I was hacking in Pacific Standard and talking to a friend who introduced me to her friend who later said “You’re the guy who makes Orbital Feed Reader?”.
Then I hugged him.
via Boing Boing
Parable of the Polygons – a playable post on the shape of society. I’m a fan of Vi Hart in general and this page is exactly what I hope essays are like in the future.
I heard this track on All Songs Considered and now I can’t stop listening to it. Feels like Alt-J.
They also had a song from the band Howard – Falling.
It’s dreamier and now I’m just playing these two songs over and over in my office.
Look, I know I’m hard to shop for. I don’t want things. Here is where that is a lie. I cannot possibly justify buying myself a TextBlade . I really can’t. But I have a deep inner need to possess this. You should buy it now for me. If you order now you’ll get it by April and you have plenty of time to gift wrap it for me.
And let’s also remember the last time I asked you for a birthday gift. You did not get it for me, but I forgave you.
I love me some low-budget creativity. If you have time and creativity you can do a hell of a lot with next to nowt.
Parts & Labor doesn’t have any cash, but I really like their stop motion videos:
There also used to be this company that specialized in grants to bands for $99 music videos. Check out this one from Care Bears on Fire:
And the band that made their name on a smart idea for a video and catchy tune: