These reviews are dedicated to those films that most of the world missed including offbeat indie films and black comedy movies that are now available on video or cable. These are films that did not have wide distribution and you may have missed these movies when they were released. If you enjoy dark comedy and independent films, now is your chance to catch them on video or cable.
A short film about an old tired inventor and his struggles to finish the invention that will give meaning to his life. Requires Windows Media or Quicktime.
A movie review site that takes into account your frame of mind. The reviewer rates movies by giving them Fellinis or Cormans. The Fellini represents movies made for the mind whereas the Corman represents movies made for the body. In other words, if you're looking for action flicks, look for Cormans.
Ummm....instructions on how to fold paper in a way I've never seen before.Actually I don't think I would have ever thought about it.
Depending on your workplace this might be OK
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The Experimental Television Center was founded in 1971, an outgrowth of a media access program established by Ralph Hocking at Binghamton University in 1969, and continues to offer services to the media arts community.
To support the creation of new work using electronic media technologies, by providing space and time to artists for personal, self-directed creative work, and by providing funding and other administrative support directly to makers to encourage a better appreciation of media art by supporting the exhibition of film and electronic media works by artists and by arts and cultural organizations in the State, and to encourage the development of new venues and audiences in all regions to help honor our independently created moving-image heritage by initiating projects and participating in partnerships which address the needs for research, education and preservation, and place independent works within a larger cultural context to participate in the continued development of the infrastructure of the media arts field.
Killing the Buddha is a religion magazine for people made anxious by churches, people embarrassed to be caught in the "spirituality" section of a bookstore, people both hostile and drawn to talk of God. It is for people who somehow want to be religious, who want to know what it means to know the divine, but for good reasons are not and do not. If the religious have come to own religious discourse it is because they alone have had places where religious language could be spoken and understood. Now there is a forum for the supposedly non-religious to think and talk about what religion is, is not and might be. Killing the Buddha is it.
Get your fix of weird stuff in the news here. Looks fairly well maintained.
They have plans for all kinds of solar cookers here.
Petition to Palm to continue supporting BeOS as a desktop operating system.
A free Win32 Telnet/SSH Client. It'll do SSH2, SCP and SFTP. Really simple to use, and the download is just one executable. It'll even fit on a floppy for SSH on the go.
Now these are different!Building block encased PC's........and many other strange things.
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