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Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Who is Nancy Zerg? / What is H&R Block?

And the Question is "Who Defeated Ken Jennings". and "What was the Question that defeated Ken Jennings"

KenJen has been voted off the Island. Well it actually happen, as reported by Jason Kottke, Nancy Zerg, a Los Angeles real estate agent, on November 30 2004 beat Jeopardy titan Ken Jennings in his 75th appearance on the trivia game show.

The Globe and mail has a piece on The woman who brought down Jennings

(H&R Block is making sure he'll always remember the company for other reasons: It has offered him free tax preparation for life.)

Congratulations to Nancy and Ken! (okay so he didn't last to January 17, 2026)

Update: You can watch Mr Jennings final moments here, in case you havn't seen it enough!

Copyright Reform is Not a Spectator Sport

University of Ottawa law prof/copyright fighter Michael Geist writes in a commentary of November 2004 "Bulletin Online" of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) :

The education community has the opportunity to emerge as a positive force for change by actively supporting a uniquely Canadian vision of copyright that compensates creators, facilitates access & embraces Canadian culture. Michael Geist argues it is time to get in the game.

Friday, November 26, 2004

'Howl's Moving Castle' by Hayao Miyazaki

Japan Today reposts that Howl's Moving Castle' sets 2-day box-office record (1.48 billion yen in box-office revenue and an audience of 1.1 million people), a record for a domestic film.

Hayao Miyazaki is best know in North American for his film "Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi" (Spirited Away) in 2001. Looks like the Japanese region DVD will be out January 19, 2005. No current Northern America distribution date for the cinemas.

Here's the offical website, (Japanese) : and a (english) review from The Japan Times.

Plot Summary:
Sophie Hatter, the eldest of three, is apprenticed to make hats for the people of Ingary, a place where spells, magic cloaks, and seven-league boots exist. She and all the young girls are warned to stay inside or be taken by Howl, the evil wizard whose black castle can be seen moving through the hills. After an encounter with a witch and with a spell cast on her to make her an old woman, Sophie goes to seek adventure. She heads towards Howl's moving castle where she will encounter things she had never imagined.

Categories Movies/Asian

update : The Animated Life, Hayao Miyazaki, (Howl's Moving Castle' & Spirited Away ) in The New Yorker, Jan 16 2005

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

Via The New York Times: Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi, which debut on November 19th on the Cartoon Network, is an animated series based on two real Japanese pop stars, Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura, a k a Puffy Ami Yumi.

However it is NOT a Japanese import,and it's not anime. Ms. Onuki and Ms. Yoshimura also appear in each episode, doing live-action skits in a mixture of Japanese and accented English, with songs in the original Japanese (without subtitles).

You might already be a little familiar with them cause they sing the Theme song for the Teen Titans show on the Comedy network

You can hear more samples of their music on the Sony Music Japan site or the Sony Japan PuffyAmiYumi site.

Category: Asian/Art/Music

Update The Pop Duo in the New York Times Style Section Jan 16 '05

Interview With Asterisk Creator Mark Spencer

Via Slashdot comes this interview With Asterisk (an Open Source PBX - Private Branch Exchange - running on Linux) Creator Mark Spencer at SineApps.

Category Asterisk

Canadian Musicians call for ANOTHER update on copyright law

Via . (I saw this on the Telly) Also here's the same news reported by the CBC and

There were a few intersting quotes that stood out for me, 1)implying the the Canada Copyright was out of date and "third world";2) the industry is being destroyed.

Some of Canada's best-known musicians appeared on a different stage Wednesday -- Parliament Hill -- to band together and lobby politicians to toughen up Canada's outdated copyright laws.

The musicians say the industry has hit a low note because of Internet piracy and bootleg CDs. The musicians, who included Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy and rocker Tom Cochrane, say the Copyright Act, which was drafted in 1908, is ill-equipped to address the issues of the 21st century.

"We're basically like a Third World country right now, with our copyright law," said Cochrane.

Graham Henderson, who heads the Canadian Recording Industry Association, says the Act has massive loopholes. He says it's damaging the industry, the economy and the careers of artists.

"Downloading, file-swapping, peer-to-peer networks -- these are all euphemisms for piracy, pure and simple. It is devastating to the Canadian music industry.''

Henderson says the recording industry has seen music sales drop almost $500 million in just a few years. That's about a quarter of a million records a month.

The industry tracked illegal downloads of the Tragically Hip music for one month. They found 2.8 million attempts to download the music, compared with 1,000 legal purchases through the online music store Puretracks.

Cochrane says their fight is not about money; it's about what's right.

"I don't want the press to spin things like: 'Here's rich Jim Cuddy and rich Tom Cochrane coming along to make more money.'" Cochrane said. "We're here because it's a right, it is stealing."

Marianne Goodwin, a spokeswoman for Heritage Minister Liza Frulla, said the minister met early Wednesday with representatives of the musicians and discussed the issue.

Goodwin said her office is working on copyright reform as recommended by a joint report from the Heritage and Industry departments. The plan is to seek authority from cabinet this fall to begin drafting amendments.

But Prof. Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law and a law professor at the University of Ottawa, disagrees with the musicians that there's a problem with music downloading.

He says millions of music lovers don't download and doubts online music swapping is putting much of a dent in the industry.

"File sharing is certainly here to stay and the lawsuits and attempts at new legislation are attempts to put the toothpaste back in the tube."

There is a discussion thread over on Digital Coypright Canada, from which I've gleamed a few interesting facts, here and here:

  • Althought the orginal Copyright act in Canada dates from 1908, it was it was updated as recently as the spring of 2004, and had made major changes made in 1997 because of recording industry lobbying (this is when downloading of music from P2P networks became legal in Canada, as well as creating a levy on blank media that goes to the industry).

  • It's claimed that music sales may have dropped by a third in a few years, but most of that drop was in 2001-2002, when sales of just about everything dropped dramatically.If we look at the most recent sales statistics, we see that Canadian CD sales have been increasing (by 2% in 2003-2004), not decreasing. Also various other reports on the impact of downloading have questioned the music industries claims

Maybe the real reason for all of this (via The artists, members of the Music in Canada Coalition, also noted that the three-year, $95-million Canada Music Fund expires this year. They called on Ottawa to provide long-term sustainable funding to the music industry.

But it's not about " rich Jim Cuddy and rich Tom Cochrane coming along to make more money."


Update: from November 26 2004 "UK Music Industry Sees Record Sales" via : "Despite the claims of gloom and doom from the BPI (the UK equivalent of the RIAA) the BBC is reporting that 'UK record companies are celebrating their best ever year for album sales, with a record 237 million sold in the 12 months to September...also said sales of single tracks were up thanks to the availability of legal download services.' It looks like music sales will continue to climb if the customers get something they like. The article also discusses adding music downloads to the charts."

Ship High In Transit

Via Despicable Horses :Historical information you need to know about shipping Manure:

In the 16th and 17th centuries, everything had to be transported by ship. It was also before commercial fertilizer's invention, so large shipments of manure were common. It was shipped dry, because in dry form it weighed a lot less than when wet, but once water (at sea) hit it, it not only became heavier, but the process of fermentation began again, of which a by-product is methane gas.

As the stuff was stored below decks in bundles you can see what could (and did) happen. Methane began to build up below decks, and the first time someone came below at night, with a lantern, >BOOOOM! Several ships were destroyed in this manner before it was determined just what was happening.

After that, the bundles of manure were always stamped with the term, " Ship High In Transit" on them, which meant for the sailors to stow it high enough off the lower decks so that any water that came into the hold would not touch this volatile cargo and start the production of methane. Thus evolved the term "S.H.I.T," which has come down through the centuries and is in use to this very day.

I would love to verify this, but too funny!

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Anda's game

Cory Doctorow latest short story Anda's game and as per the review, cutting edge as expected. He promises more (soon-ish?)

Categories: Cory/SciFi

Monday, November 22, 2004

The Chinese Century:

The Chinese Century, written by Dana Blankenhorn, a Fictional-Non-Fiction (ala Tom Clancy), ripped from today's headlines or at least adapted as each chapter in the online novel is released.

Army developing Liquid Body Armor

Via, bringing Science Fiction to Life !?

Sounding like something right of Larry Niven's RingWorld novels, The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is developing Liquid armor for Kevlar vests.

Once a bullet or frag hits the shear thickening fluid, composed of hard particles suspended in a liquid, transitions to a rigid material.

The Pillsbury Doughboy Died

Via The Pillsbury Doughboy Died

Veteran Pillsbury spokesman, The Pillsbury Doughboy, died
yesterday of a severe yeast infection and complications
from repeated pokes to the belly. He was 71.

Doughboy was buried in a slightly greased coffin. Dozens
of celebrities turned out, including Mrs. Butterworth,
the California Raisins, Hungry Jack, Betty Crocker, the
Hostess Twinkies, and many others. The graveside was
piled high in flours as longtime friend Aunt Jemima
delivered the eulogy, describing Doughboy as a man who
"never knew how much he was kneaded".

Doughboy rose quickly in show business, but his later
life was filled with many turnovers. He was not
considered a very smart cookie, wasting much of his
dough on half-baked schemes. Still, even as a crusty
old man, he was a roll model to millions. Doughboy is
survived by his second wife, Play Dough. They have two
children and one in the oven. The funeral was held at
350 for about twenty minutes.


Sunday, November 21, 2004

THE HUMVEE GOES HYBRID: Diesel-Electric Shadow RST-V

Via, The Shadow RST-V is a new diesel-electric hybrid vehicle used for reconnaissance, surveillance, and targeting. The vehicle is aluminum bodied, with two side doors and a rear access ramp. Bulletproof windows are standard, and for added protection against small arms and mines, an armor package can also be installed. The Shadow RST-V demonstrates the most current of cutting-edge technology developed by Naval materials scientists with sponsorship by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Shattering records during testing, the Shadow is poised to replace the Humvee as the Marine Corps' new multi-purpose vehicle.

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Virtual Warriors Have Feelings, Too

The The New York Times has a short interview with Mr Red vs Blue, Burnie Burns, about machinima and Halo 2.

Category: Machinima

Sushi wars

Via Joanne Kate (Globe and Mail Nov 20th) :

Sushi wars: Sheela Basrur, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, announced that there will be a three-month review of the ban on fresh (never-frozen) sushi fish.

But it has also been announced that as of Jan. 1, 2005, all fish served raw, or semi-raw, must first be frozen or purchased from a wholesaler that has frozen the fish, and restaurants will have to prove that their fish has been frozen.

Some sushi chefs met with the bureaucrats to contest the new regulation, but it has not been rescinded.

Sushi aficionados who are not enthusiastic about eating tuna mush may wish to sign the e-petition against this silly new law. You can find it at


Looking for FireFox / Mozilla extensions for and Technorati

Via Phil Windley's Enterprise Computing Weblog, Wouldn't it be useful / neat to finding commentaries on the current page, or at least who else is referring to this page, this URL?

There is an extension for, which it not working for me (the sidebar results are not clickable) and which is backward to what I want. I don't what to see want my links are but who has linked to what I'm browsing now.

No sign of any Technorati extension, which would show the results of a technorati search on the current page and allow me to open (same tab, new tab, new window: configurable) to read that commentary.

Google or some other trackback mechanism could also be used as a source of tracking commentaries.

Update: Aaron Boodman, aka youngpup, seems to think my little brain fart doesn't totally blow chucks! And he has the coding chops to pull it off ( in his spare time from this other job).

Category:Firefox extensions

Thursday, November 18, 2004

The Truth about Copyright Revision in Canada

The fine folks a Digital CopyRight Canada have produced "The Truth about Copyright Revision" (pdf,English and French versions) explaining in plain language the cost the proposed change would have :

The truth is that these proposed changes would drain millions of dollars from Canada’s provincial education systems, threaten national security research and personal privacy, harm Canadian culture by enlarging the billion dollar Canadian culture deficit, and put Canadian business at a competitive disadvantage. The committee spent little time debating the issues, and ignored concerns voiced by public interest advocates. Facing growing pressure from predominantly U.S. interests, Parliament is moving rapidly to embrace dangerous new rules.
and alternate principles:
Do No Harm – Considered Copyright -Canadian Laws Must Serve Canadians
and what we can do next (time for some more emailing/letter writting)

More: Ottawa's copyright plans wrongheaded, experts say, and Save Canada's Internet from WIPO, or Law

Update: Over on Boing Boing, Cory has posted "Canada's DMCA: why is it a bad idea?"

Just so you don't think only our Gov has it Head up it A$$ : Copyright treaty laid bare: watch your governments make sausage!

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

The Google Grid

In the Year 2014, The New York times has gone offline,
The Fourth Estate's fortunes have waned.
What happend to news?
And what is EPIC (Flash)

Blooger -> Gmail -> Tivo -> The Google Grid -> Google-zon -> Epic

Via Links

Also The Google Space or How Google beat Amazon and Ebay to the Semantic Web; Other Links:Google, Now on SlashDot

notes from THE R E S I S T A N C E

Stolen from Sinfest, notes from THER E S I S T A N C E : Election news:

  • Slim Fast Veterans For Truth attack Whoopi Goldberg's dietary record. "She never really drank any of that stuff," says the group's spokesperson. "She is unfit to lead fat people."

  • Dick Cheney insists on link between Al Qaeda and Kevin Bacon. Al Qaeda was trained by the CIA which was created by Harry Truman who dropped the bomb which was conceived by the Manhattan Project which was a movie starring John Lithgow who was in Footloose with Kevin Bacon.

  • Face Lift Veterans For Truth attack Teresa Heinz Kerry's cosmetic surgery record. "Sure she had Botox injections," snarled spokesperson Michael Jackson. "But did she have full blown reconstructive facial surgery? I don't think so."

  • George W. Bush unveils bold new "compassionate bombing" philosophy in his nomination speech. "I believe in compassionate air strikes, a compassionate war, compassionate torture with a good heart."

  • Martians invade Earth after receiving intelligence that Bush was plotting a Mission to Mars. Although they find no Weapons of Mars Destruction they insist we had the capacity to build them. Alien war profiteers reopen Alcatraz, rename it Abu Probe, proceed to "interrogate" humans.


Monday, November 15, 2004

Yes I am a D&D Geek

Boston Globe editional "How 'Dungeons' changed the world" on 30th anniversary of the beloved, much maligned, often misunderstood role playing game developed in 1974 by Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax.

To put it simply, Dungeons and Dragons reinvented the use of the imagination as a kid's best toy

Yes indeed, I create worlds with my 20 sided die and graph paper. I have all the first editions of the D&D manuals,plus White Dwarf and other magazines from my teenage years.

Via Boing Boing

'Music Is Not a Loaf of Bread' : Wilco, Doing things Differently

Via Wired News by Boing Boing's Xeni Jardin : When Wilco released Yankee Hotel Foxtrot online for free in 2001, the album's popularity soared and Wilco became a commercial success. Front man Jeff Tweedy tells Wired News' Xeni Jardin why the music industry is dead wrong about file sharing.

Wilco web site and their lastest allbum A Ghost is Born

More:Music/Music Biz

Sunday, November 14, 2004


Love the art of kozyndan and their illustrations some of which might be famillar from ResFest : the Digital Film Festival, or Giant Robot


What Bandwidth RSS Uses


Saturday, November 13, 2004

Geo Targeting IP Address to Country City Region ISP Latitude Longitude Database for Internet Developers - IP2Location



Friday, November 12, 2004

Dragon Optical Illusion

At Grand Illusions, the little dragon appears to be looking at you and as you move, it follows you. Watch the video to get the full effect. I'm going to try building this and scare Ms FalsePositives! Via

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Project Automation , Simulated Servers, Extending your Framwork

Got Project Automation?
Developing Clients with Simulated Servers
Extending Struts

abstract animations that sell aspirin

Headacher abstract animations via (thanks for visting, check stuff out, click on the links, come back soon)

Category: Humour

Ottawa's copyright plans wrongheaded, experts say

Another article in today's Globe and Mail titled “Ottawa's copyright plans wrongheaded, experts say” by columnist Jack Kapica further describing the recommendations to Change Canada's copyright law:

I love/hate this quote:

"The committee's premise is that all work on the Internet is someone's property. You can read it or listen to it, but unless there is an explicit legal notice saying the material can be used, you would not be permitted to save a copy to disk or print it out without paying a copyright collective such as Access Copyright."
Bad, bad, bad....

It goes beyond the problems with the "terminate and takedown" notice.

Looks like they want us to pay a access fee (like the CD levy) to do want we current do for free, under the assumption the we must be infringing on someone property rights.

Another site is mentioned is mentioned, maintained by Laura Murray, a Queen's University English professor, a resource for Canadians, especially teachers, students, and creators. It aims to explain copyright law clearly and fairly.

More On Saving Canada's Internet from WIPO

Also for a great review of the history of Copyright see a video of Cory Doctorow’s talk at iBiblio/UNC.

Cory responds on Boing Boing with a deft analaysis:
even if you pay the levy for the use of copyrighted works on the Internet, you won't get the right to share music, or download movies, or use screenshots in your PowerPoint presentation
The report that Heritage delivered is a one-sided smear against the Internet and a naked grab for a few giant copyright holders at the expense of new entrants to the market and the general public
If Canada is going to extract a levy from Canadians, then Canadians should get soemthing in return: unlimited access to noncommercial, educational, and archival use of copyrighted works on the Internet. A levy without something in return is just an exercise in picking your pocket -- and you shouldn't stand for it.


More: Via Peter Roosen-Runge, Associate Professor of Computer Science, York University (Ontario, Canada) and SOSC4300C Digital Media Urls of interest we have : Protecting ourselves to death: Canada, copyright, and the Internet by Laura Murray of and Copy Rights and Wrongs

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

In Flanders Fields

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

By John McCrae (1915)

Via Accordion Guy is more info on the poem and Canadian army physician John McCrae.

GNU Radio

GNU Radio - GNU FSF Project : GNU Radio is a collection of software that when combined with minimal hardware, allows the construction of radios where the actual waveforms transmitted and received are defined by software. What this means is that it turns the digital modulation schemes used in today's high performance wireless devices into software problems.

via Cory Doctorow's talk on copyright at iBiblio/UNC Chapel Hil

Enlux Wins Award for LED Lights

Via Gizmodo : Enlux has LED-based lightbulb replacements for your household halogen and incandescents,and they won a PopSci award.

Now if I could just get rid of the tube halogen's!

Google Advertising Professionals

For AdWords : Gain AdWords knowledge. Get Google recognition. Make more money.

the flash based Leaning Centre is slick.

Mark Osborne's "MORE"

MORE, an Academy-Award® nominated animated short-film, will blow you away.


Blogging Your Way into a Job the Accordion way....

Accordion Guy (a.k.a Joey deVilla) has done it again!

The Globe and Mails career section has a piece about Employers turning to blogs to learn about prospective employees, and naturally Joey and Tucows (as well as The Farm) get a plug (well more than just a plug.) Also mentioned are: University of Ottawa law professor, Michael Geist, an Internet law expert (who writes a Toronto Star column ,and Toronto blogger Amber MacArthur who is G4TechTV Canada's Co-Host on Call for Help TV. Also a brief mention of Blogs Canada

This marks the 5th appearance of Joey in the Globe. Here's Joey about the piece.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Lotus Geek: Domino Tech Tip: You have a Web-based form that won't save...

Lotus Geek pulls out this hair so we don't have to :

It appears that if a Web Query Save (WQS) agent doesn't have the proper credentials to run, it simply prevents the document from writing to disk - no errors, no weird return code to the user, no symptoms at all - nothing. I thought it would write something to the server log, at a minimum, but it doesn't. Incidentally, the server is 6.5.1.
of course if this was a MS product you would be able to do this (hence the security issues and such)

Thanks Rocky!


Lazy Mutha Fucka is a disbanded (2 EP, last in 2001?) Hip-hop/indie band in Hong Kong, also known as LMF. found via The Art of Eric So (yet another asian rap group)


The King Of Yes, But

David Brin - astronomer/physicist/sci-fi author/Transparency-pundit - blogged while riffing on "What Limits Our Ability To Cope WIth Accelerating Change." (and here and here)


Monday, November 08, 2004

How Do You Use : Category extension to

Roland beat me too it.

I've slowly started as a Category extension to, since Blogger doesn't have a Categories, so people can find similar items it the "Humour" or SciFi category.

InfoWorld's Jon Udell has now picked up on this meme.

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Save Canada's Internet from WIPO

Cory Doctorow writes about Boing Boing: Save Canada's Internet from WIPO, following up on the Slashdot notice of this Globe and Mail (Globetechnology) article on The standing committee on Canadian Heritage recommendation that Canada must ratify WIPO Copyright Treaty.

Cory describes the problem, particularly "Notice-and-takedown is an area where WIPO got it drastically, terribly wrong.", and why: notice-and-takedown is a guilty until proven innocent approach, where the ISP does the deed or chance being punished as well; it is also a near-perfect tool for censorship. "The takedown notice is the favorite tool of the crank, the censor, and the bully."

Also he suggests writing to your MP, writing to the Ministers -- contact info here.

The email address for: the Heritage Committee: ;Heritage Minister Liza Frulla (head of the committee): ;The web site for the Heritage Committee (and a List of Committee members ) and The list of members of the House of Commons, here

Other links worth exploring: Chilling Effects; Digital Copy Right Canada (including their list of links and Jargon);and Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC)

Solutions that approach the Internet as a problem are no solutions at all.

Updates: I should note this great quote from Cory :
The Internet has one overarching feature that makes it superior to the technologies that preceded it: it can copy arbitrary blobs of data from one place to another at virtually no cost, in virutally no time, with virtually no control. This is not a bug. This is what the Internet is supposed to do.

Darren Barefoot has a suggest for your email/letter to your MP and the Minister, and links to a on-line petition started by Will Pate to "Save Canada's Internet from WIPO".

Digital CopyRight Canada posted a very good summary of the recommendations from this report, and a link to the report in question.

another update: Cory has a update and a friendly Anonymous commenter (below) links to a real paper petition to Parliament. Print it out, sign it (ask friends, family, cow-orker and strangers to sign) and mail it in. 'cause hard copy carries more weight with your MP's


Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Canada 2.0

I like it

or there's Land of the Free, which is basicaly THE U.S.A.R., of course this isn't new or there is the New North America

Asterisk and Linux to Build Secure VoIP Connection

Via Slashdot comes the very useful Installation and Securing VoIP with Linux

for more: Asterisk Open Source PBX 1.0 Release; Asterisk - The Open Source Linux PBX as well as PBX, Asterisk, or VoIP

Frank's Compulsive Guide To Postal Addresses

Frank's Compulsive Guide To Postal Addresses sub-title: Effective Addressing for International Mail.

A good nit picking sort of guide to Address formats, abbreviations and Postal codes information for many (if not all) countries in the world, with links to addtional info for each countries postal service and such.

I'm sure this will come in handy someday very SOOON....


Tuesday, November 02, 2004

G.O.R.A. - Turkish Sci Fi Spoof

Via Twitch comes the trailer for G.O.R.A.. Very well done, and very clever. Lots of Star War and Matrix references. Looking forward to seeing more.

Update March 3 2005 : the DVD is now now .

More on Movies: SciFi

The Notorious MSG: Die Hungry : Asian Rap

Via BWG I've stumbled upon The Notorious MSG, three restaurant workers from New York City's Chinatown. (a parody of Notorious BIG?) Their sizzling orange flavored beats rap have carved a path of destruction through the music industry with their first album Die Hungry.

Die Hungry Tracklisting:
1. Intro
2. Straight Out Of Canton mp3 clip , Video (MOV)
3. Heat It Up mp3 clip
4. Hong Kong Heartbreak
5. Dim Sum Girl mp3 clip
6. Chinese Funk mp3 clip
7. Buddha Time
8. Egg Rollin' mp3 clip
9. Last Meal
10. Streets Of Chinatown mp3 clip
11. Yello Fever mp3 clip
12. Straight Out Of Canton IronWok remix


Monday, November 01, 2004

The Great Old Pumpkin, by John Aegard

On Strange Horizons Fiction, Charles Schultz meets H.P. Lovecraft. Nicely done and true to both. Tags:
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In 30 Seconds and by Bunnies, the Halloween Edition

The 30-Second Bunnies Theatre Troupe proudly re-enacts :

Just what you need if you havn't got the the time to be fully creeped out or if you have a thing with bunnies.

Currently hosted on Starz but later to reside back home in the Angry Alien bunnies library.

Older and More Bunnines : Jaws and The Shining or The Exorcist and there is allways The Titanic or Alien. All 30 Seconds, all Bunnies. Boy those Bunnies get around!