Monday Morning “Impediment to Productivity” 20050807

Good Morning,

A fun day coming up today as you stroll through this one. Get yourself a coffee, get comfortable and kiss the morning goodbye.

A quick one to get warmed up. 40 Things That Only Happen In Movies http://www.nostalgiacentral.com/features/20moviethings.htm

Lord Vader reads your mind. This is hilarious.The Sith Sense (Flash) http://www.sithsense.com/flash.htm

Yet Another Virtual Bubble Wrap. These regenerate after a second, giving lots of satisfying action. No clicking required. I tried to see if I could write letters & numbers in the bubble wrap. (Flash) http://www.funnyjunk.com/pages/virtual_bubble_wrap.htm

Ultimate Guide to Shooting Rubber Bands. Rather self explanatory I thought. Who new there were rules? http://members.aol.com/morganbolt/

Play the original version of Price of Persia online all thanks to Gamespot. Volume warning, turn it down. http://www.milkandcookies.com/links/9843/

A quiet game? Perhaps? Zork Online (HTML) http://thcnet.net/zork/index.php “You are in an open field west of a big white house with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here”, and to think that this is where it all begins for a lot of us.

I loved this. I quote from the site. “A short film that is played entirely in reverse and involves the “reverse destruction” of balanced rock sculptures. There is one character in the movie that appears to magically create these sculptures. Although the film is played in reverse it appears as the man who is doing his magic is going forwards in time. The movie is intended to be very meditational and is a manipulation of gravity and time though the simple effect of reversing the film. The movie is shot in two locations, both in Colorado, the first one Aspen at Weller Lake and the second in Boulder at a sandstone outcropping.”

http://www.rock-on-rock-on.com/video/s-s-balancingpoint.html

http://www.rock-on-rock-on.com/un-balancing.html

thatch

(currently listening to David Knopfler songs and waiting for a Java program to compile.)

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