The Week in Links #24
One Night Left, final lineup announced. I’m on from midnight-ish I think. Will probably post up the mix after the event.
‘Hosting Your Windows 7 Torrenting Party‘ Like a good Onion headline, you almost don’t need the rest of the content…
I AM THE CLIENT! Insights into the mind of a marketing commissioner.
Dubstep remix based on samples from SNK’s Last Blade. Warning: could give you a nosebleed. HAJIME!
Hip-Hop Medley using the new Stylophone Beatbox:
Blizzard Twitter-source game design for Diablo III. Presumably the number of characters in the game will be limited to 140.
‘I wish I was in your arms full of faith or that a thunderbolt would strike me.’ Careful what you wish for, Keats.
John Walker’s analysis of the recent World Of Goo sale. Excellent stat porn.
Hyper-real oil paintings are hyper terrifying: I mean, what if YOU’RE just an oil painting and I didn’t notice?
Japan, going too far.
Japanese arch-cruelty in game shows is long-established. But they’ll never top what happened to poor old Nasubi.
Artist’s forensic reconstruction of famous fictional skulls. Fun.
Isaac Asimov describes the sky. From the brilliant ‘Letters of Note.’
Comic Sans’ creator speaks. Inspired by Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns (?!). Who knew?
“In the context of [the Daily Mail], Moir’s journalistic crime is merely one of insufficient art.” And that’s a KO.
Link of the Week
Super amazing pop-up book of the Kyoto temple Kinkaku-ji, made from LEGO: I can’t fathom the sort of mind that could work this out. (Thanks Alex H):