MonthNovember 2004

Mc 900 Ft. Jesus: While the City Sleeps

I was just thinkin’ MC Frontalot reminded me a little of MC 900 Ft. Jesus. Oddly enough, Scenestars has “While the City Sleeps” and “The Killer Inside Me” online right now.

Update: The link above is dead now, but you can still find a bunch of MC 900 Ft. Jesus on YouTube:

The City Sleeps

The Killer Inside Me

Bonus: Truth is Out of Style and Adventures in Failure.

Sleaze SF paperback covers of yesteryear


Sleaze Science Fiction Covers

(via Boing Boing)

Haitian Students Explain Voodoo Religion


Howard University recently catered to the Haitian Student Association, and allowed them to host a program entitled All Souls Day: The Demystification of Voodoo, an Examination of Voodoo in the Caribbean Islands in order to clear up the myths and false accusations regarding the practice of voodoo.

The Hilltop Online: Haitian Students Explain Voodoo Religion

(via Madghoul).

MC Frontalot: indier than thou

Check out this great nerdcore rapper. I really like the song “Crime Spree.”

MC Frontalot mp3s.

Me at work today


(from My New Filing Technique is Unstoppable)

The Eighties Tarot

eighties tarot

The Eighties Tarot

(via Ritilan)

Desktop manufacturing

We’ve been hearing about this one for a while, but it looks like it’s getting close. Bruce Sterling’s got the dirt. What’s the economy gonna look like when we start pirating objects?

Kirsten Anderson Crashes the Art World with Pop Surrealism

The Stranger profiles “pop surrealism” and Kirsten Anderson. Go Kirsten!

The Stranger: Beautiful Menace

Disinfo’s Infinity Factory re-runs online

Update: Looks like RINF’s video files are down, but you can find a lot of this material on YouTube.

RINF is hosting “re-runs” of the Infinity Factory series on Tuesdays. They also have streams archived, it appears.

RINF: Infinity Factory

They’ve got tons of other interesting stuff here, check them out.

Via Sauceruney.

Carlos Castaneda’s Don Juan’s Teachings

A book compiling wisdom from the various writings of Carlos Castaneda.

Carlos Castaneda’s Don Juan’s Teachings

(via Invisible College)

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