I’m the hunter
I bring back the goods
but I don’t know when
Bjork - Hunter
With feed subscriptions turning blogs into push media, blog authors don’t need to keep on writing all the time to be relevant. Instead, niche blogs can afford to follow really specific themes at its own pace.
Think of it as curators of miscellania. Below, a list of some cool ones.
- Ampersand Blog - gallery of ampersands
- Bunnylicious - art + bunnies
- The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks
- Passive-Agressive Notes - painfully polite and hilariously hostile writings from shared spaces the world over
- Skull a day - a daily reminder of memento mori
- LP Cover Lover
- Mickey Feio - gallery of ugly mickeys
- I can has cheezburger - LOLcats abound
- LOLtheist - blasphemy is the funneh
- Push. Click. Touch. - how people and technology interact
- Band Logos
- Strange Maps
- Photoshop Disasters
- White Whine
- Street Use - the ways in which people modify and re-create technology
- Art of the Title - movies title sequence, with screenshots & videos
- Marketing Alternatif - French, but the pictures say it all
- BibliOdyssey - Visual materia obscura
- Animation Backgrounds - original or digitally recreated cartoon bgs
- Suicide Food - on the carnivore dilemma of befriending your food
- Architectures of Control - design solutions that restricts user interaction. from low to high tech.
Sell your own family
this one I took for suicidefood blog, take a look.
well, it’s time to update my blog sidebar, huh?
Video objects is a custom software to perspectively distort video content in realtime. The pre-distorted videos are projected from one video projector onto multiple real world threedimensional objects. The resulting projected imagery seems to be sticking on the surfaces of the objects. The source videos can be adjusted to the respective objects on the spot with a projected helper grid or an imported 3D model of the real world setup. Once the system is aligned the projected videos can be exchanged in realtime by drag and drop in a VJ-like manner.
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