Thursday, June 22, 2006

Your Daily... for June 22, 2006

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Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy: “Cursed Sleep”

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy: “Cursed Sleep”  @

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Ripey's Comic for 22 Jun 2006

"Welcome to... Oddville!" By Jay Stephens

The Official Christine McGlade website

You Can't Do That On Television

Poodle People

I stared at this with my jaw dropped the whole time, not believing what I was seeing. And are those her real arms? *shiver*

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Jitterbug Follies

featuring Count Skrewloose and J.R. the wonderdog

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Man Man Video

tv-"engwish Bwood" video
Lindsay Kovnat made an animated video for the band Man Man. Go check it out.

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Maurice Morgan Art



Maurice Morgan's web portfolio features art he's done for cartoons such as Angry Beavers, Invader Zim and more.

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Skype calls all Americans

Skype calls all Americans

Skype is offering its U.S.-based users one hour of free international calling to landline phones in 30 countries around the world. Until June 30, 2006, U.S.-based Skype users new to SkypeOut™, can make up to 60 minutes of free calls to landline phones in countries including Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

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MLG Signs Four-Man Halo 2 Team for $1 Million Contract

Major League Gaming (MLG), the world's first professional video game league, today announced that it has signed the nation's leading four-man Halo 2 team, Final Boss, to a $1 million dollar contract, and Tsquared, one of the top individual pros in the world, to a $250,000 deal. These are by far the largest signings ever for professional video gamers, and the multi-year deals provide for these players to commit exclusively to MLG.

MLG Signs Four-Man Halo 2 Team for $1 Million Contract - Xbox

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Robots Patrol World Cup for First Time

The outdoor robot OFRO, which starts at $76,000 and resembles a Mars rover on treads, uses thermal cameras at night to spot intruders from their body heat. Similar to ones used by the U.S. military as scouts in Iraq, the OFRO is capable of far more — with sensors equipped to detect radiation, toxins, viruses and chemical warfare agents.

Newsvine - Robots Patrol World Cup for First Time

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