Listen to 5 seconds of every #1 single pop song from 1956 to 1992..
“…using an age-old method of stitching together thousands of still images to replicate the 24 frames-per-second rate at which a strip of film runs, Owens has captured the streets of New York in a way that traditional film and video cannot…”
Part of the Google Books page – browse through back issues of various magazines for free online on this site.
“One or more persons obscuring or augmenting any part of their body or bodies with record sleeve(s) causing an illusion.”
I don’t think this is a real product, but if it was it would probably actually have the features listed in this ‘advert’.
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“Looking at Li Wei’s photos you get sucked in a world of fantasy and unlimited possibilities.”
98 levitation photos – floating is the new sitting..
Animated GIFs of cats listening to various kinds of music on their headphones..
cat listening to house music
Sign up to receive an email every time a famous sports figure or celebrity pops their clogs..
“We won’t quit until they’re all dead!”
Michael Gough (Alfred from the Batman movies) died yesterday aged 94
JetLev is a jet pack that you strap onto your back to be used over water. The engine uses the force of thrust of water which comes blasting out to allow people to levitate / hover..
“This is a very old collection of United States currency. There are even some denominations that are no longer printed. There is also at least one that is printed for less than one dollar.”
“Hey, thanks for letting me use the bathroom when I was working in your yard last week. While I was in there, I unlatched the back window to make my return a little easier”
“Love those flowers. That tells me you have taste… and taste means there are nice things inside. Those yard toys your kids leave out always make me wonder what type of gaming system they have”
More at above link..
Mix and match up to 4 streams of nature sounds. You can then record the resulting cacophony into an audio file and save it to your computer and use that file for whatever you want.
“Italian design firm Lavatelli has created a prototype emoticon keypad which plugs into a USB port. Soon you’ll be able to express joy, sadness, cheekiness and other ASCIImotion with just the touch of a finger! Email users and internet forum readers are atwitter in
anticipation – or perhaps for some, dread.”