Fraggle Ragnarok (or) Are We Not Men?
“Because someone inconsiderate created an unsanitary condition, the windmill green is closed until further notice.” –Mr. Puttz’ Mini Golf
Here is the recording of last night’s (2014-02-21) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click.
And here are some links to other things to listen to and/or look at and/or think about, that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:
The Poodle Trainer.
Ugh, a snake on a bicycle.
The TPP Comix.
The chemical and physical properties of vampires in the gaseous state. Includes discussion of solid-state vampires.
Children’s book art drawn from R-rated or otherwise disturbing movies. “Kane, what is wrong? What is wrong?” asked Ripley. “AAAAHHHHHhhhhhh!” answered Kane.
A story about performance anxiety.
“You are stepping on him with your knife foot.”
A paean to tetraethyl lead.
The perfect thing to say when you hit your thumb with a hammer. Say it with me now: “Doris DAY on a STEAMROLLER!”
How to seduce a girl. Advice from Love Cheetah.
Is it just noise, or what /is/ it? I don’t care. Turn it on and turn it up. Michael Rolfe Gira and the Swans, in a hall packed full of people. The link that sent me there read, “Michael Rolfe Gira is 60 today. Don’t tell me /you’re/ too tired to do something.”
A new fader-based MIDI instrument contoller.
Justin Godfrey on hang drum.
Norway. This is an experiment (the boy is an actor, and hasn’t really had his coat stolen on a school trip), and also it’s an ad for donating to help children in Syria.
Scenes like this always remind me of Michael Moorcock books, like /The Final Programme/, and the series that includes /The Land Leviathans/. There’s always a (Barnaby or Jerry) Cornelius character, and a Mrs. Persson, and a confusing revolution, and a city or two in flames.
Spherical Harmonics. Interesting computer-generated art.
The secret of editing: location, location, location.
The bird. The word. The interview with Dick Clark.
The dark power of fraternities.
And a new kind of clock.