Hoc Est Qui Sumus (discoflamingo) wrote,
Hoc Est Qui Sumus

"To boldly split infinitives that had never been split before"

Literary Types - David Foster Wallace (the man who, quite literally, put the "onmatophore into Infinite Jest") has done it again - this time, the DFW is trying to explain infinity. Those of you with an ass, prepare to trip it off.

Radio DJ's and Freedom of Expression Types - The FCC has managed to re-assert itself as the collectively ass-backwards and reactionary collective of fucktards we have come to love and respect, if by love and respect you mean loathe and disdain.

Nothing gets me hotter (in a strictly digital/cyberspace sense, of course) than people who do music on the Wired the right way. Cue Audio Lunchbox - indie artists you may have heard of, and some mainstream people there for reasons I can't quite explain. Artists include (list parsed for bands I thought certain people might find interesting): Bad Religion, Collide, Cradle of Filth, Dropkick Murphys, Eddie Izzard (Circle - Who knew?), Junky XL, NOFX, Rancid, Rasputina. No DRM attached. I encourage those of you who are so inclined to browse by label. Also, is anybody familiar with a band called Wu-Tang Killer Bees? That sounds just a little odd.

Commander Python/Josiah/chouyu_31 - check out Soekris Engineering if you have not already. These people look like they're kicking some serious ass, in a "making old hardware in a better way" kind of way.

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