Yummy Wakame Weblog
Archive: August, 2004
"Antonio Jorge Goncalves makes drawings of people sitting in subway trains in 10 cities around the world. He stays an average of three weeks in each city, making around 300 drawings which seek to cover different times of day and the different lines in the subway system."
"In every issue of *spark-online we apply this principle to our idea that the new world of high technology has not only created a new 'e-society'—it has created a new understanding of self. We call this new understanding of self, 'electronic consciousness.' Technology hasn’t changed only our societies—it has fundamentally changed us. *spark-online is at the vanguard of recognising, and attempting to understand this change."
women and children first! (on the environmental mindset)
by darren c. anderson
"The basic point I am making here is that species have developed ingenious means in order to ensure their survival, or rather, their genetic survival. It is an inherent trait, hardwired into every living thing. Women and children first!"
Salad Fingers Episode 3: Nettles
"These may upset children and the elderly. And please watch these at your own risk if you are doing acid or mushrooms."
WOW!!!! The HomeBass DJ Set - hard drum & bass the way only the Germans can do it.
Also check out Bym - Urban Jungle Radio DJ Set very tight, high-energy jungle from Berlin.
Erotic jewellery for the discerning
Available at Electric Rock, Gardner Street and She Said Eroric Boutique, Ship Street Brighton.
The Ecologist Magazine - Rethinking basic assumptions
In this month's issue:
Ghost Town Britain
"Supermarkets are doing irreversible damage to our towns and communities. A revolution in the way they are regulated is needed immediately.
Support your community or shop in a supermarket. You can't do both."
"No European country is as reliant on supermarkets for its food shopping as Britain. It is no coincidence that the UK also has the worst eating habits in Europe."
Every Little Helps
"Are you a `premium loyal', a 'loyal low spender', a 'can't stay away'... or don't you care? Tesco does, and uses the data collected from your loyalty card to dictate what you buy, when you buy and how much you buy."
Plunging water table crisis
NewScientist.com "The world is on the verge of a water crisis as people fight over ever dwindling supplies, experts told the Stockholm Water Symposium.
So much water is being drawn from underground reserves that they, and the pumps they feed, are running dry, turning fields that have been fecund for generations into desert. The world's leading water scientists warned this week that this little-heralded crisis is repeating itself across Asia, and could cause widespread famines in the decades to come."
Medical Researchers Grow New Jawbone for Cancer Survivor
"Reuters Health - In a new study, researchers describe a man whose jaw was successfully reconstructed using a bone that was grown from scratch in 7 weeks under the muscles in his back."
Smooth vocals by Louise. Fly's main influences - "Goldfrapp, Massive Attack, Portishead, SneakerPimps, Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Bjork..."
"Androgenous power lesbian seeks cute, young, femme to lie languidly around my pallazzo, eating grapes and looking sexy. Some light houskeeping work also required. Come and sit on Daddy's lap."
Found by Miko.
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