• Lost Tarot Cards


    by ALEX GRIENDLING

    [Seen at Prostituted Thoughts]

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    Robert Crumb

    Some funky comic art by Robert Crumb

    [Seen]

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    THE QUEUE

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    19 of the Greatest Science Fiction Book Series | [Pop Crunch]

    The Sweet Sounds of the MP3 Doorbell | [Think Geek]

    Furniture Designed by You | [Made]

    Amazing Space Photos Taken With a Balloon and Compact Camera | [Asylum]

    New Hipster Grifter Swindles Women | [Lemon Drop]

    KiD CuDi – “Soundtrack 2 My Life” Video | [Smoking Section]

    Introducing the Bottle-Opening Remote Control | [My Clicker]

    Clash Of The Titans: Refresher Course On Greek Gods, Titans and Monsters | [COED Magazine]

    Reconciliation bill passes Senate | [POLITICO]

    C-SPAN’s New Online Archive | [C-Span Video]

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    Coming Attraction: Björk and Michel Gondry

    IMAX 3D. Two words you cannot escape these days. Recent releases Avatar and Alice in Wonderland immediately come to mind. Now we can add a collaboration between Björk and Michel Gondry to the list. The creative magic team are joining forces once again on an IMAX 3D project. “We have a very ambitious project, a sort of scientific musical,” Gondry said. “It’s a movie, but maybe more for museums. Like a 40 minute IMAX project in 3D.” Changing the venue from a ginormous movie theater to a museum sounds appropriate for what may indeed turn out to be a work of art. (When I hear Björk and the word museum mentioned together in a sentence, I can’t help but think of her husband artist Matthew Barney.)
     

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    THE QUEUE

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    DEMO DERBY [DemoHero]

    YouTube for Elevator Pitches [Fast Pitches]

    Busted: Massive Flight Attendant Prostitution Ring [Regretful Morning]

    Protesting Students Shut Down Oakland Freeway [BET]

    ‘Mad Men,’ Muppets top Twitter’s Shorty Awards [CNN]

    Old school! DJ granny gets the party started [MSN]

    Your Spring Show Collection [Coed Magazine]

    Fab’s Fairy Tale [The Smoking Section]

    Six Corporate Contest [Gunaxin]

    Portraits of Female Astronauts [Djmick.co.uk]

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    Google Meets Big Brother

    Google Big Brother

    These posters are by Stéphane Massa-Bidal slyly explaining Google’s services.

    I’ve extolled Google’s existence in our daily lives in the past. These posters, on the other hand, paint a different picture. I don’t know why we don’t think twice about it, but for one company to have access to 99% of our information is frightening. Imagine having a girlfriend who reads all of your e-mails, knows exactly what porn sites you visit, and then plants a homing device on you. Except your girlfriend is really awesome because she doesn’t ask if you she looks fat as a trick question and you don’t have to read her mind, but she can read yours and does everything for you. That would be Google.

    Still, I suppose some people do cherish their privacy and are unsettled at the fact that Google has this much control over our lives. I would be complaining more about it if Google wasn’t so good at what they do.
     

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    Feniks

    Street-ready illustrations by the artist, Feniks

    [First seen at KMBA]

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