Wednesday Links

02011-03-09 | Uncategorized | 5 comments

Handmade Portraits: Liberty Vintage Motorcycles (Vimeo)
Beautiful portrait and some of the things said really ring true.

Analog recording at its finest. The Nagra SN

Cool Brazilian light hack (YouTube)

Millions of Fish Die in Redondo Beach
Can you say Koyaanisqatsi: Life out of Balance.

In the Hopi language, the word Koyaanisqatsi means “crazy life, life in turmoil, life out of balance, life disintegrating, a state of life that calls for another way of living”.

Will people wake up?

Bicycle and Djembe (YouTube)

The Beginning of Something Wonderful (photo)


  1. James

    How about bicycle tricks during the drum solo! – I think that would be quite fun..

  2. Luz

    Speaking of bikes, I came across this nice article regarding up and coming bike cafes across the country and it’s about time!!!

    This past weekend, I enjoyed a 20 mile urban bike ride stopping at an independent coffee shop & planning on doing another bike ride this weekend as well.

  3. Steve(brokerbiker)

    The first time I saw Koyaanisqatsi almost 30(!) years ago, I was blown away with the cinematography and music. I became very interested in Philip Glass. I received an email today from Patagonia, and he has contributed a piece for the company’s Benefit Tracks project

  4. Ottmar

    James: :-)

    Luz: that’s great! Reminds me of this, from three years ago:

    Steve: I vividly remember one scene – and I haven’t watched the movie since I saw it in a theater in Boston in the Eighties – where the camera races along a dirtroad, music pulsing quickly… until it hits the edge of a cliff and we realize that it was not a car, but a plane… and the music stops at the exact moment that the plane hits the edge and flies, and a huge reverb makes the last sound from the music hang in the air, just like the camera on the plane is now hanging… fantastic!

  5. Luz

    @Ottmar: I do remember your post reg. the bike shop in Austin and wish they would bring something like that to Houston. I am in the process of attemping to ride my bike to work a minimum of twice a week if not more in the near future.


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