social bookmarking

October 25, 2004 at 11:41 PM

Category: Internet & Technology

I love to bookmark web links. In fact, due to my overwhelming need to archive everything whenever I reformat the computer (or every few years: get a new computer), I'm sure I have a folder of links from 1997 lying around here somewhere.

Anyways, more to the point, I was using this application called Pluck that stores my bookmarks online so I could access them from anywhere. However, I couldn't just publicly share them without entering in someone's email address.

So I decided to finally register on It is so awesome, like you don't understand.

Try it!

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October 17, 2004 at 06:04 PM

Category: Internet & Technology

Been doing insect behaviour research lately... It's been quite well known that if we want to improve our technology, we need to look towards already existing biological systems.

For example, this article is fascinating: How your everyday house fly can be analyzed to develop flying technology.

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October 16, 2004 at 06:29 PM

Category: Art & Design

Could there possibly be anything any cuter than the RESfest flyers this year? Design by kozyndan and website by exopolis

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For Free/Sale: *Actual* CDs

October 14, 2004 at 10:52 PM

Category: For sale

The cases only collect dust when everything is an mp3.....

- VA - Atmospheric Drum & Bass, Vol 3
- Toronto Symphony Orchestra - Musically Speaking 2002/2003 Season
- BT - Rare and Remixed
- VA (mixed by Scott Stubbs) - Platipus presents The Evolution of Trance
- VA - Platipus Vol. 3
- VA - Moving Shadow presents Rollcage Stage 2 (soundtrack)
- VA (mixed by Timecode) - Moving Shadow 02.1
- VA (mixed by Timecode) - MSx 00.1
- VA (mixed by Timecode) - Moving Shadow 01.1
* LFO - Sheath
* LAL - Warm Belly High Power
* The New Deal - The New Deal

A * marks those CDs that were bought more recently and those are going for $8.

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For Sale: books

October 14, 2004 at 05:16 PM

Category: For sale

Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology, and Consciousness by Roy Ascott - $35

She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb - $2

Requiem For a Dream by Hubert Selby Jr - $10

For reference purposes, the links go to so you can read any reviews.

More books to come as I work my way through my bookcase.

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October 13, 2004 at 12:48 AM

Category: Art & Design, Internet & Technology, Personal

I just had one of *those* moments... where you realize that it is literally impossible to have an actual original idea.

Ego crushing, on one hand. Vastly comforting, on the other, to know that others think the same way I do.

Some of you might remember that I wrote a project proposal earlier this year. Excerpt here and full 8-page proposal here (pdf).

And so today I see Pleix's Netlag video.


Oh and I'm not saying at all that someone's idea was stolen... I've never heard of Pleix before nor did I ever upload my proposal until right now in order to show you the similarities.

Actually, I quite like how their project turned out. Apparently they projected it onto a big wall when they presented it.

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October 07, 2004 at 05:51 PM

Category: Personal
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bbq's are dangerous

October 06, 2004 at 05:49 PM

Category: Personal
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