In honour of a new mix of people on the students’ union, this week It’s a mixed bag of links. Hopefully they’ll be equally useful; and, if not, at least entertaining!
?A Glass Eye on the Velvet Tapestry: Directed by Stefano Giocomonte: An American priest finds a human torso which has been hacked up in the style of a killer who terrorized the neighborhood many years ago. An elderly journalist is unsatisfied with the official explanation of the murder; and after running afoul of the police investigation, he is on the verge of solving the mystery when he is killed by the real culprits: a secret society made up of the people he most trusted.?
Like the tagline says: A one-page satire of Second Life . . . and It’s giggleable.
Dedicated to all those places we’ve dreamt might be, had things been just that little bit different.
This ?multimedia atlas of world history? allows you to pick and choose the pieces of information you want access to, and thereby create a customized collection of world history.
?Throughout history, artists, inventors, writers, and scientists have solved problems in their dreams,? and here are but a few.
Oh . . . lord. Just hope you aren’t on there somewhere yourself.
After a look at this you might stop worrying quite so much about that nose ring your teen just got.
Suddenly I’m reminded of something called either Goofy Grime or Slime; it was green, slooshy, sticky, and looked not entirely unlike, well, you know. But boy was it fun!
The sad thing is, it doesn’t actually exist . . . and I want it!