|...in the bottom drawer|
|I knew I'd lose it so I put it in a safe place, and now I can't remember where it is.|
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July 01, 2005 || 4:32 am
Links for today
I know nameless people who don't like linklogs, but who did like Charles Clarke singing about ID cards. However, I've been saving up bits of web ephemera of varying degrees of seriousness, and tomorrow is Friday, so here are some things to happily waste your time with:
David Lynch reads the weather. Yes, that David Lynch. And he does it daily. Amazing.
A dictionary of imaginary places.
Video clip of Allen Ginsberg reading his seminal antiwar poem Hum Bom.
London's tube disruptions as a rather wonderful animation
How to make an Enigma machine out of paper. I really want to do this but I don't have a printer...
and, silliest of all, but really a work of genius, this complaint letter about sitting next to the toilet on an airplane. If you want more serious reading matter, visit my del.icio.us page.
|I'm an urban designer and regeneration consultant with my own practice. At other times I like playing the fiddle, eating and writing.|
|My del.icio.us page|
|some of my friends:|
Museum of Wonder
The Beacon Lives
Daniel Flatauer's potsblog
Peter MacLeod's latest project
why aren't more of my friends web-literate enough to have sites?