October « 2005 « Rise Industries | Interdisciplinary projects since 1999

posted by on 2005.10.28, under Uncategorized

For all you Halloweenies out there, he’s a cool site on the nearby Danvers State Hospital, with links at the bottom to contributers ghost stories and images.

posted by on 2005.10.28, under Uncategorized

I posted photos from out epic trip up north to Big Sur last weekend. They are under the Flickr link on the sidebar. Watch out for the GIANT SPIDER! AHH.

posted by on 2005.10.26, under Uncategorized

yeah! nice good free paper folded toys at +++ from the kids at FWIS. Hot.

Also, this paper delorean rocks. I am going to make a full-scale one and tape it over my car. Maybe.

posted by on 2005.10.26, under Uncategorized

The svelte and fabulous Tim Devin dropped me a line today because his Boston Typewriter Orchestra has a shiny new web page where you can learn all about them and find their next gig. I wish Boston was adjacent to LA so I wouldnt miss the show this Friday. Keep an eye on them, they will be Typewriter rock stars soon enough.

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posted by on 2005.10.25, under Uncategorized

So I am slowly learning how to hack Google Maps to make a new level of navigation for ArtInRuins… check it out. And for really accurate lat and long coordinates, take a look at MapBuilder.net.

posted by on 2005.10.18, under Uncategorized

Does everyone know about this, because if not, every artists should.

posted by on 2005.10.17, under Uncategorized

This is ridiculous. Absolutely unnecessary. Also, I didn’t know that 9mph was “green diesel technology“.

posted by on 2005.10.17, under Uncategorized

Great photos from the slums of a model train layout – built and shot by Peter Feigenbaum. It takes a lot of work to get a model to look that run down and realistic.

posted by on 2005.10.14, under Uncategorized

This collection of Ridiculous Sax Solos from the 80’s is fantastic. But, where are the Pink Floyd solos from A Momentary Lapse of Reason? Via TMN

posted by on 2005.10.10, under Uncategorized

A team from Stanford with a souped-up VW Toureg won the Darpa Grand Challenge Race.. that is their robot car drove 132 miles across the desert with no human pilot or controller. Its took just under 7 hours. Of course, since the contest is Military sponsored, now they own the technology and will likely use it to kill people. Oh well. Maximum Overdrive anyone?

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