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... ? EducationGuardian.co.uk | higher news | Goldsmiths masters new artsA masters degree in arts computing, which combines creative and technical aspects, is to be launched at Goldsmiths College in September.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Life | Wired awakeSoldiers in the field go for days without rest. Now, a Guardian investigation discovers that the MoD has been buying a new stimulant in bulk. Ian Sample reports on the dangers of sleep deprivation
... ? Macromedia - Developer Center : T-Mobile Launches First Flash Lite 1.1?Powered Mobile Service in Europe2004-07-28
... ? Wired News: Changing the Face of Web Surfing'If you want a job done properly, do it yourself,' the saying goes. Web users frustrated by poorly designed sites are increasingly applying that logic to the Net.
Many who are fed up with high-profile design mess-ups are taking it upon themselves to publicly correct conspicuous corporate faux pas, right under embarrassed proprietors' noses.
... ? glbtq >> arts >> Vargas, ChavelaAcclaimed "Costa Rican-Mexican" performer and singer Chavela Vargas became notorious for the eroticism of her performances and for her open expression of lesbian desire.
... ? BBC NEWS | Wales | Pre-punk Strummer tape is foundA college friend of the late Clash frontman Joe Strummer has re-discovered a recording made by the punk legend before he was famous.
Richard Frame and Strummer were art student pals when the future rock star - who died at 50 in 2002 - called himself Woody in tribute to his folk hero, Woody Guthrie.
Frame has salvaged two tracks Strummer wrote for his then folk band. The first, thought to be the earliest known recording of Strummer, is called Bumble Bee Blues.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts news | Obituary: Sacha DistelSmooth-voiced entertainer who brought the charm of the chanson from Paris to London
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts Friday Review | The man who was an islandLouis Kahn loved buildings more than he could ever love people. Now his estranged son has filmed a portrait of the great architect, his buildings and his haunted life.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | 'Our leaders did not understand the gravity of the threat'2004-07-22
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Profits of warHalliburton has become a byword for the cosy links between the White House and Texan big business. But how did the company run in the 90s by Dick Cheney secure a deal that guaranteed it millions in profit every time the US military saw action? In this exclusive extract from his new book, Dan Briody reveals how the firm made a killing on the battleground
... ? BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Black holes turned 'inside out'[Stephen Hawking] will tell a conference on gravitation in Dublin that he has revised his belief that black holes destroy everything that falls on them. He now believes that black holes may allow information to get out.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | Ghosts in the machineThe black and white photograph shows a man at work, who has briefly turned away from the machine he's operating. You sense that this is someone who is wrapped up in his work, anxious to return to the task in hand. It is a disc-cutting lathe: the skilled worker is Osbourne Ruddock, better known as King Tubby, inventor of dub.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | The pop artist who ate himselfOnce he found poetry in flags, letters and numbers. Now Jasper Johns has turned his unflinching gaze inwards, writes Adrian Searle
... ? Guardian Unlimited Film | News | Film festival in a war zone2004-07-20Nick Broomfield on the four days he spent as a judge at Ramallah's first international celebration of celluloid
... ? Sigue Sigue Sputnik Lyrics - Love Missile F1-11 (Extended Version)Blaster bomb bomb bomb ahead
Multi millions still unfed
Amondo teeno givin' head
Shoot it up....
Shoot it up....
... ? Dictionary.com/hypnagogicInducing sleep; soporific.
Of, relating to, or occurring in the state of intermediate consciousness preceding sleep: hypnagogic hallucinations.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Obituary : Paul FootThe finest campaigning journalist of his generation, driven by a revolutionary zeal for justice
... ? MediaGuardian.co.uk | Media | 'Paul's work was like a beacon'The highly regarded investigative journalist John Pilger today paid tribute to his former colleague Paul Foot, describing him as an unerring professional who "used the extraordinary power of his pen to fight injustice".
... ? The Incomplete Spectrum ROM Assembly - a page devoted to the Z80 based Operating System and Basic Interpreter of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum computer.
... ? DOWNLOAD 'First Of The Gang To Die' by Morrissey2004-07-19This version was recorded in Manchester at the M.E.N. on 22nd May 2004 and is used on the singles’ video. It is otherwise unavailable to buy as an audio track.
The download costs 99p and is available as an MP3 file. You can pay with a credit card or Paypal.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Life | Flawed genius of Darwin's arch rivalRichard Owen went to his grave believing Darwin was wrong to argue that life evolved by natural selection operating on random mutation - but he also discovered the gorilla for science, identified the dodo, coined the word dinosaur, and founded the Natural History Museum in 1881. A special exhibition and a Richard Owen trail open at the museum tomorrow.
... ? massless.orgA more technical note on Blogger's implementation of WYSIWYG editing in the browser.
... ? Picasa: Automated Digital Photo Organizer software, instant photo albums, sharing & printing: Download2004-07-16
... ? Guardian Unlimited Film | Interviews | Girl, interruptedShe drinks chai, doesn't watch television, spouts Scientology and is scared of the female form. Now she has decided to reinvent herself as a punk princess. Can anyone figure out Juliette Lewis? Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk has a go
... ? General Announcement Board2004-07-14eBay is conducting a 180-day pilot in the Music category with pre-approved sellers of downloadable digital music files
... ? Saul Bass / Design Museum Exhibition: Saul Bass on Film - Design/Designer InfoSaul Bass on Film - Design Museum Exhibition 17 July to 10 October 2004
... ? AntigraffitiThe ANTIGRAFFITIHIPHOP show was an event including a dance performance by Cross Level, a hiphop girlsband, and an installation by Kristofer Paetau with two fake wooden walls containing one (fake) graffiti painting and an overpainted graffiti which was replaced by two posters (the Antigraffiti manifesto hereinafter).
... ? MorrisseyMusic.com .:. official site - First Of The Gang To Die is released2004-07-13July 13, 2004 - 'First Of The Gang To Die,' the second single from Morrissey's highly acclaimed album, You Are The Quarry, is finally in stores! It is available on three formats (CD single, DVD single and 7" vinyl) and features three fantastic new B-sides. In the US, the DVD and 7" versions will be released next week, on 7/20.
... ? Phaidon Press - The Andy Warhol Catalogue RaisonneThe Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonne - Vol 2 Paintings and Scupture, 1964-1969
... ? Contentious Weblog - News and musings on how we communicate in the online age By AMY GAHRAN: writer, editor, trainer
... ? LC Interviews Dr. Michael Allen - Down with Boring E-Learning! By Ryann Ellis, Learning Circuits Editor
... ? Help is at Hand Home : News : National News : 2004 : UK online centres - Future StrategyThe current funding cycle for UK online centres has come to an end. Ufi wishes to offer support and help to develop the network of UK online centres in new directions. The UK online briefing for centres shown below describes the future strategies that might be possible.
... ? BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Film | Evasive Welles' fee ploy exposedOrson Welles went on the run from film producers in Europe to try to get more money out of them for his role in The Third Man
... ? BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Nano-team spins tomorrow's yarn2004-07-07Space enthusiasts are keen to monitor developments in nanotube technology too because many see them as a way of making viable 'space elevator' and tethered satellite technologies
... ? BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Music | Mini iPod gets global launch date2004-07-06Apple has said the global launch of its popular iPod mini will take place on 24 July, selling for ?179 in the UK.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts galleries | Jacques Henri Lartigue index Highlights from the Hayward Gallery's Lartigue exhibition
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | Total recallA pampered childhood, two world wars, fast cars, countless women, bankruptcy ... Lartigue's photographs capture every moment of his compelling life.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts news | You've heard of the flights, but would you buy a no frills CD?2004-07-02
... ? Guitar Tab Universe - Tablature FAQHOW TO READ AND WRITE GUITAR TABLATURE - A GUIDE TO TABLATURE NOTATION
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Online | Tune in to the futureA revolution is on the way in how we listen and interact with digital radio. Jason Jenkins reports on audio's big expansion