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Links for today

For lovers of colors…
http://www.colourlovers.com/

“So what if I told you that while speeding down the road, trying to shave minutes off my best time from Orange County to Los Angeles I looked up from the dash gauges after hearing a peculiar noise to see a white BMW, fifteen yards in front of me, also traveling at 82 MPH but sideways, perfectly perpendicular to my own car…”
http://www.airbagindustries.com/archives/007426.php

If you have a digicam and want to shoot action… 14$ will get you a steadicam …
http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/%7Ejohnny/steadycam/

Sweet clear ipod shuffle …
http://shufflehacks.blogspot.com/2005/05/hak-clear-ipod-shuffle-hack.html

Burn cd’s from Tiger Finder…
http://www.kenstone.net/fcp_homepage/cd_dvd_data_burn_tiger.html

A brief history of sampling..
http://jessekriss.com/projects/samplinghistory/

The ZEN of concentrating on what your doing…
http://www.studygs.net/concen.htm

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montreal + canada + the world

Meet the World

flag A well done visual information art piece… http://www.brazilianartists.net/home/flags/index.htm

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montreal + canada + the world

Who’s image

painting “You can safely assume you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.” – Anne Lamott

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hacks + do it yourself

Mac video

Quicktime To anyone who’s struggled with video on their mac, here is the ultimate list of problem solvers, viewers and manipulators.

http://www.pure-mac.com/video.html
http://www.videohelp.com/

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Bigfoot

bigfoot “The Bigfoot video shot by a northern Manitoba man a few weeks ago will air on the American TV show A Current Affair tomorrow night.

A spokesman for the syndicated show, which airs on selected Fox network stations, confirmed yesterday that the video shot by Norway House ferry operator Bobby Clarke on April 16 will hit the airwaves tomorrow.”

http://www.canoe.ca/NewsStand/EdmontonSun/News/2005/05/03/1023271-sun.html

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Links for May 2nd

Skate Plaza Pictures… if only Montreal could get there act together
http://www.ketteringoh.org/skateplaza_pics.shtml

Flickr Automater Actions for Mac OS X 10.4
http://fraserspeirs.livejournal.com/869471.html/

Abandoned sites (factories, govt facilities, amusement parks) around Japan
http://home.f01.itscom.net/spiral/research.html

PookMail.com is a disposable email account system
http://pookmail.com/

America…
http://www.alldumb.com/item/97/

Pamela Anderson’s Blog …
http://pamelaanderson.blogs.friendster.com/

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montreal + canada + the world

La Jolla, California



La Jolla, California, more photos here.

This photo makes me want to return to southern california … being my first “real” trip there, this sums up my 99% experience. My girlfriend would go nuts as we would be driving down PCH and at every view of the surf… i would make a sharp and immediate turn towards the water.

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Google will eat itself

google will eat itself
“We generate money by serving Google text advertisments on our website GWEI.org With this money we automatically buy Google shares via our swiss e-banking account. We buy Google via their own advertisment! Google eats itself – but in the end we’ll own it!”

http://hansbernhard.com/X/pages/installation/index.html

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hacks + do it yourself

Bamboo

Bamboo One of the best hacks i’ve ever seen… how to build a bicycle frame out of bamboo.

http://www.bme.szm.sk/bambooframe.htm

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Guess the Google !

guess the google ! A very inventive little flash game .. google should sponsor this for it’s official “google arcade™”.

http://grant.robinson.name/projects/guess-the-google

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hacks + do it yourself

Grolsch makes it easier to get me drunk.

Grolsch Grolsch has introduced the “Blikbeugel” .. a handy device that converts a can into a bottle. It also converts young plateau denizens into drunks. http://www.grolsch.nl/Desktopdefault.aspx?tabid=142&contentid=258&tabindex=1

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montreal + canada + the world

End of the oil age

and i just bought my first car …

April 21, 2005 | The one thing that international bankers don’t want to hear is that the second Great Depression may be around the corner. But last week, a group of ultraconservative Swiss financiers asked a retired English petroleum geologist living in Ireland to tell them about the beginning of the end of the oil age.

About 944 billion barrels of oil has so far been extracted, some 764 billion remains extractable in known fields, or reserves, and a further 142 billion of reserves are classed as “yet-to-find,” meaning what oil is expected to be discovered. If this is so, then the overall oil peak arrives next year,” he says.

If he is correct, then global oil production can be expected to decline steadily at about 2 to 3 percent a year, and the cost of everything from travel, heating, agriculture, trade and anything made of plastic will rise. And the scramble to control oil resources will intensify. As one U.S. analyst said this week: “Just kiss your lifestyle goodbye.

http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/04/21/oil_peak/print.html

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Links for today

A Cocoa del.icio.us Client for Mac OS X
http://www.scifihifi.com/cocoalicious/

A Brief Tutorial on Reverse Engineering OS X
http://osnews.com/story.php?news_id=10366

Google – My Search History (Beta)
http://www.google.com/searchhistory/

WE activists grow …
http://www.wemfg.com/wenews.cfm

Great video of riding/skiing from 2005
http://www.firstchairmag.com/oncamera-vid.html

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hacks + do it yourself

Ringed & Quartered

ring made out of a quarter A very cool little hack .. something my grandfather would have done. Find the instructions here.

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surf + skate + snow

Fun Board

Stewart Surfboards
One season ends and another begins …