Friday, September 29, 2006

Google Image Search Is Fun!

You know when you do a search for something and it comes up with some awesome pic? I play that game all day. Its like Russian Roulette, but totally not deadly. Unless you invite a demon in your house by looking at a picture of him, then its not fun. Here are a few sweet finds.

Search:

Auld Lang Syne
















Howdy Dave:

























My Noodle Says Static:





Love ~ A

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Ask Santa for a Keytar this year!


With this unique combination of two instruments, guitar and keyboard, Keytar V-1 enhances the distinct qualities of all styles of music: Country Western; Jazz; Blue Grass; Classical; 'Pop'; 'Rock'; 'Metal'; 'Monster'; 'Funk', etc.

Experience the KEYTAR, Inc. standard of performance with this authentic sounding, legitimate instrument. With the Keytar V-1 guitar with keyboard you will soon be playing all your favorites, acoustically or electrically.

KEYTAR, Inc. places artistic proficiency at your fingertips as you play this professional instrument with piano type keyboard in place of frets.

Friday, September 15, 2006

Bruce Haack - King of Techno



Short excerpt of a documentary with Bruce Hack.

Jean Jacques Perrey - Chicken On The Rocks



God damn this is what I'm going to look like when I'm 70. I hope I'm this sweet.

Popcorn tree has now officially become an entertainment channel.

Friday, September 08, 2006

Moog Liberation



Oh and everyone should be walk around with these on the streets.

The liberation is Moog's strap-on portable performance synthesizer. It is simple to use and has that unique Moog sound. It's a 2-VCO monophonic analog synth with a simple polyphonic section for playing organ-type sounds. It also has a cool ribbon controller for pitch bending. Some other nice on-board features include a ring modulator, noise generator, and syncable VCO's.

Cars - Gary Numan - Polymoog



Everyone needs a Moog Polymoog.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Sweet Stop-motion videogame animation



Stop-motion videogame animation using everyday objects... highlighting classic retro game scenes!

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Intro song to Dr Who.



I've been trying to figure out where this song came from for the last couple years. It was in my head but I didn't know from where. I stumbled upon info on the BBC Radiophonic Workshop who produced the theme song for Dr. Who. Hartnell was behind the titles and was the original Dr Who. This video shows the different variations to the title. Interestingly enough the show ran for 26 seasons from 1963 to 1989. I believe the show aired on PBS as I didn't live in England growing up but Southern California. I used to watch PBS a lot and don't really remember the show but the intro song stuck with me all these years.

linear argument

See Sam Sit

Who made this mess?

10 is a magic number!

Saturday, September 02, 2006