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Music to keep your neck moving back and forth at different tempos

June 1, 2014

A selection of mid and downtempo tracks to make your neck move back and forth. We are glad to be back. Enjoy.

–Credit the artists…Keep it healthy!–

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Playlist

Starting Time= Artist / Song / Album

00:00:00′ = Wandercast Intro: Infinite Third / (sky) / (eardrops)
00:00:48′ = Gregor Schwellenbach / Ulf Lohmann’s Because (feat. Dorothee Oberlinger) / Gregor Schwellenbach spielt 20 Jahre Kompakt
00:04:00′ = Hauschka / Thames Town / Abandoned City
00:07:40′ = Damon Albarn / Everyday Robots / Everyday Robots
00:11:37′ = Helado Negro / Mitad De Tu Mundo / Island Universe Story Three
00:14:44′ = Calibro 35 / Erotismo / Said – Colonna sonora originale
00:17:40′ = Jungle By Night / Cherokee / The Hunt
00:20:56′ = Ennio Morricone’s Group / The Feed-Back / The Feed-Back
00:27:44′ = Kaleïdoson / Le Passage Du Cowboy Entre Deux Morceaux / Primavera
00:28:30′ = Carlinhos Brown / Afrobossa Abaum / Marabô
00:30:23′ = Galimatias / Marshmallow Grove / soundcloud.com/galimatias
00:34:00′ = Uncle Skeleton / Retrofuture / All too human
00:34:29′ = Colleen / Going Forth By Day / The Weighing Of The Heart
00:38:46′ = Psymun / myintroheyguys / heartsick
00:39:43′ = JJ DOOM / Retarded Fren (Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood Verison) / Bookhead EP
00:42:52′ = Cosmic Analog Ensemble / Station V / Subway to the Minaret
00:45:20′ = Fabio Viscogliosi / Catch A Wave / Spazio
00:47:48′ = Dawn Of Midi / Sinope / Dysnomia
00:56:38′ = Weedy of 40 Winks / Warmuils / Retrospect Suite
00:59:35′ = Ketone / Alpina / Nightfly Vol. 3

Assembled by Wanderlust

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Thank You

May 4, 2014

Via dvdp

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Inside the Cosmonaut Survival Kit

December 11, 2013

NASA spent nearly 20 years developing a form of space ice cream that astronauts found palatable. Meanwhile, the Soviet space program was working on stuff like this:

That’s the NAZ-3 survival kit. It was designed in 1968 for the Soviet Soyuz spacecraft, the reliable workhorse of space flight which is still in use today. As outlined on this interesting site about the Russian space program, the kit contained the following from top left to bottom right:

– Makarov pistol and ammunition
– wrist compass
– 18 waterproof matches with striker
– machete; fishing kit
– strobe light with spare battery
– 8 fire starters
– folding knife
– antenna
– 3-pair wool gloves
– signal mirror
– NAZ-7M type medical kit
– penlight
– R-855-YM or R-855-A1 radio
– two “Priboy 2S”, ПРИБОЙ-2С radio batteries
– three wool balaclava hoods.

The pistol was intended to scare off “wolves, bears, tigers, etc.” on the event of a crash landing.

Via The Appendix

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Reducing Congestion

November 16, 2013

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pseudo-aleatory 004

November 1, 2013

a. Katsuhiro Otomo
b. William Claxton. Life’s A Parade, New Orleans.
c. Dear Bruno, Thank you very much for the magazine with your article, and the excellent translation. Best Wishes, Norman McLaren (1958).
d. Half Armor of a Member of the Papal Swiss Guard – 1600AD.
e. Exploded skull by 18th century French Anatomist Claude Beauchene.

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September 24, 2013

Via dvdp

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pseudo-aleatory 003

September 24, 2013

a.) “Druzhba Holiday Center Hall” (Yalta, Ukraine, 1984)© Frederic Chaubin
b.) Jeremy Geddes’ “Adrift”
c.) Alex Chinneck
d.) A little boy dwarfed by a supersized cabbage in Matanuska Valley, Alaska, 1959.
e.) Bennett Slater
f.) Toronto based illustrator Brian Donnelly