Saturday, March 18, 2006

Cool | Nosferatu (1922)

The 1922 silent horrormovie "Nosferatu; eine Symphonie des Grauens" is a classic. Now you can download this flick at the Internet Archives here. Max Schreck as count Orlok is more scary than the Dracula as we know him in later movies. (Dracula was renamed to Orlok for copyright reasons in 1922) The grainy black and white adds atmosphere to the scenes and you don't miss the voices. The scenes and the music speaks for itself. More info on this movie on IMDB

Friday, March 17, 2006

Science | Best map of the early Universe

(source: New Scientist) ..."On Thursday, the WMAP team revealed the best map ever drawn of microwaves from the early universe, showing variations in the brightness of radiation from primordial matter. The pattern of these variations fits the predictions of a physical theory called inflation, which suggests that during the first split second of existence the universe expanded incredibly fast...." read more

Tech | Windows XP on IntelMac

From AppleInsider: "A contest aimed at developing a solution that would allow owner's of Apple Computer's new Intel-based Macs to run both Apple's Mac OS X and Mircrosoft's Windows XP operating systems natively on their computers appears to have a winner." (source) Read how to do it on ArsTechnica

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Podcast | Joe Satriani

Cool podcast from guitarist-extraordinaire Joe Satriani. Check it here

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Photography | Flanders Expo Building 2


Photography | Flanders Expo Building


Cool Site | Videodownload

Sites with online streaming videocontent are hot. But like Youtube and Googlevideo it's sometimes tricky to actually download a video to your harddisk. Keepvid has a solution. Just copy/paste the streaming video url in the download box, hit the download button and start downloading to HD.
Alternative for Googlevideo is Googlevideodownload.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Software | Linotype Fontexplorer X

Do you use a lot of fonts and want to have a good fontmanagement system? Get a nice FREE alternative for Suitcase: The Linotype Fontexplorer X. Get it here (Mac only)