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Old 2nd Jun 2007, 22:49   #901
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Incredible footage.
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Old 3rd Jun 2007, 4:33   #902
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WOW is right! Unbelievable!
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Here is a page for "strandbeest" - who operate by wind power

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Ooooh, I love those projects. A classmate of mine made a few smaller-scale similar contraptions upon which he based his final project this year - it's amazing to see them in motion!
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Not a great Gosh Wow! wonderfulness but a very nice search engine which I find useful for hunting up pictures. It doesn't load the whole page like Google does when you click on the thumbnail just the image. It's faster.

http://www.alltheweb.com/search?cat=...rys=0&itag=crv

I've no idea who the girls at the bottom are, do you?
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500 yrs of female portraits in Western art
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That's great. All those eyes slowly raising and lowering make them quite coquetteish.
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that was amazing! Thanks Col.
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I searched for this site to see if it had been mentioned yet and found nothing, so no throwing of things, please. Anyway..

My podcast....consumption? has been increasing lately, and one of my current favourites (shane and tom's squeezebox, for those of you playing at home) mentioned retrojunk.com. I've already viewed th intros for Postman Pat and Muppet Babies (awwwww....)and found some shows I had forgotten about (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Raggy Dolls, Art Attack, Henry's Cat!!!).

There's also some movie trailers and commercials from the 70s and 80s as well.
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I was going to put this on the 'PC Good - Mac Evil' thread but chickened out

http://gprime.net/video.php/theirack
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