Printables*

furry-convention-kotaku

My Weekend At A Furry Convention by Patricia Hernandez

“shrooms, furries and intense paranoia.”

*not printable

Kim Dotcom, An in-depth interview

Respect.

“my goal is, within the next five years, I want to encrypt half of the Internet. Just reestablish a balance between a person — an individual — and the state. Because right now, we are living very close to this vision of George Orwell and I think it’s not the right way. It’s the wrong path that the government is on, thinking that they can spy on everybody.”

via, ToddJamesReas

Muhammad Ali Goes to Mars

The Lost Interview

America’s War on Drugs in 1969

1969-war-on-drugs

A photo essay from the U.S. / Mexico border

Morning Dose of Child of the 90s

Internet Explorer is such a great name.

The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan

DC History right here. Narrated by Henry Rollins, and premiering February 23rd at the AFI Silver Theater located in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Discover the “other” Washington of the 1980s through the story of legendary graffiti artist Cool “Disco” Dan, a mysterious, ubiquitous presence during the height of go-go music, record crime rates and city-wide dysfunction. Few people knew every block of the city like Dan, and as intrigue about his identity grew, his illegal scrawl became a unifying force for a city on the verge of chaos. Narrated by DC native Henry Rollins and featuring interviews with “Mayor for Life” Marion Barry, civil rights activist Rev. Walter Fauntroy, punk rock historian and activist Mark Andersen and musicians Chuck Brown and Ian MacKaye, this documentary from filmmakers Joseph Pattisall and Roger Gastman (producer, EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP) tells a fascinating chapter of DC history.

DIR Joseph Pattisall; PROD Roger Gastman. US, 2012, color and b&w, 90 min. NOT RATED

Tickets here

So ICY

The Duke Street Hazard

Outstanding Feats by Humans

people-are-awesome

People Are Awesome 2013

[Read more]

Recovering My Religion

Major Scaled reworks songs into the major scale, as evidenced in this pleasant version of REM’s “Losing My Religion.”

via, boingboing

Printables

MLK

Martin Luther King Jr.: An Interview with Playboy (1965)

The Violence of Mexican Drug Cartels

mexican-cartel-violence

An animated infographic.

[Read more]

Shred Time

Photos culled from the Internet K-Hole

Page 154 of 399First...10...152153154155156...160...Last Page »