Links of the year 2008

A not very methodical selection of about 50 links from the 300 or so I posted last year.

amazing camera — Anne of Green Gables
beachobatics — Billys and Charleys — Björk on television
cat playing the theramin — Chicago storefront churches — collapsing USA — CSS Homer — curators at work

Detroit dancing
financial meltdown — forehead wrinkles — fossil bird
Galileo’s magic trick — ghost slugs

hairy women — head-tracking 3D display — hermit in glass house — historical voting
ingenious glasses — interviewed chief — ironclad
Japanese typewriters — Jefferson’s Bible

kitten eating broccoli — knitted viscera
lakes on Titan — landscape design
male strippers — medieval watermarks

Native Americans — new Pope
photos of TV — psychology of suicide
railway signal — restless stereographs — robot dog — robotic prosthetic

search photos by colour — sheep stomach lamp — sign names — snails on face — solargraphs — spooky metronomes — springtime on Mars — a stupid name
transsexual toilets

unbuilt London
vest test — Victorian egg-diving — video editing magic
wandering oak boulder — Welsh roadsign — Wikipedia — wooden mirror

4 Comments

  1. 5 January 2009 at 2:15 am | Permalink

    Ahhh, memories. That edition occupies a prized place on my bookshelf, next to an equally insane illustrated copy of Black Beauty. Horses and Canadians, so hard to draw!

  2. 5 January 2009 at 3:48 am | Permalink

    To say I missed more than a few of those links would be an understatement; thanks for re-posting them, Harry – that one about the adaptive eyeglasses, especially, was great.

  3. Harry
    5 January 2009 at 1:24 pm | Permalink

    Yes, it’s brilliant, isn’t it.

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