Links for 2004-11-22 [del.icio.us]

Links for 2004-11-22 [del.icio.us]

  • Also in 1963 ...
    BBC Bradford and West Yorkshire News website which pretends it's 41 years ago ...
  • After a massive delay (or hiatus) the new issue of the brilliantly witty TACHYON TV is published.
    Sample headline: "DOCTOR WHO LOGO DESIGNERS FOUND HIDING IN FALLUJAH"
  • Death of video recorder in sight
    Dixons will stop selling VHS recorders after Christmas. I'm still waiting for dvd recorders to drop in price a little more and have a few more standard features like built in Freeview on board with a decent EPG facility. I'm such a geek at times.
  • Finding Serenity: Anti-Heroes, Lost Shepherds and Space Hookers in Joss Whedon's Firefly
    Collection of essays regarding the best tv series everyone has only seen on dvd. What do you mean you haven't seen it? And you read my weblog? Go now. I don't come back until you have ...
  • The 'Finding Serenity' page at Amazon.com ...
    ... has better details. Includes essay by Jewel Staite.
  • Amazon.co.uk: DVD: Firefly - The Complete Series [2003]
    Just to make it really easy for you. Look -- free postage!
  • Film of the Day: Ridicule (1996)
    Boardy French humour in corsettes. What is it about Fanny Ardant?
  • Secret Santa 2004
    I've just signed up. Should be exciting.
  • Coming to a high street near you ...
    Tesco store designers get a real telling off. Having visited the sumptuous alternative of a M&S Simply Foods I have to agree.
  • Fametracker's The Fame Audit visits Jared Leto country
    No mention of the wierd texting while kissing Scarlett Johannson activity. I'm still wondering if he got away with that one ...
  • "Dude. Energon crystal. Seriously."
    With those few words, John Rogers seems like the perfect person to be writing a Transformers film script. Even if his last classic was 'Catwoman'. Then again ...
  • Flickr: Color Fields
  • The Telegraph's music critics select the 50 best cover versions ever recorded
    .. and it's fairly well reasoned interesting list. Good to see The Bangles in there. And Devo (?). But no Tori Amos who's spent half her career doing covers. She's even done Chas 'n' Dave for goodness sake...
  • Work begins on city's 'paradise'
  • One third of gamers prefer retro consoles
  • look up to the skies and see
    Wil Wheaton nearly appears on Alias. Too small apparently.
  • Tollerant radio interview from Russell T Davies about Doctor Who
    I wish it had been Simon Mayo. Instead we get some nut stand-in who trots out all the usual cliches, even asking him if The Doctor is gay. Yawn. Next question.
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