It’s awesome that Puta Negra’s Channel 1 is finally putting their programming up on the web:
Info and higher quality video available @ www.elpresidente.tv.
Continuing to be very forward-looking, Nine Inch Nails has released the GarageBand multi-track files for their new single Survivalism. The best part is the little tidbit at the end of the post over at the NIN site:
No strings attached. Similar to what we did with “The Hand that Feeds” and
“Only”, you now have the ability to completely reconstruct/deconstruct
“Survivalism” any way you choose. We will soon present details on where you
can upload your own mixes so get to work and have fun with this!
[We plan to release every track on the album this way over the next few
months… Keep checking back]
People in Boston are freaking out because “mysterious packages with circuit boards” have been found mounted below bridges in Boston.
It turns out, it’s looking more and more like a guerrilla marketing for the new Aqua Teen Hunger Force film:
And it’s not just Boston, Here’s one in Philly:
I’m not a fan of the show, but this is awesome… I predict this will be a HUGE to-do, since the bomb squad was deployed all over the city to dismantle and destroy these “IEDs”.
Update: Here’s another closeup of one of the Boston “Devices”:
I’d like to take this opportunity to remind my faithful readers of the best music video of the year:
And the 2006 award for Best Introductory Sentence of the Year goes to Tim Berners-Lee:
When I invented the Web, I didn’t have to ask anyone’s permission.