Someone is demolishing the door to the room things
is working in, and loose plaster is clattering down the walls each time the hammer strikes. We are distracted. Hence a challenge: how to include all these links, randomly swiped from our links document, without the post reading like a page of random rubbish.
Classic covers from Bullet Proof Studios
, purveyors of artwork and design to some fine bands. Vintage Bus
is must-visit destination for split-screen VW camper aficionados, complete with extensive galleries (we like the Stand by your Van
section). More cars - OSI
, the best-looking cars you've probably never heard of.
Photography fans can check out Le Book
, a directory for all kinds of fashion contacts. It's in flash, unfortunately, but there are good links to on-line portfolios. Staying with fashion, Tiger
magazine was one of the on-line magazines we were trying to remember last week. New issue just up.
Token links to some extraordinary ruins: Bannerman's Castle
. A good gallery of contemporary Berlin
. Adverts from Finland
points out, the Information Awareness Office
is seemingly built for conspiracy theorists and the paranoid, especially given its remit to ‘imagine, develop, apply, integrate, demonstrate and transition information technologies, components and prototype, closed-loop, information systems that will counter asymmetric threats by achieving total information awareness useful for preemption; national security warning; and national security decision making.’ Phew. Elsewhere, some scary statistics
without cites – they might as well be made up.