in even lower sound quality and an even more amazingly minuscule file size.

Also here are all sorts of not-necessarily-radio-related electronical tchotchkes to occupy and perhaps boggle your giant brain:

Do you hear the same tune in your imagination as I do when you tap your foot and say, “Two frog fails and a ladybug fail.” No question mark, because I know you do.

The multiverse, okay, but /which/ multiverse?

Sharpest zoomable Mars-O-Rama ever.

Somewhat fuzzier images of Bettie Page.

This guy dubs music videos with what it looks like they’re playing and singing. My favorite is the Queen one, but they’re all great.

This clever girl lip-synchs to Joss Whedon’s Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog while wearing Necomimi brainwave-controlled furry ears.

Okay, no, Stones one is my favorite.

Hardly creepy at all. Almost up the other side of the Uncanny Valley.

Calvin and Hobbes grittified.

Dutch mall art.

De Mona Lisa geretoucheerd volgens het schoonheidsideaal van nu.

“But her speeches provide us with a breath of air.”

A Mach-4 breath of glass. I suppose you can skip ahead to 3:45 for the science.

How they cheat. I like the glass-breaking tweedle-poink sound when you make choices.

An argument in favor of film photography.

–Speaking of which:

And, last but not least, use your mouse to virtually drive around in evacuated contaminated Japanese city.


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