How we get hotdogs.
Here’s last Friday night’s (2013-04-26) Memo Of the Air show on KNYO-LP, ready to listen to right away or download and keep for free.
Here’s the same show in even lower sound quality and at half the file size.
And here are some things to look at and/or think about and/or play with, that I found mostly thanks to the fine weblogs to your right:
Hlchop! (In Klingon there’s no word for kiss. The closest thing is bite.)
Carry On, My Wayward Son for four trombones.
Four Korean high school trombonists play Bach.
Christopher Bill plays Fireflies on six trombones.
Fun with a wood-turning lathe.
This will interest you if you’ve seen the movie The Illusionist.
Building a human.
Ants behave like fluids.
Cats behave like horizontal yo-yos. Or rather like a fluffy sock full of dried peas. That can get up and run around.
How we get hotdogs…
…with human meat in them, like in Tintin in America.
Ze Frank’s true facts about the sea pig.
It’s uncanny. Literally.
They like a bath.
This is from before there were LP record jackets.
Here is today.
A fun typing game.
KaleidoPope. (The game seems to be to manipulate it until you see the ring of alien sex organs.)
A pleasantly spinning mag-lev banana.
The humiliating experience that made Dennis Eichhorn the man he is today.
And the definitive film supercut of maniacal laughs.