This robot dinner guest
probably won't faint into his soup / 'Stained Linen', an audio dinner party project by Linda Duvall
/ many thanks to Borbonesa Publishing
, whose delightful package of Turtle Soups 1
arrived yesterday. A real labour of love / how to cheat at slot machines
, via Gizmodo
/ the Law and Order colouring book
, via Liable
/ a block drop
game / a review of Mistress of the House
, Rosemary Baird’s book about the origins of interior design / the Max Power
generation get a critical kicking in the UK's worst modified cars
, via Bifurcated Rivets
(and yes, we’d have to agree with you about the Spar Boxes
, but they do have a certain unusual charm).
The internet museum of flexible records
(which bizarrely omits one of our favourite-ever flexis
) / women in spacesuits
in TV and film (via Coudal
). The motives of the author aside, this is an interesting look at the changing shape and technology of the popular future (related: Where's my space age?
. Also related: little Barbarella
thumbnails and poster
Coudal also links to this story on this freshly discovered diary
, revealing Salisbury life in the nineteenth century. We'll be spending a few days in twenty-first century Salisbury this weekend, attending Artangel's Imber Concert
). Full report next week.
We have a new photo gallery
: Corsica I
. A very pleasant bank holiday weekend to you all, and apologies in advance for the lack of activity in the next few days.