Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Using only the wind as her guide, this tree’s drawings are part of an elaborate art project supervised by Tim Knowles. Ignore all the haughty high art nonsense and check out the cool pictures here.
Posted by Tom Ray at 12:08 PM
It shows a German musician / DJ at a dance who gets a Shure SM58 microphone thrust down his gullet by a dancer who bumps into a poorly placed microphone stand. After the microphone gets lodged in our hero's throat, the mic is still hooked up, and you can hear the poor guy's retching and gagging amplified through his PA setup.
Posted by Tom Ray at 12:07 PM
ATC2K works seamlessly with most video editing software. Expandable up to 2GB, with a built-in SD card slot, ATC2K mounts easily on helmets, bikes, race cars, dirt bikes and more. Wipeouts in a white out? No worries, ATC2K is water-resistant. Play hard, record everything!
Posted by Tom Ray at 11:47 AM
"It's because of a certain ingredient in toothpaste called sodium laurel sulfate. It actually blocks sweet sensors. All the other taste bud cells in your mouth are firing away nicely, but the receptors which pick up the sweet sensors are not working anymore. Not only does it block the sweet sensors, it enhances the sour and bitter, so you get this massive influx of sour and bitter taste coming through the mouth."
Posted by Tom Ray at 11:43 AM
Today we are launching the Google Custom Search Engine. As you might imagine, it's a simple and straightforward product to use and understand. In a matter of minutes you can create a search engine that reflects your knowledge and interests; looks and feels like your own; and, if you choose, you can make money from the traffic you receive through Google's AdSense program. You can even invite your friends and trusted community members to add to and help build your search engine.
Posted by Tom Ray at 11:38 AM