Fantastic scrapbooks at Fulltable
(via, naturally, the cartoonist
, who has an unerring eye for this kind of thing). Endlessly clickable
, with scanned magazines
to browse as well. See Le Jeudi de la Jeunesse
, from 1913/14.
We really like the idea of this site: meta-efficient
, which 'continuously reviews meta-efficient products and techniques'. Another person concerned with ultimate efficiency: the Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci
, via City of Sound
, lost classics, subversive films, including Mad
Magazine's take on A Clockwork Orange
, wittily entitled A Crockwork Lemon
, and 'Golden Turkey
' films (a term popularised, I believe, by conservative commentator and critic Michael Medved
, who subsequently lost his sense of humour and wrote Hollywood vs America
). Re-visit such legendary classics as "Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?"
, which I'm willing to wager you haven't seen.
Excellent photo essays at AK47.tv
, a new web photography magazine. Via, of course, conscientious
/ spooky black and white photos at madpages
, via imon
, which contains design links and more. More design news and links at Crossmind
, the weblog of a fanzine. Their description of Jools Holland
as 'That Strange Furtive Little Man' is spot on. Another fanzine, robots & electronic brains
Random snippets. For daredevils only, the World Stunt Awards
. Thrill to categories like 'Best Fire Work' and 'Best Overall Stunt by a Woman'. Sadly, there are no movie clips. But lots of nice animated flames, though / the Monkey Shakespeare Simulator
(via daily jive
) / LAT photographic archive
, historical motorsport imagery.