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    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.


    Another brilliant project by Katie Paterson

    A thousand trees have been planted in Nordmarka, a forest just outside Oslo, which will supply paper for a special anthology of books to be printed in one hundred years time. Between now and then, one writer every year will contribute a text, with the writings held in trust, unpublished, until 2114. Tending the forest and ensuring its preservation for the 100-year duration of the artwork finds a conceptual counterpoint in the invitation extended to each writer: to conceive and produce a work in the hopes of finding a receptive reader in an unknown future.


    Margaret Atwood comments on being the inaugural writer for Future Library: “I am very honoured, and also happy to be part of this endeavor. This project, at least, believes the human race will still be around in a hundred years! Future Library is bound to attract a lot of attention over the decades, as people follow the progress of the trees, note what takes up residence in and around them, and try to guess what the writers have put into their sealed boxes.”


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    This post was inpired by the mysterious entity and video-linking extraordinaire
    ◊●TodayNow ⇆ smallscreen ⇆ circulate ⇆ InReverse
    who formerly inhabited Computerlove as well as SpaceCollective (identity "M").

    This growing collection of video links is intended to serve as a reference point for anyone with spare time and a curious mind (as well as for myself). It's relatively thorough, but by no means definitive and certainly reflects my own biases.

    Below this post are several loose categories to peruse, which I'll gradually be refining and expanding. Alternatively, for the bold or indecisive, each square below links to a different video (credit is, again, due to TodayNow for the original symbolism and some of the links). Many of these videos were first discovered through some of the fine websites listed on the right side of this page, so be sure to visit them when you have the chance.

    Be forewarned that my main criterion was simply that the videos be intriguing, either in terms of creativity or content presented. Beyond that, I just went wherever my mind and memory wandered. The only sort of videos I really sidestepped were purely comical ones. While there are certainly some humorous videos in the mix, they had to have some other major element of intrigue. Other than that, videos range between lengthy and short, old and new, live-action and animated, serious and not so much, simple and abstruse. From thought-provoking programs, lectures, and historical documentaries to unusual short films, visual delights, and musical eye-candy. *phew!* There are even a few cooking videos.

    Given the nature of online video, these links are especially prone to link rot. If you find a dead link, please notify me of the URL and I will fix it with my next update (the last update is at the end of the title ^). I also encourage other members to post further recommendations in the comments sections should you feel the urge.

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    { Choice video libraries: Ubu, TED, FORA.tv, PopTech, Big Think, Vimeo Staff Picks, The Auteurs }

    ** note: ^ v = arrows which point & link to related videos, + = more/similar videos **
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    ◊● astrophysics, perspectives
    Carl Sagan: The Cosmic Calendar / Pale Blue Dot / "To all citizens of the cosmos" / Carl Sagan warns against the fear of Science / On Mars & The Excluded Middle / Ted Turner Interviews Carl Sagan / Charlie Rose - Carl Sagan / Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking, & Arthur C. Clarke // Albert Einstein: How I See the World / Einstein speaking // Sixty Symbols: Isaac Newton / Gravity / Large Hadron Collider (and Small Hotrod Collider) / Earth's Radius / Periodic Table of Videos / Creating the Elements // Colonizing Space - '70s Style! // Feather & Hammer Drop on Moon // Richard Feynman: The Messenger Series
    (+) // Origins: Back to the Beginning / The Picture Emerges / A Universe Hospitable to Life // Cosmic Quandaries with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson / RNASA Speech (Part 1, 2) / 10 Questions / Beyond Belief: Tyson, Weinberg, Krauss, Harris, Shermer (+) / Full Moon effects / Tyson: 2012 // NASA Response to Crazy 2012 Claims // Atom: (Part 1) The Clash of the Titans, (Part 2) The Key to the Cosmos, (Part 3) The Illusion of Reality // Trip to the Large Hadron Collider // Cosmic Journeys: Supermassive Black Hole in the Milky Way Galaxy // Absolute Zero (Part 1, 2) // Horizon: Titan, A Place Like Home? // David Deutsch: What is our place in the cosmos? // Escape Vehicle No. 6 // The Known Universe (+) / Millennium Simulation: "The Largest Model of Our Universe" / A Voyage through the Universe // Hubble - 15 Years of Discovery // The Hubble Ultra Deep Field in 3D // Stephen Hawking's Universe - Seeing Is Believing // Carolyn Porco: Fly me to the moons of Saturn // Skydiving From The Edge Of The World // Galactic Center of Milky Way Rises // Richard Dawkins on our "queer" universe // Horizon: Space Tourists // 100 Greatest Discoveries: Astronomy // When Will Time End? // The Elegant Universe (Part 1, 2, 3) // Earth-Rise and Earth-Set // 3D Flyovers of Mars

    ◊● math
    Fermat's Last Theorem // Sixty Symbols: Pi / Magic Squares / Big Numbers / Infinity // Fractals: The Colors of Infinity // Mandelbrot Fractal Set Trip To e.214 // Restoring The Archimedes Palimpsest + Lusine - Two Dots

    ◊● cosmic creativity
    Brilliant Noise / Black Rain // Solar rework // String Ducky // OK TO GO: "Hyperspace" scenes // The Bravery - Slow Poison // Leo's Song // The Presets - My People // Parallelostory // The Strokes - You Only Live Once (Version 2) // Get Back Guinozzi - Carpet Madness // Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
    (+) // Empire of the Sun - Eclipse Broadcast // Chukwa's Approach III (The Final Encounter) // Space is the Place // Carl Sagan - 'A Glorious Dawn' ft Stephen Hawking / Symphony of Science - We Are All Connected // Magnetic Movie // Lichtfaktor: Star Wars v Star Trek // Star Wars vs Star Trek / Death Star over San Francisco // The Astronomers Dream // Cosmic Drummer (i) // What Earth Would Look Like With Rings Like Saturn // The Man Who Fell To Earth // Time Masters (Les Maîtres du temps) / Fantastic Planet (La Planète sauvage) // The Bravest Warriors // Jupiter's storms modeled on a soap bubble // Things That Float // The XX - Basic Space // LCD Soundsystem - North American Scum // 2001: A Floyd Odyssey // Le voyage dans la lune // Satellites: A User's Manual - history, physics, control, launch, why we need satellites, the future // Exploring The Universe with Elijah Wood

    { Further viewing: NASA, Sixty Symbols, Periodic Videos, NOVA, revtyson, Colliding Particles }
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    ◊● biology, plants, planet
    The Museum of Animal Perspectives: Armadillo, Tarantula, Alligator
    (+ / +) // Battle at Kruger // Koyaanisqatsi // The Secret Life of Plants // Paul Stamets: 6 ways mushrooms can save the world // National Geographic: The Invisible World // HOME // A Crude Awakening // Life On Earth // Earth-Rise and Earth-Set // Carl Sagan - Who Speaks For Earth? // Robert Ballard: Exploring the ocean's hidden worlds // Earth's Radius (Sixty Symbols) // Views of Earth from the International Space Station & Shuttle // Galapagos: Born of Fire // One year in 40 seconds // macro kingdom // David Gallo: Underwater astonishments // Pale Blue Dot // Timelapse movie: The Alps // Maya Lin - Unchopping a Tree // The Longest Way 1.0 / Cookie & Paul: The Continental Divide Trail // Skydiving From The Edge Of The World // Lyrebird // Neil DeGrasse Tyson - How to Deflect a Killer Asteroid / Full Moon effects / Neil deGrasse Tyson: 2012 // NASA Response to Crazy 2012 Claims // Lady Bug Swarm // Green // Horizon: The Ghost In Your Genes // Waking Up In The Universe // 100 Greatest Discoveries: Biology, Genetics // How Did Life Begin? // NOVA: Kings of Camouflage // Horizon: Why Do Viruses Kill? // Nuclear Nightmares // Winged Migration // PBS Nature: Extraordinary Birds // DNA -1- The Secret Of Life (+) // The Genius of Charles Darwin // Sharkwater // Robert Sapolsky - Stress Response: Savior to Killer // Bonnie Bassler: The secret, social lives of bacteria // Tierney Thys: Swim with giant sunfish in the open ocean // Richard Dawkins: Seven Wonders of the World // Tree of Life // Joshua Klein: The amazing intelligence of crows // Susan Savage-Rumbaugh: Apes that write, start fires and play Pac-Man (Bonobos) // Starlings on Otmoor // Alone in the Wilderness // Comparing the Human and Chimpanzee Genomes // John Maynard Smith - Origin of Life // Jerry Coyne - Why Evolution Is True // Candiru - The Toothpick Fish // Unseen World // Kuroshio Sea / Drifters of the Deep / Jellyfish (Georgia Aquarium) // Avian Einsteins // Ants: The Invisible Majority

    ◊● interpretations, illustrations
    What Earth Would Look Like With Rings Like Saturn // Björk - Jóga / Nature Is Ancient / Oceania // 650 million years in 1:20 / World Air Traffic Over 24 Hours // Hedgehog in the Fog // Natural Selection // Andrew Zuckerman's "Bird" // Kirikou et la sorcière // I Love The Rain // Record of Life // Polar Bear // The Knife, Mt. Sims, and Planningtorock - Tomorrow, In a Year
    (+) // Historia Naturae // Andrew Bird - Anonanimal // Andy Goldsworthy, Autumn Works (+) // The Circulatory System // The World Is Just Awesome

    { Further viewing: National Geographic, BBC Earth / Worldwide, PBS Video, NHM }
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    ◊● inside out
    Robert Sapolsky - The Uniqueness of Humans / Stress Response: Savior to Killer // Avian Einsteins // Imagining The 10th Dimension // Horizon: Psychedelic Science / How Does Your Memory Work? // Vilayanur Ramachandran: A journey to the center of your mind
    (+) / Secrets of the Mind // Oliver Sacks: What hallucination reveals about our minds / Musicophilia // Daniel Dennett, Rupert Sheldrake, Oliver Sacks.. // Daniel Dennett: Good Reasons for "Believing" in God // Freedom of information and toxic or non-toxic religions / Cute, sexy, sweet, funny // Andy Thomson - Why We Believe In Gods // Ames' Window // Beau Lotto: Optical illusions show how we see // Rebecca Saxe: How we read each other's minds // Beyond Belief: Tyson, Weinberg, Krauss, Harris, Shermer // Sam Harris - Believing The Unbelievable // The Professor's Brain (Sixty Symbols) // Richard Feynman: The Pleasure of Finding Things Out // outside the box // Alan Watts - Music And Life // A.C. Grayling - The Unconsidered Life // Richard Dawkins on our "queer" universe // Face to Face: Bertrand Russell // HardTalk: Noam Chomsky // Hot Type: Noam Chomsky // Pale Blue Dot // QualiaSoup - Open-mindedness // Chesspiece (John Cage) // Carl Sagan - Who Speaks For Earth? // Carl Sagan - On Mars & The Excluded Middle // What It Means To Be Human // Steven Pinker: Chalking it up to the blank slate / The stuff of thought 1, 2 // Mind Control with Derren Brown // + Gnarls Barkley - Crazy

    ◊● outside in
    MY PLAYGROUND // Jared Diamond: Guns, Germs, & Steel / How Societies Fail-And Sometimes Succeed // Bruce Lee Interview
    (+) // Koyaanisqatsi // Why Do We Talk? // John Taylor Gatto Interview / Sir Ken Robinson - Do schools kill creativity? (>) // A Crude Awakening // Flow // Heima // Artificial Paradise, Inc. // The Enemies of Reason (Part 1) // Horizon: Space Tourists // Why We Fight // The Genius Of Charles Darwin // BARAKA // The Corporation // Helen Caldicott on Plutonium // Milton Friedman - Free to Choose // Scenes In Tibet // Howard Bloom - Human Destiny & The Pursuit Of Paradise In Space // Sharkwater // Hans Rosling: No more boring data // Wade Davis: Cultures at the far edge of the world / Why Ancient Wisdom Matters In The Modern World // Jacob Bronowski - The Ascent of Man // Looking Backward, Looking Forward // Steven Pinker: A brief history of violence / Chris Hedges: Empire of Illusion // Daniel Everett: Endangered Languages and Lost Knowledge // Edward Burtynsky: The 10,000-Year Gallery // Alex Steffen: Inspired ideas for a sustainable future / Sustainability // Michael Shermer: Why people believe strange things // Robert Sapolsky on Religion // Panel Discussion - Dawkins, Tyson, Druyan, Stenger, Grothe // Christopher Hitchens - Free Speech / Axis of Evil // Breaking The Spell (WTO) // The Mike Wallace Interview: Ayn Rand / Salvador Dali / Frank Lloyd Wright / Aldous Huxley (+) // The Revolution Will Be Animated // The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal // Style Wars // Rhyme & Reason // Situationist International // The Big Brother State // Slow Food Nation // The 11th Hour // Colour On The Thames // Super Size Me // Michael Pollan: Deep Agriculture // Copyright Criminals // Remember The Future // Wade Davis: Cultures at the far edge of the world // Charlie Rose - Salman Rushie & Stephen Jay Gould // JK Rowling: The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination // Utopia // + Network

    (more in comments section)

    { Further viewing: TSN, POV, Independent Lens, RDF TV, Smithsonian }
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    Kevin Kelly: What Does Technology Want? // Jonathan Zittrain: Minds For Sale / Future of the Internet // Google, The Machine / Inside the Mind of Google / Fuck Google Week Wrap Up // Nikola Tesla - The Forgotten Wizard // Andy Warhol paints Debbie Harry on an Amiga // History of Video Games // People Like Us - Discovering Electronic Music // Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia // Trip to the Large Hadron Collider // How Crayons Are Made // The eBay Effect // Blaise Aguera y Arcas - Photosynth
    (+) // Nuclear Nightmares // What is circuit bending? / BENT 2004 // How the Differential Gear Works // Sketch2Photo: Internet Image Montage // The Singularity // Janine Benyus - Biomimicry / 12 sustainable design ideas from nature // Neri Oxman: On Designing Form // Lomo Documentary // Remember The Future // Clay Shirky: How cellphones, Twitter, Facebook can make history // "Command Performance" (Record Manufacturing) // Neil DeGrasse Tyson - How to Deflect a Killer Asteroid // The History of Hacking // Hubble - 15 Years of Discovery // Who Killed The Electric Car? // 100 Greatest Discoveries: Medicine // Projection on Buildings // David Merrill: Siftables, the toy blocks that think // Large Hadron Collider (and Small Hotrod Collider) (Sixty Symbols) // The Alchemists of Sound // Clay Shirky, Making Digital Durable // World Air Traffic Over 24 Hours // Thomas Edison - Bicycle Trick Riding (+) // The Wizard of Waukesha (Les Paul) // Brady Bunch 2.0 // China Channel (i) // The Three Laws of Robotics // Ditoria

    ◊● visualizations
    The Chemical Brothers - Believe // The Machine is Us/ing Us / Internet / History of the Internet // 10/GUI // Scan Processor Studies (excerpts pt.1) // The Presets - Are You The One? // Boards of Canada - Music Is Math (Version 1) // The Strokes - Hard to Explain // Noteboek // Daft Punk - Electroma
    (+) // The Strokes - You Only Live Once (Version 2) // Mag+ // Monkey Drummer / beeple - instrumental video nine // Björk - All Is Full Of Love // Artificial Paradise Inc // Let's Enhance // Sound Sculptures // Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop // I Dated A Robot! // Magnetic Movie // The Big Brother State // Google PSA 1, 2, 3

    { Further viewing: New Scientist, Engadget, SlashGear }
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    ◊● 2d & traditional/-based animation + some cg
    Orgesticulanismus // Wow, a talking fish! // Jeu // Pa-no-rama // I Love The Rain // Teef Tung // Galileo // Minamo / Lost Utopia / JAM // Jumping // The TV Show // PSST! 1: Metal Guru / Tuba Thunderground Soundblind
    (+) // I Dated A Robot! // Vinni Pukh // My Love // Leisure (Part 2) // Insert Coin // Life is Flashing Before your Eyes // Yellow Submarine // Prophet and Lo$$ // Procrastination // Time Masters (Les Maîtres du temps) / Fantastic Planet (La Planète sauvage) // Une Histoire Vertebrale // The Tourists // The Cat Piano // Mushi-Shi // Sand Animation / No Corras Tanto / Mermaid // The Waif of Persephone / Yellow Cake // Videogioco / Parkour Motion Reel // La maison en petits cubes // Nouema Desire // Cornelis // The Old Crocodile // Natural Selection // The Animation Show // Intermission in the 3rd Dimension // Frenopatic // Sita Sings the Blues // Hokusai An Animated Sketchbook // Illuminations // Zoologic // Kafka's "A Country Doctor" // The Diary of Tortov Roddle // (>’.')>=O____l_*__O=<('.'<) (v) // Leo's Song // outside the box // Finding His Voice // Visions of Frank #4 // Now Hear This // Cat Soup (Nekojiru-So) // A Record of Life // Kirikou et la sorcière // Atama-yama // Revolver // Storytime // Excuse moi // The Animatrix: Beyond // The Astronomer's Dream // Simon's Cat: Snow Business (Parts 1 and 2) // Storm Movie // The Pearce Sisters // White is for Witching // Mario Movie // The Box // Love on the Wing // The Point // Is It Always Right To Be Right? // Ideation // Adventure Time (+) // Khoda // Light Forms // A Child's Metaphysics // The Electric Company - Library / Flower / House / Freak / Hydrant // old fangs // Aliiiiiice // The Lorax // Pinkman / Kill Your Stress / Pill (+) // The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics

    ◊● 3d + mostly cg-based
    9 (Original Short) // Madam Tutli Putli // Elephants Dream
    (+) // A History of Evil // Artificial Paradise, Inc. // Tower Bawher (+) // ARK // Flickermood 2.0 // Moire // Polar Bear // The Interpretation // Tales of the Unexpected // Big Brother State // Skhizein / Good Vibrations // Homunculus // I Met the Walrus // H2oil // This is Agnostina // PSST! 2: Sparkle Esperantumor Stimulation (+) // Rise of the Rest // The Balance // String Ducky // Magnetic Movie // See Through (Part 1) // Kanizsa Hill // Iran: A nation of bloggers // Vanishing Point // The Earth is Round! The Image of the Earth in the Middle Ages // Presto // Yonder // Varmints // Lost Generation // Slagsmålsklubben // Steel Life // History of the Internet // A Growing Pile of Work // Josie's Lalaland // Tenspace // Scan Processor Studies (excerpts pt.1) // Over Time // Syn Emergence // Bendito Machine I (+) // Parallel Teeth // Urban Abstract // The Third & The Seventh // Forget // Alma // Jojo in the Stars // ThingPit // Hushlove // The Tale of How // The Credit Crisis // Universiteit Twente // Suveyda // Wee See Collection One / Wee See Hearts // Tactic // Press + // Peripetics // Tree of Life // Parallelostory // Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop // The Universal Declaration of Human Rights // The Forest // Solar rework // Visualizing empires decline

    ◊● stop-motion, time-lapse, exposure techniques
    Vincent // Going West // SCINTILLATION // Western Spaghetti, KaBoom!
    (+) // Carmen D'Avino - Pianissimo // Švankmajer: Darkness/Light/Darkness (tma/svetlo/tma), Dimensions of Dialogue 1, 2, Historia Naturae, A Game With Stones, Food 1, 2, Et Cetera, Alice // Art Clokey - Gumbasia // Ecological apple // Procrastination // Mister Trash Can // Creature Comforts // Peter and the Wolf // Out Of A Forest // Desperate For Love // The Mysterious Stranger // minitorino // Hedgehog in the Fog // Tic Tic Tac Wafer's Keyboard // Kermesse Fantastique // PULSAR // Sweet Dreams // D’Altra Parte è Così // Krokokot // Two Dots // Lucia // Skyscape Time Lapse // The Seed // Sorry I'm Late // Lego Matrix - "Trinity! Help!" // This Is Where We Live // Potkali se u Kolina // Timelapse movie: The Alps // Plasticine Crow // Ten Thousand Pictures of You // The Longest Way 1.0 // A Wolf Loves Pork // COMBO // MUTO // Stones on Stone // Vanitas // Pssst...The End // ZZZZOMBIES // Lichtfaktor: Star Wars v Star Trek // Videogioco / Parkour Motion Reel // Hints For Better Living // Masterpiece 2.0

    ◊● live-action-based
    Danse Serpentine // One Minute Soundsculpture // Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Snakesweat // Chukwa's Approach I (The Mountain) / Chukwa's Approach III (The Final Encounter) // Space Is the Place // Eros // Typophile Film Festival 5 Opening Titles // The Hunt for Gollum // Aircondition
    (^) // Interiors // Bathtub IV // Sky / Skywalker RanchDeath to the Tinman // Sound Sculptures // Michel Gondry Solves a Rubiks Cube with his Nose // Facade Projection // Ballast // Ogiyahagi - I Love Your Face / Fitness Video For Being Appraised as an "Ex-Fat Girl" (+) // Making No-Knead Bread / Macadamia Monster Mash // Last Day Dream // Ames' Window // Sticky Note Experiment // Bomb The System // Sculpture Reel 1 // Kuroshio Sea // Dreaming of Lucid Living // Raak // Surface // Nuit Blanche // The Heart of the World // Acciona RE // The Lost Tribes of New York City // Jupiter's storms modelled on a soap bubble // Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop // Oil in Water // Flex // Near Sighted / Macro Kingdom // Between // Hand from Above // Bird // Black Rain // Drux Flux // Fluid Sculpture // Synesthesia // Nokia Power // Brilliant noise // Projection on Buildings // Turning The Place Over // Rotating Kitchen // Noteboek // Box Animation // Cult TV Idents // Epitaph // Acqua Natasa // Chlorophyll Skin // Russian Ark // Women Are Heroes (+) // NIHITI // Drift // Rethink Scholarship // Helvetica // Postmortem Bliss // Mag+ // Living Decay // Royal de Luxe // Sputnik // Francis Thompson - NY, NY: A Day in New York // Fear of Girls // Coffee & Cigarettes: GZA, RZA and Bill Murray, White Stripes, Tom Waits & Iggy Pop // Jean-Pierre Jeunet - Foutaises // Top 10 quirky science tricks for parties // The Perfect Human // Maya Lin - Unchopping a Tree // Daft Punk - Electroma // Saul Williams - Coded Language (v) // Visual Effects: 100 Years of Inspiration // Andy Warhol paints Debbie Harry on an Amiga // Brady Bunch 2.0 // Earthwalk // White Glove Tracking // Carousel

    ◊● music: live
    Kutiman-Thru-you - 01 - Mother of All Funk Chords
    (+) // Barney Kessel - Gypsy in my Soul // Bela Lam and Family - Poor Little Benny // Naseer Shamma playing Jamil Bashir // Céleste Boursier-Mougenot // Botswana Music Guitar // Daft Hands // Two Songs by Roscoe Holcomb // Michel Gondry, Bjork and a Paint Piano // Jesse Fuller - Red River Blues // Beirut - Cheap Magic Inside // Albanian (Epirote) Ancient Vocal Traditions // The Dirty Mac: Lennon, Clapton, Mitchell, Richards // Wang Taoyang // Liu Fang - The Ambush // Ustad Habib Khan and Ustad Ahmedjan Thirakwa // Tabla + Water Cups // Hypnotic Underground (+) // Ouleya Mint Amartichitt // Roulette: Sainkho Namchylak // Roulette: Min Xiao Fen // Buddy Rich vs Animal // Heima // The Knife, Mt. Sims, and Planningtorock - Tomorrow, In a Year (+)

    ◊● music: visualized
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    Portishead - Only You
    (careful, it's hq but loud) // DJ Krust feat. Saul Williams - Coded Language (^) // UNKLE feat. Thom Yorke - Rabbit In Your Headlights // Air - Playground Love // God Lives Underwater - From Your Mouth // Boards of Canada - Everything You Do is a Balloon // Beck - Deadweight // Foo Fighters - Everlong // Daft Punk - Around The World / Da Funk // Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity // The Pharcyde - Drop // Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out) // Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy / Windowlicker // Weezer - Buddy Holly // Wax - California // The Chemical Brothers - Let Forever Be // Tool - Sober // Björk - All Is Full Of Love / Hyperballad / Jóga / It's Oh So Quiet / Human Behaviour // Massive Attack - Protection // Lapis // Ataraxia - Deja Vu // Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
    _02000-02010
    (see comments section)

    ◊● people, interviews, documentaries
    Milton Glaser Draws & Lectures // Off The Wall :: Doze Green // Style Wars // Jan Švankmajer // The Mike Wallace Interview: Aldous Huxley / Salvador Dali / Frank Lloyd Wright // The Revolution Will Be Animated // World Freehand Circle Drawing Champion // Sir Ken Robinson - Do schools kill creativity? // Tex Avery: King of Cartoons // The Wizard of Waukesha (Les Paul) // Helmut Herbst - Deutschland Dada // The World of Jim Henson // Marc + Sara Schiller (of Wooster Collective) :: 120 Seconds // Off The Wall :: INVADER // Off The Wall :: D*face // MY PLAYGROUND // Neri Oxman: On Designing Form // Takagi Masakatsu / Aruongaku // The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal // Godard in America // Dr. Seuss // Brian Eno - 14 Video Paintings // Beautiful Minds: Stephen Wiltshire // The Future of Jazz: Billy Taylor/George Russell/Bill Evans // Four American Composers: John Cage // Chesspiece // Charlie Rose - Bill Murray & Wes Anderson / Tim Burton & Johnny Depp
    (+) / Terry Gilliam / Salman Rushdie / Deepa Mehta & Malcolm Gladwell // Allen Ginsberg // Brion Gysin - FlicKeR // Some YoYo Stuff: An observation of the observations of Don Van Vliet // Warhol's Cinema - A Mirror for the Sixties // Situationist International // David Lynch in Conversation // Retrobites: Orson Welles / Orson Welles Interview // Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder - Alfred Hitchcock // Harmony Korine on The Late Show with David Letterman // Agnès Varda - The Things We Leave Behind // Buena Vista Social Club // Andy Goldsworthy, Autumn Works / Rivers & Tides (Excerpt) // Jan Anderzén - A Day in the Mouth // Hayao Miyazaki Interview (+) // Coraline, Sandman: Books and Imagination - A Conversation with Neil Gaiman (+) // JK Rowling: The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination // JJ Abrams: The mystery box // Oliver Sacks - Musicophilia // The Alchemists of Sound // Stones Throw // J Dilla // Rhyme & Reason // Utopia // Alan Moore discusses Watchmen / Art is magic // Douglas Adams: Parrots, the Universe, and Everything (+)

    { Further viewing: Cartoon Brew (+), if, Beautiful/Decay, Secret Fun, Vimeo Music Videos, MoMA }
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