The bazaar twilight of an Australian dust storm
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPbdQ80VkyQ&fmt=18[/youtube]Watch in High quality: Start the video > roll over the up arrow > click HQ
MusicBox creates a map of musical attributes. A user is able to view their array of music through different qualities such as tempo, timbre and loudness. Unfortunately, this software will not be available any time soon.
The programmer, Anita Lillie, is an MIT graduate who recently started a new job at Nokia. Nokia’s current media offerings include Simulcast – some sort of simulated fishing apparatus, I’m assuming – and Nokia Music, which doesn’t support Firefox.
Lillie will not be releasing the software or code because MIT holds the intellectual property rights.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVY97zYV0tQ&feature=related[/youtube]Mark Adams chews each bite a 100 times, but why isn’t he on twitter?
Worried about the impending collapse of the internet? Me too. That’s why I’ve begun stockpiling hours of youTube for purposes of repopulating youTube after the Internet is restored. Here’s how.
It will save your favorite youTube videos to your hard drive. Together, we can rebuild the Internet in the event that we accidentally the whole Internet.
LET’S GET FREAKY NOW TWO MINUTES IN
YELLIN’ AT TEH GIRLZ
Yeah, it’s an ad campaign to get tourists into Nova Scotia and not a real phone. Also, it cost about 300K of tax-payer money to make. Nice. (more…)