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NewFish contains my commentary and random thoughts about music, counter-culture, technology, faith, wretched excess, art, questionable government, and the ultimate interconnectivity of all things.
NewFish: Providing mediocre blogging since 2005!
- New Photograph Series – “Winter Oceans”
- From the 35mm vault
- The St. Valentine of Valentine’s Day never existed
- The Curtain is Falling on Conservative Talk-Radio
- New Series: Windows and Walls of Québec
- Find the Place You Love. Then Move There.
- RIP: Tony Rice (1951-2020)
- Alexa, Hypnotize Me
- When QAnon Came to Canada
- Project Northmoor
Monthly Archives: September 2006
James McAdam’s bedside table for the paranoid converts into a club and shield in a matter of seconds! Link Posted on Thursday, September 14, 2006
The Internet has got everything, including an online condiment packet museum with over 900 ketchup, mustard, relish, and other condiment packets in their collection! Link
Competitors from Australia, Austria, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Finland, United States, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, and Great Britain met last week at the 11th International Air Guitar Championships in Oulu, Finland. Five finalists faced off on September 8, 2006, against … Continue reading
In Greil Marcus’s new book, America goes on trial, and its artists are the judges. By Devin McKinney | American Prospect 9-11 is an absence in Greil Marcus’s The Shape of Things to Come: Prophecy and the American Voice — … Continue reading
Each year, Project Censored compiles an annual list of 25 socially significant news stories of social significance said to have been missed, underreported or self-censored by mainstream press in the US. Here are some of this year’s picks: #1 Future … Continue reading
The doctor named Seuss is well known for books But here are some other pics worthy of looks: Some ad art for sugar, some ad art for clocks, Some ad art for shaving cream inside a box, Some ad … Continue reading
This year’s fretless festival takes place September 29 (evening) and September 30 (all day) at New York City’s Knitting Factory and includes guitarists Dave “Fuze” Fiuczynski, Ned Evett, Scott McGill, Jon Catler, Ed DeGenaro, Neil Haverstick, Ratko Zjaca, Michael “Atonal” … Continue reading
This kind of thing doesn’t come along too often: These three guitars were made for the 60s psychedelic one-hit-wonders Strawberry Alarm Clock by Semie Moseley of Mosrite (much more about him here). As if that wasn’t cool enough, Semie sent … Continue reading
A new scientific study suggests that teenagers use a different part of their brains than adults to make decisions, resulting in a kind of selfishness. University College London neuroscientist Sarah-Jayne Blakemore asked people of various ages decision-making questions and questions … Continue reading
This Korean art exhibition explores the fictional anatomy of cartoon characters, with elaborate faked-up skeletons for Looney Toons characters, anatomical drawings of Mickey and friends, and many other artifacts from the study of toon anatomy. Link Posted on Saturday, September … Continue reading
Michael C. LaBarbera, a professor in Organismal Biology & Anatomy at the University of Chicago, published this wonderful paper about the reality of movie-monster anatomy in 2003. In the paper, LaBarbera explores the implications of extremely large and extremely small … Continue reading