Ska wunt, Baby. Spa fon, Daddio.
There was an old maid from Duquesne
Who the rigor of mortis did fuesne;
She came to with a shout,
Saying: “Please let me out;
This coffin will drive me insuesne.”
— Stanton Vaughn, 1904
Download it and skip around in it. Find something you like and learn something and enjoy yourself. And write; I’m happy to read on the air everything you have to say, swears and all.
And here are links to plenty more not necessarily radio-useful but interesting items that I happened upon while putting the latest show together, that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right.
(I was experimenting again with letting the images and videos appear here rather than just being led to by text links. It made the page take much longer to load. I just solved that by going back to the old way, but the video link captions have been discarded, so it’s kind of like an Advent calendar now, or a box of chocolates, or some other even better metaphor for not knowing what you’re going to get but being pretty sure you’re going to like it.)
“We must imagine Sisyphus happy.”
Serene robot art.
Robot sings and gives appropriate feeling to the words.
Taxidermy with human faces. (Click forward or backward through these.)
Composition: computers and skirts.
What to do, and not to do, if your phone falls in the toilet.
See? When something bad happens it ain’t the end of the world. Get back up, melt some plastic bottles and make new fingertips for yourself.
Useful. 12 and 19 not so much, but the rest.
Better reality TV shows.
A brief look at toilets around the world.
The Guardian killed-by-cops project. Because the government refused to do this.