Links: October 2003

  • Acura showroom 31 October 2003, 16:32

    An ultra-smooth piece of Flash for Acura cars, but God I hate Flash load times. (WARNING: Flash, high bandwidth)

  • Science photography 30 October 2003, 10:57

    Some pretty amazing photographs/images from scientists, including a picture of a decelerating projectile and laser beams equal to the peak power production of the US.

  • Massive Black 29 October 2003, 15:44

    A new games development company with impressive portfolio bits and an interesting logo. Shame that you can't read the text because it's so dark.

  • The art of statistics 27 October 2003, 15:48

    Jason Salavon turns statistical data into artistic forms, including the domestic production of shoes and common goods manadalas.

  • Ghettify! 17 October 2003, 15:04

    Have you gotten your Goddamn Rock Solid Ghetto Shiznit Name from the Goddamn Rock Solid Ghetto Shiznit Name Generator?

  • Views on pong 17 October 2003, 10:20

    While we're on the retro gaming tip, this EGM article shows that today's kids aren't too impressed with those halcyon days.

  • Prince of Persia 16 October 2003, 14:09

    Sure, you may have finished Prince of Persia back when EGA was new and fangled, but have you finished the retro Flash version? Commissioned for the release of the new 3D Prince. (WARNING: Flash)

  • Ferrofluid 14 October 2003, 13:23

    University of Wisconsin academics have created a ferrofluid — a liquid that can move like creepy solid tentacles, "The Abyss" style. (WARNING: Quicktime)

  • Domina mea exstat a tergo! 13 October 2003, 14:01

    If, like me, you were searching everywhere for a latin translation or Sir Mixalot's "Baby got Back", SEARCH NO LONGER!

  • Funky 404 9 October 2003, 15:31

    Trip out to the French Ministry of Culture's "page not found" page.

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