Spud and Cochise.
“Come on out, Snakeweed. Come on out and get it.”
Here is the recording of last night’s (2014-05-02) 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 enjoy that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites in the column to your right:
800-year-old Icelandic chant in a reverberant train station.
The festival of Saint Calcium Carbide.
What does a clock do when it’s hungry?
Happy birthday, Hubble.
Infomercial fail compilation. Apparently no matter what you want or attempt, unless you buy [Product Name] you can end up with a big mess. Or painful breasts from sleeping on your side.
On the other hand, here’s a beautiful advertisement, where you instantly start crying. I wish I could find the Campbell’s Soup ad from the early 1970s that I compare all these things to.
The Disney Arcana.
“You’re not the victim. You’re the one who’s doing it.”
124-year-old clockwork bird chirping machine.
Bird and a puppy playing together.
Video from a video game scene generation algorithm competition. The winner. All this comes from 64 kilobytes of program.
World War One in photographs.
World War One-era curlers and massagers and blow dryers.
Full-screen this extremely cool time-lapse drive across Nevada on I-50.
Paris, parts 1, 2 and 3.
Dammit, Warren, pull yourself together.
Mutually assured destruction apparently still relies on 8-inch floppy disks and computers with blinking lights for a monitor. Also gung-ho attractive young twenty-somethings with a happy attitude about it all. And car keys. Like, I’m so sure. (Or) Our Potemkin missile silos.
How many things are there?
Please Use This Song.
A public service message.
“If you pay with large notes, the taxi driver hand you back a change of fakes.”