Links: March 2004

  • Daniel Douglas 22 March 2004, 10:39

    Not too sure about the paintings, but the interface is quite nice. (Note: Flash)

  • New Doctor Who 21 March 2004, 18:17

    It all sounds good for the upcoming re-hash of Doctor Who. Still, they'll have to do well to beat Tom Baker battling monsters made from egg cartons.

  • Yamanote train stations 18 March 2004, 13:05

    What is it about trains that inspires such devotion amongst some people? Still, this site shows some great 360-degree snapshots of daily life outside Tokyo train stations. Check out those zebra crossings! (Note: Flash)

  • Fractal of the Day 16 March 2004, 18:05

    They're so '90s (as is the web page) but some of these fractals still look great.

  • Batman Transcendent 16 March 2004, 16:39

    An in-depth analysis of the seemingly simple but actually complex Batman theme song.

  • Chip Foose 16 March 2004, 12:47

    I saw a documentary on this custom car designer and his creative energy is amazing. His cars, beyond belief.

  • Levitated 12 March 2004, 14:47

    John Tarbell continues his display of funky Flash experiments. The cellular automata twist and oily stratum are just a couple of the good ones.

  • Chrome Mercedes 04 March 2004, 10:53

    Sure, you've got the coolest looking finish on the road, but after the fifteenth person drives into your moving piece of sky, it probably wasn't a good purchase.

  • Space balloons 03 March 2004, 13:13

    Apparently popping water balloons in zero gravity is valid scientific research. Looks cool though. (Note: Quicktime/MPEG)

  • Exopolis 02 March 2004, 14:31

    I don't normally link to Flash design agency sites, but this one is extra smooth.

  • Ninja golf 02 March 2004, 13:36

    Quest for the Crown may be the best game on the Internet, but when you don't have Web access, boot up your Atari for this, the ultimate in offline digital recreation.

  • Creacion de avatars 02 March 2004, 13:05

    A cool little tool that allows you to design a cartoony looking face to represent you in your online travels. It's even got a Devo hat! (Note: Flash)

  • Epic GIF 01 March 2004, 11:47

    In Maths class I used to make flip-book animations in the top right corner of my text book. This animated GIF is what I would have made if my textbook was 45,000 pages long, and I had started watching anime back then.

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