(that’s Squirrel Nut Zippers)
…and they’re touring again!
There’s an update to the Humbead’s Map project, comparing the 1969 and 1970 Populations. Much more could be done to provide context for this seething anthill, but other things await my attention…
Connoisseurs of maps and fans of agricultural landscape systems will love this presentation of the 1635 Laxton Open Field Survey Map at the consistently wonderful BibliOdyssey. There’s more and more of this sort of geographical mashuppery, a Good Thing.
Developer’s Guide – and it really works! via http://infosthetics.com/archives/2007/12/google_chart_api.html
It being winter, one has time for Kurt Gottschalk’s A Field Guide to Staying Inside: Bagpipes, from WFMU’s Beware of the Blog. Not everything here will be to your taste, but examples like Birchville Cat Motel’s “Piss Perfume Overkill” will give the cobwebs in your speakers a good airing. And the Alfred Hitchcock quote at the beginning is worth the price of admission.
from TED Talks… recursion amok
nice to stumble upon this again:
information aesthetics points to this 4-minute opening sequence from The Kingdom, an interesting primer: