7 April 2010

Muse – Undisclosed Desires

EDIT 2010-04-24: Original video deleted, here’s another copy.

Live at BDO ’10.

24 February 2010

Piraattipuolue: Sananvapaus ahdistelun kohteena länsimaissa

17 November 2009

Extensive interview with Rupert Murdoch

From Sky News Australia, touches upon a lot of stuff from the Internet and the media to the global economy and its relation to the US and Australian immigration politics.

Regarding Murdoch’s views on Internet news: I’m the first to admit that my content consumption habits probably don’t reflect those of the general public. I don’t have any new ideas on how to support newspaper either. But I wouldn’t go back and manually read the New York Times Sunday mag. and be ready to pay small sums for it for it, I wouldn’t even know of it, if it wasn’t for content aggregators… Whether the content is free or not beyond the first paragraph, entirely avoiding to be indexed by Google doesn’t seem like a very good idea.

The Man is known for his fondness of giving consumers “choice.” So I simply don’t see the harm in readers or viewers coming in to content outlets from aggregators. I certainly have developed a sense of what I like, using aggregators or filters hasn’t affected my “loyalty” or trust towards content producers in any way other than me not necessarily skimming through all of a single publication in one sitting.

[via:Antti Vilpponen]

30 October 2009

Australian Atheists to DDOS attack God by simultaneous prayer

Link to AFA‘s Facebook event.

[via:Joonas Mäkinen]

23 September 2009

Photo by tomhide on Flickr, Luna Park, Sidney, Australia during a Red Dust Storm, September 2009

Selected Apolyptic Scenes From Red Dust Struck Sidney

BBC describes the event. Direct link to photo used above.


29 July 2009

14-year-old Australian girl forced by mother to reveal being raped on radio show with lie detector

9 July 2009

censordyne good clean internet censorship australian anti-censorship campaign

Censordyne: good clean Internet censorship

Australian anti-censorship campaign.


22 August 2008

Melbourne carpark way-finding-system plays with perspective

Axel Peemöller Melbourne Eureka Tower carpark perspective weirdness

“In Melbourne I [German designer Axel Peemöller] developed a way-finding-system for the Eureka Tower Carpark while working for Emery Studio. The distored letters on the wall can be read perfectly when standing at the right position. This project won several international design awards.”

[via:UI and us]

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