Links: September 2004

  • Robyn Cumming: In Place 30 September 2004, 14:42

    A series of quirky photo-portraits ... that's the best way I can describe them.

  • Genndy Tartakovsky 30 September 2004, 14:001

    An interview with the man whose style has probably influenced modern TV animation more than any other.

  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 27 September 2004, 12:18

    The new radio series has just started on BBC Radio 4. Here's a direct link to the RealAudio file.

  • Sky Ear 27 September 2004, 12:001

    An intriguing art/science experiment that lights up a large array of helium balloons according to electro-magnetic patterns in the sky, such as those from mobile phone tranmissions.

  • World's best bathrooms 17 September 2004, 15:21

    The pictures are kinda small, but so are the rooms.

  • The Water Cube 06 September 2004, 14:21

    The Chinese Olympics are shaping up to be one of the coolest architectural exhibitions in a long time, and this swimming pool is one of the coolest. Check out the Flash video on the side.

  • Geography Olympics 03 September 2004, 18:24

    Think you know your countries? Represent your country in this online quiz of geographical knowledge. (Note: Flash)

  • MagWerk 03 September 2004, 17:53

    I'm not normally into these huge download Flash magazines, but this one's particularly fast and spiffy, with some good hip content. (Note: Flash)

  • Jakob's on the money 01 September 2004, 16:53

    "Misery may seem a tempting way to squeeze an extra dollar out of unsuspecting and na´ve users. But in the long term, users discover which sites treat them well and those are the sites they return to." Jakob gets all weblog-ephemeral on us in his latest Alertbox entry, but it's a good one.

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