When it comes to art, I’ve always been fond of skeletons, aeroplanes and the surreal. Adel Abdessemed delivers

everybody under the sun

Untitled from jasperelings.info on Vimeo.
This lovely animation of a sunset is crowd sourced as you’ll soon see…


Art machines by Japanese artist Kazu Harada.

Literature in America….

Programming democracy

Here’s some explosive testimony from an American Software engineer, who makes the claim that he has written code that could be used to rig an election and believes that it has been used to rig the Ohio election. It’s fairly clear that we can never trust digital voting systems. Whilst hard copy paper votes and [...]

farming fantasy


There’s loads of four bar, sixteen beat sequencers around on the web these days. But this one takes things a step further. It turns the “beat buttons” into little robots that ricochet around the screen in logical though often unpredictable ways, each permutation of which changes their tone. It makes for an [...]


As Kindle owners, the likeithateit team feel a collective guilt for the recent troubles that the Borders Bookstores have been facing. Yet as guilty as we feel, it doesn’t compare to the anger that inflames our hearts upon reading that the executives that run Borders in the States are asking for bonuses despite the fact [...]

mad skillz

Celebrated cellist Yo Yo Ma collaborates with street dancer Lil Buck in this one off improvised choreography – amazing!

Not a word….

I’m sure there’s a sitcom idea in here somewhere….
From The Guardian

The language of Ayapaneco has been spoken in the land now known asMexico for centuries. It has survived the Spanish conquest, seen off wars, revolutions, famines and floods. But now, like so many other indigenous languages, it’s at risk of extinction.
There are just two people [...]

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