My friend John Worthington tweeted this link earlier today. It is a fun instance of internet art.
As described on the site:
In Bb 2.0 is a collaborative music and spoken word project conceived by Darren Solomon from Science for Girls, and developed with contributions from users.
The videos can be played simultaneously — the soundtracks will work together, and the mix can be adjusted with the individual volume sliders.
This kid is better than some I’ve had the pleasure to work with, and his enthusiasm is contagious.
This video featuring my friends in Mike Reed’s People, Places, & Things appeared in my RSS reader this afternoon.
(Via Lament for a Straight Line – Jim Macnie.)
Friend and photographer, Jeffrey Dupuis has put together a 2010 calendar that features his photos of musicians, and dates for all of the area’s festivals. Check it out here.
This was one of the stream of odd links that popped up in my Twitter stream today. I don’t know if it would be more or less surreal if I understood Japanese.