:: Friday, November 12, 2004
What do I think about the Japanese Ronald McDonald turned fashionista? I'm lovin it (sorry).
This is the best shirt...ever. Unfortunately, it's not available for guys. If you're a girl, or you know a girl you can order one from Krudmart. [Thanks Josh Rubin for the link]
Elite Designers Against Ikea. Pretty funny, even though it's likely an Ikea ad.
:: Thursday, November 11, 2004
This Sunday & Monday: The Faint w/ TV on the Radio and Beep Beep @ The Mayan. Yeah! See you there.
This Metro Times article [via Burnlab] makes me long for Berlin again, it's such an amazing, vibrant city. You can literally feel the creative energy in the air. I've never felt so full of possibility as I did when I was in Berlin.
Photo taken last year outside Berlin's pre-eminent electronic music store, Hard Wax. Even if you can see the sign (outlined in red) you have to find your way through the courtyard and up a couple flights of decrepit stairs to get to the store, but once you do you'll be in electro-techno heaven.
:: Tuesday, November 09, 2004
I don't think I'm overstating matters when I say that this may be the coolest, weirdest thing ever. It's a very rare 1990ís "Frequency" wristwatch from Seiko, with built in metronome and drum machine! The Keyborad Museum has a brief write up with more information. Best of all, it can be yours if you're high bidder (currently 155 British Pounds). Thanks to Musicthing for the link.
:: Monday, November 08, 2004
Adobe launches Proxy, a downloadable design magazine.
250 scientists from eight nations agree, global warming is heating the Arctic almost twice as fast as the rest of the planet in a thaw that threatens millions of livelihoods and could wipe out polar bears by 2100.