Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Links of Interest 10/28

Fly-Lapse from Anthony Powell on Vimeo.

Interview with Lars Von Trier.

It’s Halloween, so you know Elvira is out and about.

The big enemies of net neutrality.

It’s my theory that we have so many tasing videos because trigger happy cops no longer have to go through the means of hiding and disposing a body after they shoot it now; a taser is relatively harmless. Without that fear, that taser is going to come out as soon as someone looks at them the wrong way.

The curious case of the 1984 movie, Money Hunt. I’d never heard of this before, but it sounds fun! Except for the possible scam at the end.

Quite possibly a little late for Halloween, but seriously, don’t we have uses for a charred corpse all year long? No? Just me? Carry on then.

Cool imagery from Antarctica based on the sun’s return to the Cold Continent. (Has it been labeled that, because if not I hope it catches on and I can cash in on it.)

Now sharks have to watch out for sharks. Also, completely unrelated, apparently there are only beautiful women in Australia.

If you woke up today with the desire to read how Fight Club is really about a grown up Calvin and Hobbes well…

Learn more about daylight savings time.

Australia's got a camel problem.

How would you like to be Omar bin Laden – son of Osama? On the one hand, you’ve got the same name as the awesomest character on The Wire. On the other, your dad is kinda an evil dude.

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