When the time comes, be sure you're adequately prepared...
"I've been captivated by the world of Twin Peaks since 1989. In recent years, I've traveled to Washington and photographed as many of the original filming locations as I've been able to find. I'm happy now to share my images with you. Each still from Twin Peaks is followed by one of my photographs from the same filming location."
Deviant Art is hosting a video for BT's song, "1.618." It's a huge download (186MB), but the visuals throughout the entire thing are stunning. (Requires DivX)
Fazer danflurry's band "No Picnic" is releasing their first album, and has a pre-order sale going on. If you'd like to support a fellow Fazer, or check out some new music, head on over and see what you think.
Check out "Slip of the Tongue," it's particularly great. I'm not really into spoken word, but this was outstanding.
Will the Google Maps hacks never end? Ah well, here's a special message from Fazed.
Okay, it looks like we finally have a real response from Brian Atene. In case you missed the original video, catch it here.
Cassie Cooks is really trying to make the stuffing of a turkey less boring than it is already. She falls a little flat... heh.
"This is a compilation of different 'truths' about Thanksgiving. While many of the sources used were originally culled from Internet resources and many of those sources pulled from actual books, use your head before believing everything."
Tomorrow at 11AM (PST) Amazon is going to sell 1,000 XBox 360's for $100. If you're sitting around bored, waiting for the turkey to finish, spend a few minutes online and try to score yourself a nice console.
Update: Wow, that felt very much like a giant scam.
Australian filmmaker John Safran is so fed up with mormons ringing his doorbell early in the morning that he flies to Salt Lake City, Utah and tries to convert Mormons to atheism. Needless to say, the locals were not pleased.
I guess if you're in love with your miniature stallion, to the point of having sexual relations, you should let the world know all about it in excruciating detail.
Just about everything looks like magic when you slow it down enough.
"I scream I scream I scream so much you know what I mean this electric stream and my tears in league with the wires and energy and my machine this is my beautiful dream."
The MythBusters answer the question in their own, interesting style.