I love you, you pay my rent

The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift, a radical youth movement in early twentieth century Britain / Communication in the presence of Noise, art by Sean Paul / the London that might have been / Why don’t people see the Yeti any more? Related, a finely crafted post on the genesis of Time-Life’s Mysteries of the Unknown series and the popular obsession with the paranormal and all things weird / the beauty and illegibility of extreme metal logos / Seam live, a set from 1993 / Argento, an EP homage to the legend of Italian horror cinema / iTunes Terms and Conditions: The Graphic Novel (via MeFi) / also via MeFi, Chipmunks on 16 speed, a suprisingly listenable, albeit haunting and gothic, re-working of tracks originally performed by Alvin and the Chipmunks (the modern version) / long read on the AI Revolution: The Road to Superintelligence / the London Underground Rent Map (‘where you can’t afford to live, by stop’), via Flowingdata / Stonehenge in shipping containers by Bureau A at dezeen / Escape from Mercator, dynamic online mapping without artificial distortion (via phiffer).

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