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Left-click happy musings fueled by interest, humor and insomnia.


.Mov Killed Revived the Videostar

José Gonzáles and Bouncy Colorful Objects. It's a movement. It's mezmerizing. It's the new hypnotic pinwheel. Be forewarned, after clicking the link you may have a sudden urge to buy a new tv, drink a fruity beverage and buy a new CD.

Ack. My heart just melted.
Guster's Wrecking Machine, Even cuter than an animated milk carton with Graham Coxon's face on it.

Guide to 80's videos!



Ah, summertime. Time to indulge in refreshments. (Blame the heat.)

Cork'd is a clever idea. It's a online wine community. You can set up a journal tracking the wines you've tasted, note how you rated them, place wines on your wishlist and discover which of your friends' wine cellars houses you should raid invite yourself over to. A great place for wine aficionados to meet, as well as school the unlearned grape-curious, like me. Sweet. (...with an oaky finish.)

Bottlenotes. The Netflix business model applied to wines.

If you are all alone with your glass of wine, you should amuse yourself with an issue of the new beverage-centric publication, Imbibe. I picked up an issue, and I have to say that my interest is piqued. The magazine incorporates a variety of articles on culture, travel, design, environmental sustainability, recipes, all woven together by a common focal point: the beverage. A great thing about the magazine is that it is obsessively informative and yet, not pretentious. It's also surprisingly light on advertisements. Perfect for beach reading.


*g whiz

I have a persistent eye infection. I'm trying to reduce my computer usage during my recovery, so stay tuned for intermittent posts. I'll be back full force eventually.

Hyper Link as Art

Make your own website into a graph art.



Time goes by so slowly for those...without tickets:
Madonna's tour begins in just 8 days.

Pop Messiah Disco Equestrian: A sneak peak at the Confessions Tour's Gaultier designed costumes.

La Terremoto de Alcorcón(Pepa Charro): Time gous by con Loli

Fan video for SuperPop (a track left off the Confessions album).

...I promise this isn't becoming a Madonna fan blog. I'm just a wee bit obsessed at the moment. It will pass.


Time Squander Enabler

Spock-Kirk-Ken-Doll mashup:
Cribs: Vulcan Edition, Intergalactic Karaoke, Star Bucks, Captain Kirk, cabana boy.

DIY finger puppet. I remember doing that. I just never took photos...I mean...I never did that.

I found out about Eugene Mirman's website years ago. Then I lost track of it. This weekend, I stumbled across it in some hyperlink rabbit hole. I'm loving the new songs and the old favorites...all sung by a creepy photograph. Oh, and I just noticed that he's added other work on the site as well. Hmm. Maybe after one more song?...

Pop Bios (without the boring bits). My picks: Madge & Robbie.

Looking for a living space in a central location? Pay your rent in quarters, nickels and dimes. Parking Space. ...Too bad you can never get parking in DC.

The night life of Billboards

Fuck. This sounds awesome to me. I'm such a dork.
It's a nerd triple whammy. Star Wars + Legos + gaming.

time to sit back and unwind

Summertime is here. Grab some tunes to enjoy the weather with. Not satisfied? Have Pandora help you find some new music based on your current tastes.

The weather forecast calls for t-shirts. The possibilities are endless. You might even compose a song about your t-shirt.

Douglas Coupland revisits the geek world in his newest novel, Jpod.

Read suggestions about how to spend your free time: Things To Do Before You Die.


I can not wait to get my hands on a copy of the June Madonna edition of W. The photo spread contains some of the theatrical themes Madge plans on using in the Confessions Tour. Equestrian Disco Diva for example....Must Get Tickets to Confessions Tour.



Madonna at Coachella.The festival is over but Madonna continues to mix it up with the Indie crowd. Death Cab + Madge mashup video. m3 online has the single.

Must Get Tickets to Confessions Tour.



I signed this petition, along with 250,000 others so far. This petiton will be delivered to Congress before the House of Representatives votes next week. When you sign, you'll be kept informed of the next steps we can take to keep the heat on Congress.

Snopes.com, which monitors various causes that circulate on the Internet, explained:

Simply put, network neutrality means that no web site's traffic has precedence over any other's...Whether a user searches for recipes using Google, reads an article on snopes.com, or looks at a friend's MySpace profile, all of that data is treated equally and delivered from the originating web site to the user's web browser with the same priority. In recent months, however, some of the telephone and cable companies that control the telecommunications networks over which Internet data flows have floated the idea of creating the electronic equivalent of a paid carpool lane.

If companies like AT&T have their way, Web sites ranging from Google to eBay to iTunes either pay protection money to get into the "fast lane" or risk opening slowly on your computer. We can't let the Internet—this incredible medium which has been such a revolutionary force for democratic participation, economic innovation, and free speech—become captive to large corporations.

Politicians don't think we are paying attention to this issue. Together, we do care about preserving the free and open Internet.

Please sign this petition letting your member of Congress know you support preserving Internet freedom. Click here.

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Conversation hearts? Whatevs. It's all about the Chav sweets, innit?

Ricky Gervais...Not so obviously.

Need a handy disguise? Get a mustache tattoo.

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