Speaking of self-referential artmaking, Jack Masters figured out the right thing to do with Artpad, the creative website with the most onerous terms and conditions you will ever involuntarily agree to just by drawing a pitcher.

Michael Bell-Smith has been cast in an amazing one-act ballet, as a slow moving robot that looks like a cross between Big Bird and a toothbrush.

Travis Hallenbeck (and a bunch of other people on delicio.us) posted the page of a cassette dj with exquisite gear made of particle board.

Paul Slocum has updated his Loopcart ROM, a tracker program for the Atari 2600. Click to load an .mp3 example here. I like the way it starts out videogamy and gets more syncopated and weird.

- tom moody 6-18-2005 10:28 pm

btw: keeping it current, listen to a snippete of the newly discovered bach aria.
- bill 6-18-2005 11:16 pm

Godfather of techno.
- tom moody 6-18-2005 11:47 pm

i didn't see the robot in that ballet!? all i could see was a woman and a giant penis pinata.
- annoooonymous (guest) 6-19-2005 2:16 am

I was trying to be polite and not mention that...
- tom moody 6-19-2005 4:11 am


- george (guest) 6-19-2005 6:48 pm

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- paul (guest) 6-20-2005 11:13 pm

Kind of takes the joy right out of it...
- tom moody 6-21-2005 2:18 am

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