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Tuesday, December 16, 2003
Aloft for a century. There are countless online tributes to the Wright Brothers. Here are just a few. Flights of fancy, a small BBC gallery celebrating the 100th anniversary of Wilbur and Orville Wright's first flight at Kitty Hawk, on 17 December 1903. See also Photography and the Wright Brothers, and the stark abstract beauty of images like these: I, II, III. Related: Microsoft's A Century of Flight. Even more photos.

Lemuria, at a later period. A map of Rotterdam-based art and installation / Socialfiction weblog, with links to the geographer and astronomer Athanasius Kircher / Tangents, 'the home of unpopular culture'. Complete with unpopular, a weblog and gallery. Unpopular culture never remains unpopular for long. It usually seeps into the mainstream, or remains on the sidelines and becomes deified (Shrine Zine, a new format fanzine. Issue one out now / vast gallery of Siouxsie Sioux).

Collaged poems at p/p (thanks to mediatic) / a happy outcome for the Farnsworth House / who is building secret android robots? Actually not as mysterious as it sounds; one suspects that robotics is one of those fields where inventors rush to show their latest creations before the solder has cooled. But maybe companies like Sony and Honda have skunk works-like warehouses, stuffed full of quasi-human creatures. A real version of J.F.Sebastian's workshop. Sadly, we all know where the cutting edge will emerge.

Polish photography, via Witold Riedel / how to identify a fake Rolex (via kottke). Related, the Replica-Center. Also via k, more emulation wonders. We are living in the age of emulation / Relay is 'based on the Surrealist parlour game Exquisite Corpse... each created an artwork for 24 hours before passing it on and creating a trigger for the next contributor'. A student design project at the London College of Printing, one of many things for the visitor to the LCP site to do - see the hub for more. I suppose this is also the origins of Photoshop Tennis. Related: Exquisite Corpse, a journal of letters and life.

Absolutely all you could ever want to know about THX-1138, George Lucas's cult movie (including audio clips). The trivia page reveals the usual cross-pollination of references between the man's various movies ('When Han and Luke go to the detention area to rescue the princess, Luke explains their presence as a "prisoner transfer from cellblock 1138."). Pages devoted to single films are like DVD bonus discs. One of our favourites is the 2001 Internet Resource Archive, which has excellent screen captures. Also related: Exploring Dystopia, essays and more on fictional representations of dystopic futures (via me-fi).