Monday, 26. February 2007
Animusic Drum Machine
|One I missed in the Animusic Serie:|
The Animated Drum Solo!
The Illustrated Book of Poultry
55 prints of prize British roosters and hens, and other fowl from what is perhaps the most famous 19th-century illustrated book on the subject, with fine chromolithographs after illustrations by J. W. Ludlow. Each bird is sensitively portrayed in a natural farm or henhouse setting, imbued with its own personality and temperament that seems to correspond to its appearance. Some prints show a single bird, others show two, either the more showy males, or a pair of male and female.
Pacman Platform 2
|The right game for a boring Monday!|
In this platform game use the left/right arrow keys to move. To jump, press the up arrow key.
Pacman Platform 2
Rockers & Hipsters Wigs
If you are looking for party supplies - keep it simple with party wigs! Change your hairstyle without visiting the hairdressers:
Sunday, 25. February 2007
Horizon - End:DayIntro: "Imagine waking up to the last day on earth ... This is the story of just one day with five different endings each predicted by scientists."
This BBC drama documentary uses stunning special effects to dramatise what each scenario would mean for civilization. In the scenarios a mega-tsunami (tidal wave) strikes New York; a dead comet annihilates Berlin; a super volcano devastating the US; Britain falls victim to a deadly virus; and finally, in an attempt to recreate a black hole, scientists destroy the Earth.
Total runtime 56 minutes.
How do you want your day to end?
For me - the only thing that helps is extraordinary special menu and a glass of champagne, cheers!
In spite of it all - have a wonderful Sunday everybody!
Related Entry: Last Days on Earth
Saturday, 24. February 2007
The Owl Pages
|Owls have fascinated man from time immemorial - to some cultures they are symbols of wisdom, while to others they are harbingers of doom and death. Here, The Owl Pages sheds some light on these mysterious creatures...|
The Owl Pages - All About Owls
View snowboarding tricks, classics, how to ... and more.
I like this one:
Piracy Kills Music
The Norwegian record industry has launched a campaign called
Nokia - The Passenger
|Using real driving footage filmed on location in the streets of Paris over the course of three nights, The Passenger puts players behind the wheel of an experience that's part interactive movie (a mystery thriller with a stylish "modern noir" feel) and part driving video game (think Grand Theft Auto meets Crazy Taxi) as you drive a mysterious femme fatale around town to conduct a series of shady dealings.|
Along the way, you discover the functions of Nokia's CK-20W multimedia car kit.
Nice interactive experience advert - nice website!
Friday, 23. February 2007
VR Panorama Schoenbrunn Palace Vienna: The Mirror Room
Here are many MANY more gorgeous interactive Panoramas from Austria.
Bam Bams Tribute To The Sioux Nation
|I have always had some kind of connection with the Native American Sioux People.|
As a kid growing up i would study on their life and loved every movie about them. In my heart i wished they would have prevailed along with all the other tribes people.
This is my personal video tribute to them.
John Bam Bam Morgan
Railway To Heaven
Not quite a room escape game, but still escape game. Your objective is to escape the cage before the train arrives.
More Than Light: Colored FlameThe flame of a candle or oil lamp is always yellow (have you ever seen otherwise?).
|We introduce a new kind of oil candle or colored flame candle. This innovative oil produces a colored flame that burns in colors such as: Romantic blue, Passion red, Fired yellow, Youthful green and Mysterious purple.|
More Than Light: Colored Flame
Perfect for my next event ...
The Oscars 2007
Yes it’s that time again, one of my favorite nights of the year!
Thursday, 22. February 2007
BBC: The Conspiracy FilesOn February 18, 2007, the BBC broadcasted an hour-long episode "The Conspiracy Files".
|The claim of this documentary is: "An investigation into the growing number of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks. The Conspiracy Files tries to separate fact from fiction."|
Have they done a good job of it?
Or is it another sophisticated hit and run journalism?
Why are conspiracy theories so popular? We may not always believe what we're told, but we still can't resist listening to them. Guy Smith, producer of 9/11: The Conspiracy Files, suggests the answer may lie deep within us all.
I admit it. If I'm being really honest, I can't deny that I'm a bit of a conspiracy theorist. Perhaps we all are.
Read more at BBC: We're all conspiracy theorists at heart
See also The Conspiracy Files website by BBC.