The Art of Pho
by award-winning British illustrator and animator Julian Hanshaw is a moving and surreal story in interactive animation about a creature named Little Blue and his relationship with Ho Chi Minh City. In Vietnam's bustling capital Little Blue learns to master the art of making Pho - Vietnam's ubiquitous national noodle dish. [more inside]
posted by netbros
on Apr 16, 2012 -
For interrupting an NFL game,
weathercaster George Flickinger
was fired last week by Clear Channel owned KOKI Fox 23 of Tulsa. The reason? Breaking into the Seahawks-Giants game to warn the public during the wildfires
[PDF] of November 27. The fires engulfed 50 homes and prompted the governor to declare an emergency
the next day. Flickinger's termination was confirmed in the Tulsa World
newspaper, unfortunately they want $7 for the article
posted by rolypolyman
on Jan 13, 2006 -
A bunch of crazy japanese guys keep howling and screaming and throwing jelly around and then there are sneakers and then... I really have no idea what this is all about, but it's really funny. Warning: This site seems to load pretty slow sometimes. And: Try the knobs of the tv-set and these little Icons below. *Really* weird.
posted by heimkonsole
on Jun 22, 2005 -
Radiohead TV: Welcome To The Most Gigantic Lying Mouth Of All Time!
Yes, fans and detractors - it's that time of the year again. But look before you hear, mind!
My favourite band The world's most lyrically evolved band
Radiohead is about to unleash
, after the wonder that is There, There
[Full videoclip here
] a new long-playing record
and with it, on May 26th, a new television channel
[Please scroll down a bit for details
]. They're going: "I haven't had this much fun in years
". Well, indeed! I wonder how many fans get the dark, gallows humour of Radiohead. And what beautiful songs! I put it to you Thom Yorke is the new Leonard Cohen, another much-funnier-than-he-sounds songwriter and performer.[Windows Media req. Quicktime version of TV channel here; Real version of "There, There" video here. Please go to the website for other details and lower res alternatives..
posted by MiguelCardoso
on May 13, 2003 -
I want my MTV.
There was a time when the only ads MTV showed were ads for the network itself. These are some of them. (from the U.K. so they might differ from the slate of ads run in the U.S.) Brings back many fond memories of the animated letters M, T, and V. (link courtesy of Saima)
Please proceed directly to "MTV used to show videos!" and then continue to more forced commiseration and remembrances of media conglomerate advertising as a substitute for a rich shared cultural heritage.
posted by anildash
on Apr 5, 2001 -