Saturday, January 21, 2017

Most people would sooner die than think...

As I type this, the new album The Stone House by Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis, a totally improvised album, is playing.

And then a track, Too Numb, from next month's new album from O.R.k.

And if you have a lot of time, how about the 476 tracks that define the history of electronic music (1937-2001).

Learn to be an artist from Paul Klee. Lesson #4 Weigh the colors.

Stanley Whitney, SunRa, 2016. Looking forward to seeing this exhibition at The Modern.
A compilation of the most beautiful Disney movie scenes.

A time-animated map illustrating the worldwide spread of the five major regions.

Any of my Massachusetts friends should consider taking a trip to the Normal Rockwell museum in Stockbridge before May 29th to see the exhibition Hanna-Barbera: The Architects of Saturday Morning.

Imagine if world leaders from history Tweeted like the donald. Fidel Castro: "Ha ha nice try with the exploding cigars. #LOSERS"

Everyone complains that cows pollute. So why not capture their farts and turn that gas into energy? Secondary issue: how big would the bag have to be for the collected gas to make the cow float away?
Come visit Funkytown, aka Fort Worth's Near Southside, and the funky Magnolia Avenue.

This infographic shows relative sizes of bombers, from the B-36 to the B-58.

A great story of the RC-135.

Alas, I didn't see the Diebenkorn-Matisse exhibit in Baltimore but I think it's going to San Francisco next.
Just watch: 10 Bullets.

A recently unearthed and previously untouched 3,500 year old grave of a Mycenaean soldier has changed our ideas about early civilizations.

The online game SWERVE is deceptively hard. And it might make you also want to take the Reaction Time Test. And then you can fly the Red Bull Air Race game. fact, they do so. ~Bertrand Russel