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May 17
On the heels of the highly publicized Missouri raid that ended in the death of a corgi (previously), a seven year-old girl has been killed in a no-knock raid in Detroit. According to one of Radley Balko's commenters, the family may have been targeted because they shared a two-family duplex with the target of the raid.
posted by lalex at 1:29 AM - 13 comments
May 16
it was street art until the preservation team showed up... banksy drops a piece in a derelict factory site in detroit.
a local grass-roots gallery removes it to their hq for safe keeping.
people go nuts.
posted by artof.mulata at 8:41 PM - 36 comments
There are a lot of ukulele players covering well known songs on the internet but my favorite is Ken Middleton, a man in his late fifties from Northern England. Here are some of his videos: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Just Like Heaven, Wild Horses and After the Goldrush. But he specializes in Leonard Cohen covers, even teaching a lesson on how to play Cohen songs on the ukulele. Here are three of my favorites: Take This Waltz, So Long, Marianne and Sisters of Mercy. He also asks and answers the question, what would Mmmbop sound like if it had been written by Leonard Cohen for the ukulele.
posted by Kattullus at 8:03 PM - 16 comments
Spike of Templar, AZ (Previously, Previously) tends to go on rants on twitter, now you can follow them.
posted by The Whelk at 7:18 PM - 13 comments
Why I Steal Movies... Even Ones I'm In. Written by Peter Serafinowicz, the mind behind Look Around You and Hot Chip's recent music video I Feel Better (previously).
posted by Rory Marinich at 6:58 PM - 41 comments
Werner Herzog Reads Where's Waldo
posted by Deathalicious at 5:52 PM - 31 comments
The 12th-century English chronicler Ralph of Coggeshall relates a strange story: two lost and distressed children appeared in a local village, speaking a language no-one could understand, and, most strikingly, with strangely green-coloured skin. [more inside]
posted by Catseye at 5:18 PM - 32 comments
Clio Visualizing History seeks to illustrate the unique role of visual images in American history. That history is rich with images taken by women, and of women. Frances Benjamin Johnston photographed a diverse sample of Americana from politicians to mine workers, socialites to factory women, and public institutions. She was a peer of many, including Gertrude K #0228;sebier and the Allen sisters. [more inside]
posted by netbros at 1:28 PM - 3 comments
The rainbow has gone dark. Wendy Dio, wife and manager of metal legend vocalist Ronnie James Dio, reported that this morning he lost his battle with stomach cancer at the age of 67. [more inside]
posted by The Straightener at 1:12 PM - 117 comments
The Google Job Experiment... or... how to get hired at Young amp; Rubicam using $6 of Google Ads. From the author of quot;50 Days Worse Than Yours quot; and quot;50 Relatives Worse Than Yours quot;. Why it worked: [more inside]
posted by oneswellfoop at 11:59 AM - 33 comments
The laser turns 50!,
gallery,
how Lasers work,
more on how lasers work (in more detail than you can possibly want),
50 laser facts.
posted by Artw at 11:07 AM - 32 comments
Plus magazine has compiled all their articles on mathematics and the arts into one handy-dandy page full of highly enjoyable articles ranging from limericks and screeching violins to the restoration of frescoes.
posted by Wolfdog at 10:58 AM - 3 comments
The Physics of Futurama David X Cohen, producer of Futurama, explains how there's actual, legitimate physics in the show, why not.
posted by shmegegge at 10:49 AM - 43 comments
The Vader Project. [more inside]
posted by furtive at 9:13 AM - 18 comments
Moving beyond GDP for an information-based society - If indeed[1,2] quot;A 'Quantum Leap' in Governance quot; is needed[3] then, as part of the solution,[4] we might start looking past GDP[5,6] and perhaps more toward quot;betterness instead of business, pursue awesomeness instead of innovation — and maximize good, instead of quarterly profits... quot; [more inside]
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On September 24 1983, a brilliant young Argentinian footballer playing for FC Barcelona was brutally fouled in a Spanish league game against Athletic Bilbao. The resulting injury incapacitated Diego Armando Maradona for four months and ultimately resulted in him leaving Barcelona for Naples and a serious cocaine addiction. More than the fouling player (who already had the nickname quot;Butcher of Bilbao quot;), many blamed Bilbao's coach and his somewhat lacking concept of quot;fair play quot;. [more inside]
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Sure, you've heard of Burning Man, that art festival/intentional community/temporary autonomous zone thing in the desert, but did you know that it has spawned a host of events called regional burns? As the name implies, these are smaller and mainly draw a local crowd; they operate under a charter from the Burning Man organization and all abide by its Ten Principles. Most are in North America, but they have crossed the pond with Nowhere in Spain. [more inside]
posted by adamrice at 6:44 AM - 41 comments
Just a bit late for Canadian Mental Health Week, legendary children's author Robert Munsch has admitted to cocaine and alcohol abuse to cope with bipolar disorder. [more inside]
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May 15
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon celebrated the rerelease of The Rolling Stones' quot;Exile On Main Street quot; album last week with a slew of guest performances. Green Day plays Rip This Joint. Taj Mahal plays Shine A Light (hulu link, probably US only). Keith Urban plays Tumbling Dice. Sheryl Crow plays All Down The Line (photobucket link). Phish plays Loving Cup. [more inside]
posted by hippybear at 9:45 PM - 66 comments
Steve Durnin's D-Drive is a fascinating new infinitely-variable transmission that doesn't use friction components or a clutch of any kind. Video of a prototype with detailed explanations is included.
posted by odinsdream at 8:31 PM - 40 comments
Go watch some baby sloth's inaction. [more inside]
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The results are in, and mathematician Kokichi Sugihara won the 2010 Best Illusion of the Year award with a video of balls rolling uphill. The competition, hosted by the Neural Correlate Society, is the quot;Oscars of perception, quot; says society president Susana Martinez-Conde. The trophies are themselves visual illusions — wooden sculptures that look vastly different depending on the observer's point of view.
The ten finalists are all interesting. Previously.
posted by jjray at 8:14 PM - 13 comments
My name is Maddie Chambers and this all began when I was a young child and read the Hobbit for the first time. And so, a year later I have a nearly finished replica of Bag End. I still have quite a bit of work to do on it, but I think it can be classed as an ongoing project that I can improve over the years (yes I am a perfectionist when it comes to things that I make!)
posted by Fizz at 7:29 PM - 47 comments
Not as good as being there, but pretty damn great. Sistine Chapel. (Uses Flash.)
posted by grumblebee at 6:38 PM - 28 comments
President Obama makes reporter sit on toy hovercraft.
posted by WPW at 5:38 PM - 76 comments
Draw With Me (SLYT) is an original animated short by Mike Inel with an unexpectedly creepy ending. [more inside]
posted by runaway ballista at 5:09 PM - 14 comments
Kuky just wants to go home. Directed by Academy Award winning Czech director Jan Sverak, this yet to be released film is loosely based on stories of the flooding of Bohemia in 2002. With design elements reminiscent of the beautiful flash games created by Amanita Design, it is visually stunning. No word on any North American distribution (boo), but opening on May 20 in the Czech Republic (yaay!).
posted by Ohdemah at 3:14 PM - 10 comments
Maybe Microsoft is trading in London at a penny less than it's trading at the same moment in New York. A high-frequency trader will buy shares in London and wait for them to rise. Since the discrepancy lasts a mere fraction of a second, speed is key. [Tradework CEO] M. Narang boasts it takes only 15 millionth of a second for his computers to place a buy or sell order after detecting an opportunity. Or, as he puts it, quot;If you try to pick up the penny, we'll probably beat you to it. quot; [more inside]
posted by HP LaserJet P10006 at 3:11 PM - 59 comments
A candid late-night email exchange between an online journalist and Steve Jobs (who may or may not have realized he was in fact talking to a journalist). (SLGawker, though the perplexed are welcome to Google the obscure Mr. Jobs for more information.) Learn whether Jobs thinks a 20-year-old Bob Dylan would've thought Apple was groovy, how Apple is protecting you from porn, and more!
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The Intor.net - A userless, interfaceless website and mindmap generator that creates interesting things from URLs. [via mefi projects]
posted by carsonb at 10:36 AM - 19 comments
Probing the link between slaughterhouses and violent crime. A study shows that as the number of slaughterhouse workers in a community increases, the crime rate also increases.
posted by binturong at 10:13 AM - 70 comments
Why, in this day and age when you can get them for $4 at the ol' Wal-Mart, would anyone knit socks? Simply put: Because we can. [more inside]
posted by Hwin at 10:01 AM - 42 comments
Two articles about successful clothes retailers - Uniqlo and Abercrombie amp; Fitch - that are both full of interesting tidbits ( quot;Uniqlo is a company that prescribes, records, and analyzes every activity undertaken by every employee, from folding technique to the way advisers return charge cards to customers. Japanese style, with two hands and full eye contact quot;).
In addition, the two articles have a lot to say about branding and what companies place importance on - with A amp;F coming across as a typical fashion retailer, aggressively selling and marketing a very specific look, and Uniqlo seeming to be doing something quite different and contrary to received wisdom. [more inside]
posted by Sifter at 9:52 AM - 41 comments
The 10 Most Harmful Novels for Aspiring Writers
posted by Artw at 8:00 AM - 125 comments
A botnet with 6 to 12 million computers, employing the world's most sophisticated encryption and peer to peer communication lies waiting, but for what? When the Conficker computer “worm” was unleashed on the world in November 2008, cyber-security experts didn’t know what to make of it. It infiltrated millions of computers around the globe. It constantly checks in with its unknown creators. It uses an encryption code so sophisticated that only a very few people could have deployed it. For the first time ever, the cyber-security elites of the world have joined forces in a high-tech game of cops and robbers, trying to find Conficker’s creators and defeat them. The cops are failing. And now the worm lies there, waiting … [via Postroad's rich linkdump: Goodsh*t (nsfw)] [more inside]
posted by caddis at 7:10 AM - 67 comments
French artist Anthony Geoffrey makes fantastic celebrity caricatures. The site uses flash and is in French but it loads fast and the navigation is simple. The caricatures are in the Portfolio. I particularly enjoyed his Ash from Evil Dead and his House MD. These are not the same as the ones you find in the mall by some poor guy trying to scratch out a living. [more inside]
posted by bwg at 3:51 AM - 11 comments
Everything you ever wanted to know about history's most abusive programming language. INTERCAL: Its history, reference manual and a style guide.
posted by serazin at 12:43 AM - 43 comments
Adapted from Jeremy Rifkin's talk at the RSA, the latest RSA Animate illustrates the evolution of empathy and the profound ways that it has shaped our development and our society. (Also)
posted by infini at 12:25 AM - 12 comments
Bay Area Slang Top 100 (The Grinch song). From Rafael Casal mdash; 100 Bay Area slang terms in under 3 minutes. [more inside]
posted by Lexica at 12:12 AM - 21 comments
May 14
What I find chiefly offensive about them is not that they are skeptics or atheists; rather, it is that they are not skeptics at all and have purchased their atheism cheaply, with the sort of boorish arrogance that might make a man believe himself a great strategist because his tanks overwhelmed a town of unarmed peasants, or a great lover because he can afford the price of admission to a brothel.
Christian writer Dan Hart wonders if New Atheism might just be a passing fad. [more inside]
posted by circular at 10:59 PM - 416 comments
Dan Meyer is a high school math teacher with a clever idea: make math about the real world. On his blog, he writes about classroom management, the real skills of teaching, labels, information design, and assessment.
posted by l33tpolicywonk at 9:13 PM - 30 comments
Don't let the internet scare you off with archaic disco lessons, goofy cheerleaders in space, or mustaches from your darkest nightmares. Step away from the worst video ever and rejoice in the spectacular talent that is Andrew Lee. [more inside]
posted by routergirl at 8:19 PM - 13 comments
My name is Bisi Adeleke, I am from the Yoruba people of Nigeria, where this talking drum is originated.
posted by flapjax at midnite at 7:58 PM - 13 comments
Public Image Live in Concert - Streaming Audio from NPR Worth a listen! This was one of the best concerts I have ever attended - and I have been to a lot of shows in my life. quot;Public Image Ltd. was frequently overlooked when it originally formed and released a string of records in the 1980s and early '90s, or maybe it was looked at for the wrong reasons. The band is the creative vision of John Lydon, not the angry punk he called quot;Johnny Rotten quot; in The Sex Pistols. When The Sex Pistols broke up, it was expected that any new band Lydon fronted would be a punk group. In fact, the first single from Public Image Ltd. pretty much was. It was called quot;Public Image, quot; and was straight out of The Sex Pistols' bag of tricks. Lydon, in fact, wrote the song back in the day, but everything that came after that cut was so different: The music was slower, more open and groove-based. The poetry and the subject matter was all different, while the singing — though distinctly Lydon — was more spacious. It was still in your face, but it wasn't ugly. quot;
posted by lucysun at 7:06 PM - 50 comments
Google accidentally collects private data over WiFi networks. Affects US, Brazil, Hong Kong, Germany, France. Google apologizes amp; explains amp; promises to knock it off. Plus the data was kind of all just hanging out there, unencrypted. So all is well, right? [more inside]
posted by chavenet at 2:52 PM - 70 comments
Raising a geek child in a geek household? The Geek Alphabet is the ideal primer for teaching your budding geek their ABCs.
posted by hippybear at 2:50 PM - 16 comments
The Secret Mission of the Terminator [slyt]
posted by ardgedee at 1:47 PM - 27 comments
The Aura Camera was developed in the 1970s by Polaroid as a way to see auras around people as a psychic might. Though very rare, Carlo Van De Roer managed to get his hands on an AuraCam 6000 to capture a stunningly unique series of portraits [some mildly NSFW].
posted by tuck_nroll at 12:53 PM - 49 comments
Amazing photos of unusual cloud formations, as seen from space—along with some of the science behind them. Click on the images for full-size, wallpaperable versions.
posted by ixohoxi at 12:44 PM - 24 comments
Last August (2009), the quot;ephemeral artists quot; of Nothing Happened Here staged a mobile public reading event, meandering around the town of San Luis Obispo, CA with The Reading Chair, and a group of folks reading a variety of stories, poems and tales. The group has planned Typing in Public to take place tomorrow (May 15, 2010), in the same little town. The event is primarily focused on people writing on typewriters around town, but people can also share comments via Twitter, Flickr, or texting the event coordinators. To spark some inspiration, the group has received submissions from a variety of people, including Gerald Casale for Devo, Paul Frommer writing in Na'vi (with translation to English), Dr. James J. Duderstadt, President Emeritus, University Professor of Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan, writing on the library as the poster child of the it revolution, and plenty more. [more inside]
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