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Mr. Zach Curd pointed out that at 1:00 and 1:49, there are some pretty blatant pitch correction artifacts on the vocal. Good job guys.

You don't see too many independent transformer designers.

Waxy discusses and mines an obsessively detailed dump of pop chart metadata. Unhealthily time-intensive coding ideas: sparked.

One of my favorites, not currently in print.

The short premiered at TAL's distributed 'live event' in movie theaters nationwide last week. The story is told by Radio Lab's Robert Krulwich.

The results of randomly selected groups of four people tasked with writing and recording a song in an hour.

The DS has wifi so this method seems like an unnecessary gimmick until you take into account sharing the sound files online. Only out in Japan thus far, but there's already some level-swap activity on youtube.

The sounds are produced via miniature bellows and paper cones. I had no idea such things existed.

Sculpture with carefully placed perferations reveals different stanzas of a poem based on the position of the sun.

The best Star Wars figures ever.