The album for this week at Basic Hip is where they took their name: “How To Speak Hip”.
Posters, sounds and some video are available at the Cold War Era Civil Defense Museum.
Listen to the sounds of storms, dinosaurs, space and whales. They’re set up to hawk items but are still worth a peek.
W.R.A.X. has a Tempest meets Bust-a-Move thing going on.
This is an excellent, if depressing collection of tabloid pictures from the Los Angeles Herald Express, 1936 – 1961.
This collection of photographs by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (photographer to the Tsar) is from 1907-1915, and using “digichromatography”, they have been colorized. The “making of” section has more information on the actual process.
Balance on the tightrope and jump with Equilibrium. A music off function is needed for part 2, otherwise good.
A URL that doesn’t lie: Huge Movie Quiz.
Learn how to make Godzilla and others at Origami Kaiju.
This page for the book Alice in (pop up) Wonderland has a great Flash piece. Click “Visit Alice in Wonderland!” to see.
From my host:
Our apologies for the repeated outages today. It turned out our router problems were caused by a DDOS (distributed denial of service) attack aimed at a site we hosted (note past
tense). It was a pretty massive attack, more than doubling the amount of inbound traffic we
As a result, our routers were overwhelmed. Due to the nature of the attack and the
circumstances surrounding it, we were not able to immediately trace down the cause of the
problems. We have now blocked the target’s IP address and are keeping a close eye on our
inbound traffic so that we can act quickly to prevent this from impacting customers any
Music from the television show Gunsmoke (1960-61) in .mp3 format. This is another one of those “I’m not sure who would actually want this” posts, but here you are anyways.
Sorry about the downtime. It appears that my webhost had a problem for a few hours.
I miss the days when bands put bizarre political/social collages in their records. This is similar, but I miss having a hard copy.
Photos, interviews, articles and more are waiting for you moog fans at the Moog Archives.
Bug Me Not: Bypass Compulsory Web Registration. If you don’t like it, don’t use it.
Sherlock Holmes on the Web. Lots of links to Holmes-related sites.