Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Miami Winter Music Conference Pics

It's LONG overdue, but here they are!

From Mason's Cam

From Willem's Cam

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Miami hair by Tina in SoHo.

Got the new cut in anticipation of the South Beach decadence.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

3.6 billion degrees is not the point. The new 'Atomic Age' has just been born.

I'm not sober right now. But I think this is going to be huge. The media is eating up the mysterious 'hotter than the Sun' temperatures that were observed during the experiment. But the real story here is the apparent creation of new energy by the reaction. The new energy does not come from any known source. Temps jump from 400million to 3.6 billion after the intended plasma/steel-rod reaction has already climated and is all but over. No one can explain where this amazing amount of energy comes from. It's harnessed inside of a lo-tech magnetic field, how long till I get my RAFUT equipped (Random Acronym For Unnamed Technology) Toyota Prius?


Read the Full Article here

Sunday, March 19, 2006

No Direction Homo. a story of our time

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Sexy new wearables from Panasonic

Check 'em out. Sexy indeed.

via AkihabaraNews

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Electro hot girl ANNIE plays free with open bar!

Right down the street from my house. This is gonna be awesome!

Watch the video for Annie - Heartbeat

Monday, March 13, 2006

Samsungsā€™s SPH-B5200 Gaming Phone


Friday, March 10, 2006

Photo taken from my office on the morning of 9/11

My coworker sent me this picture he took of the World Trade Center towers on the morning of 9/11. I'm glad I didn't work/live here when this happened, but it's pretty scary just how close my office is to ground zero. I wonder how fast I could run down 49 flights of stairs if the plane's had veered left or right 5 degrees.

I just snapped THIS picture of the same view today with my cameraphone. Pretty crazy huh?

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Painful Deceptions: An Analysis Of The 911 Attacks

This is allegedly one of the first documentaries to be made about 9/11. A hard-core scientific analysis of the WTC collapse and the attack at the Pentagon. Excellent, factual, brilliant research and reasoning, with a slightly funky narration. (Video stream part 1, part 2) & part 3).





Wednesday, March 08, 2006

UK Rail Travel Has its Perks


Sent in by Towleroad correspondent Lloyd.

Towleroad loves reader contributions, and I know there are plenty of cameras out there. Please feel free to send in any photos that might be of interest!

Time Lapse in Times Square

We've said it before and we'll say it again: we love time-lapse videos. There's something so pleasing about watching little cars and people zoom by in starts and fits, against a techno-soundtrack. [Runner up for video of the day: this girl in Brooklyn getting freaky to Iggy Pop's "The Passenger". Hotness!]


Ain't Nothin' But a House Party

Date: Friday, March 10th
Time: 10:00pm - 6:00am
Location: Union Square Ballroom (27 Union Square West between 15th and 16th)
Cost: Free with flyer before midnight, $10 after with flyer
Summary: An old school NYC House throw down with some of the original DJs on the scene. This place goes late and gets sweaty.

House party is right. In that deep, funky, old school NYC house that keeps you dancing all night. This is one of the best spots to get down on the weekend without the mess, hassle, and door charge of the city's larger venues (and better music). Marlon D and Jellybean Benittez - who have been bringing deep house to NYC since the Paradise Garage and Studio 54 days - continue their aptly titled monthly. This monthly packs the Union Square Ballroom with people sweating from the rafters until sunrise.

Listen to a Marlon D set from 1994 (Real)

Monday, March 06, 2006

The Simpsons are ALIVE! ALIVE!

OK, so we know this has nothing to do with New York. And we already wasted our "Gothamist Random Video of the Day" tag on that helicopter crash. But it's Sunday, and nice out, and we've been distracted by the idea of the Times telling us that Bushwick is the new black. So yeah, check this live-action British Promo for that classic of American animated television: The Simpsons.

Those wacky Brits!