Saturday, 30 August 2008

M&M's Mix 'n' Mash

Thursday, 28 August 2008

R.A.W. explains everything - Part 6


Wednesday, 27 August 2008

The Political Compass

It's quite hard to live where I live sometimes, especially when you work (hard) for big companies, blame health and safety measures for the excess of people in the world, or claim that instead of stopping the use of animal fur as coats we should start using humans. I'M JOKING YOU TWATS! I'm probably more to the left than you focking idle PCs. You never get it. Only Dave Bones understands me in this place, I'm telling ya.

So here it is. The final document. Morse coded hope from this humble Anarchist Dadaist Junglist Buddhist Rastafarian. Let us see your score. Here's mine.

Via Brazilian blog

Monday, 25 August 2008

I survived this...

Watch us disintegrate

Wednesday, 20 August 2008

1, 2, 3...

Wednesday, 13 August 2008

Going for Goldie

By Tom Service:
I always knew it was true - it just took Goldie to confirm it. Classical music and drum'n'bass are musical brothers in arms. As he told the Telegraph: "Drum'n'bass has always been a misunderstood genre. It has always put outsiders off. Unless you're a specialist, you think it's not for you. And classical is the same." Goldie is one of the participants in the BBC's Maestro, a sort of Strictly Come Conducting, in which "celebrities" (well, Sue Perkins, Peter Snow, and other denizens of the not-quite A-list - David Soul, Bradley Walsh, Jane Asher, Katie Derham) compete for a slot to conduct in one of the Proms in the Park events that are part of the Last Night celebrations.

Why I hope Goldie wins Maestro - The junglist-turned-apprentice conductor is onto something when he says that drum'n'bass is as misunderstood as classical music - Guardian Blog

Watch the BBC program

And Goldie's final performance:

Saturday, 2 August 2008

Saving the World with Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations

If you are interested in improving the world that you live in, I literally beg you to take this article into consideration. I am not making an original point here. I am repeating a very nescessary and important point. The tools of social control have been decentralized, due to the rampant spread of information technology.
I know hundreds, if not thousands, of good people who have a lot to offer and a lot to teach. Nearly all of them hold the worlds of marketing, advertising, and public relations in total contempt. They view it—rightfully so, I might add—as the modern equivalent of black magic, cheap tricks and malicious manipulation. I am arguing that the only way that will ever be changed is if we get involved with that culture and do it better than the human turds who are currently running that particular circus.
I am not going to argue that I’m right. I’m just going to lay out the tools that are at your disposal, every second of every day, and urge you to start exploring them and using them to get your message out to the world. Becuase if you’re reading this, I have to assume you have something more signifigant and positive to say than “DRINK SPRITE” or “SUPPORT THE TROOPS”.
Are you interested? Let’s begin.