Bjork's fifth album, Vespertine could come out 10 years from now and it would still sound startlingly ahead of it's time. Quiet, meditative and stark, the LP is absolutely perfect for these winter months.
There's something almost Hitchcockian about this 1970s video, what with the soundtrack and odd close-ups (the clay!), but if you can get past all that until at least the plastic-molding part, I guarantee you'll be enthralled. [Make]
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We reported the Author's Guild's litigious anger about the Kindle 2's text-to-voice feature, claiming it violates audio book copyrights. It's an arguable position, but Amazon has gone ahead and caved to the literate man.
The Mac OS X 10.5.6 update broke pwnage, the unlocking/jailbreaking program for the iPhone. Fortunately, there's now an easy solution to fix this problem. You just need an Automator script and these simple instructions.
If you can't wait until Black Friday to hunt for deals for the holidays, or you just need to upgrade your gear now in these times of economic uncertainty-why save if everything is going to hell? Spend!-here's a round up with the lastest deals we have found on the Web, from an unlocked Nokia N82 for $389 (originally…
You may recall Comcast getting busted for interfering with peer-to-peer file sharing communications, especially picking on its users who use BitTorrent. Now the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has released a detailed report (PDF) that comes close to proving that Comcast was "forging traffic." The EFF describes…
Feel like doing it yourself? Fleshbot points us to a tutorial on how to build yourself a "realistic" sex doll out of spare parts you have lying around. We're not sure how many of us have mannequin parts lying around to make a sex doll out of, but a can of Pringles and the end of a lightsaber we definitely do.
Great news for inconsiderate people as AT&T/Cingular's rolling out push-to-talk on their network on a pay-per-use basis. That means if you're not sure you want to commit to a $9.99 (or $19.99 for families) unlimited use plan to annoy people month after month, you now have a pay-as-you-go option as well.