Links from November 2006
- Links for Friday 3 November 2006
- Last.fm Site Updates - Last.fm
- A prayer is answered and a miracle happens: A decent way of finding out about gigs you might be interested in has appeared, and Last.fm gets even better. You need to log in to see it though.
- YouTube - Torn
- Caught this performance while flipping channels the other night and liked it a lot. The Internet's great when you can just point at bits of TV like this.
- Links for Saturday 4 November 2006
- Indie-Film Star 'Suicide' Stunner By Philip Messing, Mark Bulliet and Dan Mangan - New York Post Online Edition: Seven
- Hell. Adrienne Shelly, who starred in Hal Hartley's 'The Unbelievable Truth' and 'Trust' (two of my favourite films) has "apparently" committed suicide. I was always surprised she wasn't in more films.
- Links for Sunday 5 November 2006
- Aurelian Koch
- This chap teaches one of our classes at LISPA and he showed us some of these photos. Fab costumes and seats made using some interesting materials.
- Theatre of All Possibilities - Gallery
- Interesting-looking London/Santa Fe theatre company, and these videos hint at doing interesting things with computer generated stuff.
- Links for Friday 17 November 2006
- Twitter / philgyford
- I'm enjoying Twitter much, much more than I thought I would. Strangely addictive, and I love hearing what my friends are up to during the day. All a bit oddly broadcast rather than conversational, but still nice.
- LRB | Jonathan Lear : Can the virtuous person exist in the modern world?
- More ethics, morality, philosophy stuff for me to delve into one mythical day when I have loads more time to read books. (Subscribers only)
- Codejedi.com - Home of Shadow Plan for Palm OS
- Notebook, outliner, etc to maybe try one day, although the website design makes me distrust the software before I've even looked at it.
- Mori | Hog Bay Software
- Mac notebook app to try one day. Maybe I can sync it with my Treo somehow?
- Piano Forums at Piano World: Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
- The web is oddly thin on the ground when it comes to reviews of digital pianos. Some discussion here though.