Wes Phillips

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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 15, 2005 2 comments
An interactive New York map (that doesn't even cover my nabe, grrr). Cool though.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 15, 2005 0 comments
If you're at all interested in archeology, you've probably read about the San Bartolo Mayan mural, which dates back to about 100 B.C.—about 700 years earlier than the Bonanpak murals, previously considered the oldest yet discovered.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 15, 2005 0 comments
Meet 2004 XR190—but everybody calls her "Buffy."
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 15, 2005 0 comments
I haunt Post Secret.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
Turn your computer monitor into a really high-tech snow globe.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
You can't make this stuff up.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
Ex-physics teacher John Atkinson pays his kids $1 for each example of bad science they spot in the movies they see. For The Day After Tomorrow, IIRC, he instituted a $50 cap.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
"Can you help me find more music I'll like?"
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
Yup, this is a colossal waste of time.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 3 comments
The Library of Congress has posted Bound for Glory: America in Color, an online exhibition of color images taken by the Farm Security Administration from 1935–1944. Amazing stuff.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
Physicist Matt Sellars and his research team at the Australian National University's Laser Physics Center have "frozen" laser light—slowing it from 670 million miles an hour to 670 miles an hour, and then stopping it altogether.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
"Complete with chasing, biting, grunting, and loads of heavy breathing." Sound familiar?
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 1 comments
I do not listen to Christmas records. I just don't—a legacy of working in record stores over waaay too many holiday seasons. So, when I tell you that I can't stop listening to Dana Cunningham's Silent Night, you just have to believe that it's pretty special. It's quiet, ruminative, and deep—good sound, too.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
The BBC intends to broadcast every surviving Bach composition, beginning December 16 and ending on Christmas. Now that's special programming.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 14, 2005 0 comments
Did I read this correctly?

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