Hot Chicks of Occupy Wall Street by Steven Greenstreet // A lot of fantastic media has been created about the “Occupy” movement. I was watching one video in particular and commented to a friend, “Wow, seeing all those super smart hot chicks at the protest makes me want to be there.” He replied, “Hmmm… Yeah, let’s go with that.” We instantly went to...
Google Music →
I don’t want to keep posting about Google really I don’t. I don’t think that they’re quite the “not evil” entity that they set out to be but this evening I’m genuinely impressed at how Google Music…
Oramics to Electronica by Nick Street // Commissioned by The Science Museum, London Directed, Produced, Filmed and Edited by Nick Street and Jen Fearnley A documentary following the co-curation of the ‘Oramics to Electronica’ exhibition at The Science Museum in London. The exhibition centres around Daphne Oram’s legendary Oramics machine, and features exhibits co-curated by BBC...
[deadmix002] For Dead-Channel Records Jade-one...
Tolpuddle Martyrs Tree →
They were originally “sentenced to seven years and transported to Botany Bay”. Echoes of recent attacks on peaceful protesters maybe? The right to organise and peacefully protest should be a given, in any democracy.
Dogs in cafes
Too easy to forget how truly blessed I am. Great family, healthy and fed with a roof over our heads, and there I was sat in my favourite cafe thinking that there were too many damn dogs coming in these days! Pah! Always something to complain about, however good it gets ;-) Similar to that other small town favourite - parking trauma haha!
The (in)significance of numbers.
I used to think numbers could be significant, dates, ages or just numbers that would crop up, 3, 7, 666, 13, 2000 the millennium, it goes on, although it was mostly fun and I rarely took it too seriously. The calendar is a good example as it couldn’t be more arbitrary, even if it is mostly fixed around planetary orbit and rotation. The beginning is totally open to question and then...
Bird - The Power Of Love →