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Archive for June, 2003

Reith Lectures 2003 – The Emerging Mind

Posted by Martin Poulter on 30 June 2003

V. S. Ramachandran is a name that frequently crops up in connection with leading-edge neuropsychology. His lectures cover neuropsychology and its implications for art, belief and human life in general. If you get the time, this is a wonderful way to be introduced to this bizarre subject. The site has some quite articulate user contributions as well.

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The Lizardman – Body Modification

Posted by Martin Poulter on 29 June 2003

http://bmeworld.com/amago/bodmod/index.html

Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeak!

Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeak!

Fr- Fr- Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeak!

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Goatse in local paper

Posted by Martin Poulter on 29 June 2003

http://www.b3ta.com/board/1471040

If the above headline makes no sense, then don’t click on the link.

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Newgrounds Presents: Windows RG Build 207

Posted by Martin Poulter on 29 June 2003

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view.php?id=27549

From a while back, but worth archiving: a Microsoft operating system, plus Office applications, rendered humourously in Flash.

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C. Trumps

Posted by Martin Poulter on 29 June 2003

http://snurfer.org/cgi-bin/cctrumps.pl

If you don’t like the “c” word, you won’t like this. It’s a list of the bad and worse in British public life in the form of an interactive “top trumps” game.

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RTMark: Your Corporate Present

Posted by Martin Poulter on 27 June 2003

This is a nexus of anti-corporate activism, bringing together ideas and activists. These are the people who swapped the voice chips of Barbie and GI Joe in toy shops, who brought you the “US Regime Change” playing-cards, and who have created a special robot to spray graffiti in inaccessible corporate premises. There’s an awesome mountain of content here.

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70s retro plus Scientology equals cheese-gasm

Posted by Martin Poulter on 26 June 2003

http://www.bloodyspew.com/thirteen.html

Apparently- and the cheesiness bears it out – this is from a Scientology publication of the 70s, and it’s another masterpiece of unintentional hilarity. Just think about how much success the chap will have selling vitamin pills as an alternative to street drugs, or how his friends will react to him trying to sell them the ubiquitious books. This is worth a visit for the futuristic vision of “computer programming”.

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Sports Headline too graphic for the Web?

Posted by Martin Poulter on 26 June 2003

[image accidentally deleted. Sorry!}

TomG sent this: a contender for funniest headline ever, although it has a whiff of advertence lacking in classics like “British Left Waffles on Falklands” or “Courtney Love confirms Hole Split”.

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Animal Magic!

Posted by Martin Poulter on 25 June 2003

I love this Web site! Having grown up watching Morph’s antics (with Tony Hart) I’m a big fan of plasticine-based animation…. Enjoy:

http://orcutts1.sbceo.k12.ca.us/public/nightingale/room_28/animal_reports.htm

In case you were wondering my favourite is the Killer Whale.

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Tardis Tennis

Posted by misterchristophe on 23 June 2003

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/wimbledon_2003/tardis_tennis/default.stm

With Wimbledon upon us get yourself into the swing by playing tennis against one of the great Britains.

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