Thursday, May 17, 2001
Wednesday, May 16, 2001
Monday, May 07, 2001
When will this EU madness end?It seems that councillors in Vienna have now made it illegal to fish using a line trailing from a plane or other fast moving vehicle. It is now also illegal to hunt deer with explosives, in order to bring the Austrian city "in line with EU legislation." Folly. If we don't use the very best military hardware against animals, then what are we to do with it? Obviously it would be barbaric to turn weapons against our fellow human. And, believe me, if a fox had a rocket launcher he would not hesitate to use it on you, possibly utilising a Heckler & Koch MP53 for close-up work in your chicken coop afterwards. Damn them. Damn them all to hell.
Posted by David at 7:40 AM
Sunday, May 06, 2001
HTML Movies - RetrospectiveSince the HTML movie phenomenon is now over by about four or five days, it seems the time is ripe for a retrospective of the movement that, to some, proved the internet’s preeminence in the presentation of fully immersive multimedia content..
To the tsluts mailing list, and mainly Rob, the HTML movie is not illusion!
Today a technological storm is raging of which the result is the elevation of cosmetics to God. By using new technology anyone at any time can wash the last grains of truth away in the deadly embrace of sensation.
The illusions are everything the movie can hide behind>
The tsluts mailing list, and mainly Rob, counters the film of illusion by the presentation of an indisputable set of rules known as MIDI FILES AND DANCING CRAP.
Classics of the genre
- Genre-defining classic the internet killed the video star
- The classic, seminal road movie steppenwolf!
- Made for TV science fiction classic Knight Rider
- Hairytongue's impressively encyclopaedic (and classic) Museum of the Damned
- My own humble effort, capturing the excitement of a performance by Guns'n'Roses live from castle donnington. A classic too, obviously.
Posted by David at 6:01 PM
Saturday, May 05, 2001
Words that McDonald’s has tried to trademark:
Posted by David at 8:56 PM