Mar 31, 2006


Today I saw the movie 9/11 revisited. It supports the claims that the official explanation of the collapse of the towers are completely inadequate. And it hints at implications of the more (only?!) plausible explanation. Watch it. It's seems interesting and relevant... but also to good/bad to be true. Certainly not boring.


I, on the other hand have my own theory... dug out of an old Donald Duck magazine... how couold they have known, years before. Disney? Well, he's conveniently dead... to good/bad to be true you say....hmmmm...



An anonymous (...hmmm .... yes - I am suspicious too... ) comment to this post has revealed this picture:


Coincidence? I don't think so! This smells of... something....



Danish online poetry magazine Afsnit P have today opened the online exhibition Svevedikt (floatpoem) by Norwegian poet Ottar Ormstadt. Obviously most fun if you can read scandiwanian of some kind... but still... it's very visual poetry...


Mar 30, 2006

Tactile Balls

Yes, yes, I know what you're thinking ... and I'm thinking it too. But to begin with all I'm talking about is this project:

Distance tactile ball
- 2 tracking balls connected via radio tranceivers, push one and the other one repeats the movement in realtime. Enabling people to do longdistance physical communication.
I'm sure this is technically difficult to achieve for one lonesome design student. But it's not really interesting either, too banal imho, not getting to the core of things.

Here's another attempt - connected by mobile phones, through these devices a grandmother in Chicago can hug her grandchild in Alaska.

Slightly more advanced... but still... (not to mention the fact that this concept should make sense to both a 75 and a 2 year old). And it's even thought up by people at MIT.

Then where is the real things happening? I'll tell you: In the field known by the technical term "Dildonics". From a reliable source I've been told that the only people doing serious non-commercial research in this are, surprise, the Germans. But I'm sure that is nothing compared to what the porn industry is pushing into it.... unfortunately, with their limited imagination, they don't seem to have gotten much further than this:

But don't despair - Dildonics has got it's future in front of it. Domain name phishing is happening and the opensource community is on to it as well. Just wait. The future is coming. I'm sure. And I'll be there, waiting, to use their filthy technology for something that really matters (yes, the rumors are true - there are other things in life than sex).

Kowloon Walled City II


I've written about this place before before and it deserves an update.

On the forum of the SkyscraperPage, there is a thread which I belive must be the biggest collection of info and pictures of Kowloon Walled city on the net.


Mar 29, 2006



From the Shelter Series by Anthony Goicolea.

"The composed wooded scenes depicted in many of the photos are bisected into two halves and are often times seen as a cross-section of themselves." ... hmmm, interesting...

via (I think, but it's old): pruned

Mar 28, 2006

Miracle of Birth

The Birth of Sean Preston

Full title of this sculpture: Monument to Pro-Life: The birth of Sean Preston... so, to get all this straight - This is a sculpture of Britney spears giving birth on a bear rug... and it's not a joke, but a serious pro-life, anti abortion, statement... wow... by artist Daniel Edwards.

Read all about it! ...(and more pictures too)

Via Beautiful Destruction

...ok, I'll go and do something sensible now...hmmm....

UPDATE: After having been brought to the worlds attention here on Adam in the World, the more mainstream media have now picked up the story... fx BBC and CNN .... BUT does this mean that what we've all been waiting for might soon appear - the picture from BEHIND!??

Flowers II

What a body! Whish I could make mechanics as complex and beautiful as this. Pic taken by Thioof - I've shown a bit of his stuff before.

Mar 27, 2006

La Famiglia Anandamide

A family album of a most unusual family. Fx. Anandamide's great great grandfather was one of the police officers responsible for the arrest of Pinnochio.

And don't miss his drawings either.

Mar 26, 2006

Sound Doctor


Swarm - a sound installation by Dr. Nigel Helyer. He seem to be making a whole lot of very delicious projects.

Oh, and I've put up a new link too - to fabulist, another one of them blogs that gathers all the best finds of the net... just like mine ... I've found a few interesting things there.

Aaand I'm doing my final project at the moment. An extra bit of excitement in an otherwise dull and grey period. Got some stuff from that on flickr