Tag Archive : lucretius

Spoonflower: On-demand fabric printing.

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

Lucretius linked me to this last night, and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. You send them a pattern you’ve cooked up on the computer, and they send you back fabric printed with your pattern. Fractal-patterned fabric, say. Ohgodsavemenow. This is all your fault, L. Note: Link is to a review of the service, [...]

GORBACHOV: The Music Video – Bigger and Russianer

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

Stalin zombies. Gorbachov the Barbarian. Busty Russian wenches vs. whipped-cream-ejaculating twinkies. Lucretius broke my brain with this last night. Now it’s your brainmeat’s turn.

Rockabye Baby!

Monday, June 30th, 2008

By way of Lucretius: “Our award-winning series transforms timeless rock songs into beautiful instrumental lullabyes.” They’ve got a huge list of albums. I’m looking at at least one of you out there with a weakness for xylophone.

Inaugural something-or-other.

Monday, May 12th, 2008

I seem to’ve run out of excuses to stall the (re-re-re-)launch of the site any longer, so here we are. I’ve tested in Firefox and IE7. If you’re using IE6, you’ve probably already killed the window or are writing me a scornful, “Your site’s busted,” e-mail; if it’s the latter, I shall smile sweetly and [...]

This is all kinds of awesome.

Saturday, May 10th, 2008

It’s like the SETI screensaver, only accomplishes something worthwhile: “A new game, named Foldit, turns protein folding into a competitive sport. Introductory levels teach the rules, which are the same laws of physics by which protein strands curl and twist into three-dimensional shapes — key for biological mysteries ranging from Alzheimer’s to vaccines.”

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