Oddities & Diversions: July 2004

July 30, 2004

Learn how to keep a balanced diet up in the hood by playing GTA: San Andreas

July 29, 2004

Batman Begins Trailer!

July 27, 2004

Question Time: Using H Tags

July 26, 2004

Everything you were afraid to ask about Donnie Darko

July 25, 2004

You Have Bad Taste in Music - The guy almost gets beat up at the Train concert.

July 21, 2004

Yet another beautiful MoMa exhibition site: Tall Buildings

Some game trailers: Zany fun in Paper Mario 2 and shoot em’ up goodness in GoldenEye: Rogue Agent

July 20, 2004

Some of the medium’s best like Spiegelman and Ware weigh in on Graphic Novels: A Visual Language

Inman is at it again. Soon enough he will replace the entire internet and rename it SI_nternet. For now, he gives us a way to clear absolute positioning in CSS. Seriously, look at this! With everyone scrambling to make magazine layouts the next big thing, Inman is going to make lots of friends.

July 19, 2004

Justin DeGarmo creates some smooth illustrations.

July 15, 2004

Nice flash work on the International Street & Open Air Theatre Festival website.

Whether moving or not moving, Chris Milk has beautiful work. via Coudal

The cult of Ken Jennings

Romero’s 4th zombie film, Land of the Dead, greenlighted

July 14, 2004

white ninja comics are funny as hell. ha, ha, ha.

July 12, 2004

Blindfolded mario pianist. This makes me so happy.

“Whenever we fell short a couple of minutes, I just kept the son of a bitch swinging.”

July 9, 2004

Flash Zen Garden

July 7, 2004

Filtering CSS: Douglas Bowman (aided by Tantek Çelik) brings us the IE5/Mac Band Pass Filter, a means of serving rules to Mac IE5 while hiding them from other browsers. Fantastic!

July 6, 2004

Winnebago Man. Looks hard to sell those fucking things.