The Mystery of the Supranational Rabbit (porsupah) wrote,
The Mystery of the Supranational Rabbit

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In which we exhaust the bandwidth of the world, handing the Post Office communications supremacy.

Groucho's line about ".. inside a dog, it's too dark to read" is finally disproven.

Till Nowak's "Delivery" (95.8MB) is a home-made CG short, and well worth a look. There are also some "making of" materials available on its site.

One man and his bird (1.8MB Flash).

I suppose this (18MB QuickTime) is one way to deal with being awake at 7.35 in the morning..

Here's a detailed introduction to the Cell architecture, and in this slipper, a thread on the subject at Beyond3D.

This being the sort of locale it is, most nights, if I leave the window open, I can hear the boy racers trying to zip around the country roads in the distance. Tonight, though, there's one in particular whose idea of an orgasmic night out is to rev the engine, let it fall back to idle, and squee at the resulting backfire. Not once, not twice, but every few seconds.. ^_^; It reminded me of little else but that scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, featuring a procession of monks: Pie Iesu Domine, dona eis requiem.. thwack Pie Iesu Domine, dona eis requiem.. thwack Pie Iesu Domine, dona eis requiem.. thwack

One.. thing.. and its ball (30K Flash). This'd make a wonderful screensaver. Pretty cool pet, too, for that matter.

A substantial feature from Vanity Fair on the manner of awarding of KBR and Halliburton's contracts in Iraq: no competition for bidding permitted, and with open-ended budgets.

Won't somebody think of the tax returns?

W00t! Finally found it again.. the full three minute version of the Futurama theme. (2.6MB)
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