Archive for June, 2006


June 28th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

New York artist Michael Berens has started the Eleventh Hour Volunteer Assistance Project (EHVAP) to assist individuals who are fast approaching a deadline or the completion of a project and would benefit from his help during crunch time. He’ll give you a hand with putting up drywall or baking cookies, you’ve just got to apply. Check out the archive of his assistance. The project was funded in part by Josh Greene’s Serviceworks, another node in an expanding network of artists who provide each other with micro-grants

LED Throwies

June 25th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

Looking for an inexpensive way to add color to any ferromagnetic surface in your neighborhood? You should try using some LED Throwies. Learn how to make your own throwies. Read more about graffiti and technology in the Sunday NYT.

Nicholas Prior

June 12th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

Photos of kinda creepy New England kids from New York photographer Nicholas Prior. See more at his site, including a nice series on Seattle homeless, Home/Less. His photos are showing at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco until July first.

Wave Dragon

June 8th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

A group of Danish engineers have created a giant wave power generator of the coast of Nissum Bredning, Denmark. And they are building another 7 megawatt device off the coast of Wales. The Wave Dragon overtopping device elevates ocean waves to a reservoir above sea level where water is let out through a number of turbines. And these turbines are the only moving parts.

What I Killed Today

June 6th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

I work with a lot of injured wildlife. Also not wild animals that are just in a lot of pain. Sometimes I have to euthanize them. I decided to record each animal I euthanize here. What I Killed Today.

Play Safe

June 5th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

You must remember to be very, very careful when playing with a flying disc. A safety reminder from your friends at the Central Office of Information for Department of Transport and the UK National Archives.


June 5th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

Amy Carpenter is a little scared of zoo babies. And I guess so am I. More.

ZeroOne San Jose

June 5th, 2006 by Jeff | 0

ZeroOne San Jose looks like it might be a fun thing full of art and electronics weirdness. August 7-13th.

Matthew Mahon

June 2nd, 2006 by Jeff | 0

So the Jersey-bred, Austin-based photographer Matthew Mahon has produced, hands-down, my favorite photo portfolio site. First off, his photos are good. But the way he presents them is fun, breezy and really entertaining. About a third of his photos have a little face icon on them that puts Mahon –and his assistant Hodgie– in the photos with the subjects as they explain the shot for you. You can’t stop until you click every one of them.

Christoph Martin Schmid

June 2nd, 2006 by Jeff | 0

Attractive photos from Christoph Martin Schmid. I especially like the Fire in the Hood series. And the Trouble in Paradise folio has got some great stuff. Makes me wonder if Tina Barney’s photos would have turned out like this if she’d come from Southern California or South Africa. Read more about Schmid’s work in German or poorly translated English.