Upcoming.org is a collaborative event calendar with support for both iCal and RSS. It allows you to add events coming up in your area so that other locals can be informed about things they might otherwise have missed. I just added (and joined) the Southampton area.
Inkscape is a free SVG editor for Linux and Windows (an article about it was linked from Slashdot today) which spun off from Sodipodi. Dia is another related project; designed to be more of a diagramming tool (a bit like Visio). Dia (like Sodipodi) requires GTK. ArtRage is more of a realistic painting simulator than […]
Noam Chomsky has a blog and it’s 4 days old today. It’s called Turning the Tide. If you’ve never read Chomsky, his recent post on The Invasion of Iraq might serve as a good starting point. Incidently, the official Noam Chomsky website is worth a browse too.
Mil has a girlfriend. They argue. He wrote (hilarious) anecdotes about their arguments. Then he became a Guardian columnist and then wrote books. Now he no longer updates his website. The moral of all of this is hard to fathom. He can really write though.
“Seven mice, forced to listen to music by The Prodigy, died” was the wonderful phrase I heard while listening to BBC Radio 4’s news recently. Cambridge University has received “formal admonitions” from the British Home Office for an experiment it undertook involving 283 mice, some methamphetamine and some music. It seems the scientists at Cambridge […]
Hasselhoff’s music finds large audiences in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. David has released over 30 albums, many of them going ‘gold’ (i.e. selling over half a million copies). His music is also favoured by those with the most extreme of eclectic tastes. Released in 1995, this one is an absolute jem. His vocal range is […]