The Chinese are downloading my John Lennon vs. mcenroe mash-up like mad. The mix I made back in November has received 1000+ hits in the past 10 days; these hits come almost exclusively from Baidu, a Chinese search engine.
Links, mainly culled from the blogs on the left: (Light, as always, on the vias; my surfing style doesn't lend itself well to referential blogging. Does this make me a biter?)
Typographic animations. Stunning.
Zoomable images of earth from space.
Vintage Girl Watchers
Lichtenstein in Lego
Indian Food - I spent most of last Saturday preparing recipes from this site.
Who wouldn't want a $100 robot that knew Karate?
Tech-house mixes. Fuel for your weekend.
Theory and Techniques of Electronic Music - An ongoing book project.
Sound analysis / modification source code.
vvvv - a toolkit for real-time video synthesis and control.
Brainworld - A brain science blog.
When Writers Drink - (via wood s lot. I remembered one!)
Meso - A design bureau working on the border line between technology and design.
Learning to write with Uncle Jim (via Squub)
Processing and/or Flash Experts:
Speaking of processing, I've added audio/video capabilities to my sketches with Sonia and WinVDIG. Yesterday I wrote an applet which uses my webcam to track my hat; musical samples are triggered based on the position of my head. dope. (Related: Very Nervous System.)
A visit to *.* turned up the following gems:
15 Rules for Rebuilding the World
Ten Mistakes Writers Don't See (But Can Easily Fix When They Do)
Game Maker - game design for non-programmers