Morning Linkage (Sept 3)


Unobtainable but bru­tal­ly lovely.

R51 spot­ted in Greece.



Open source hard­ware. How much stor­age for how lit­tle cash? Just in
case you have a yen to start up a cloud stor­age com­pa­ny. Or own a
tru­ly awe inspir­ing porn collection.

Opening up the Kindle. In this case run­ning Linux on it. I’m not sure
why you’d do this but it’s cool.

The newest Manhattan Project allows you to look at what your favorite
lit­tle chunk of NYC looked like in 1609. It’s hard to think of bears
in cen­tral park. But they’re here/there.


Ross Racine draws imag­i­nary sub­urbs. Clean black and white aerial
images that either live in your dreams or will give the 3am

Zoetica Ebb write in Coilhouse about anoth­er one of her favorite books
from child­hood. Town in a Snuffbox. Once again the art­work in a
Russian chil­dren’s books astounds.

Ray-Mel Cornelius paints roost­ers (among oth­er things.) Every bit as
regal as the uni­formed pigeons.‑3.html

Little Red Ridinghood as ani­mat­ed sta­tis­ti­cal illus­tra­tions. Or some
such. Just watch it. (And turn the vol­ume down if you’re in a cube.)