Have been wanting to do so something different on Saturdays. Snuff has been sending bizarre links for years now. Thought he might like to have a dedicated spot for them. ( although I would have gone with “Snufflinks”). I don’t know if I can face covering the election. Will be too depressing. Might put something up later. I see Lannie V Dalkeith Dunce as the only interesting battle. In any case, welcome to Snuff’s Missing Links. I also was hoping he’ lead with “Listen up youse pigs…”
Without further ado …
Nicholas Carr on why asking if digital publications will supplant printed ones is the wrong question…
His blog, for those interested in more of his work > http://www.roughtype.com/
Got 7:43? Take a deep breath and watch Miyoko Shida
If only every Walmart …
Use Tumblr? Want to mess with your followers ?
Carl Warner photographs, in this case, food.
I’ve been enamoured of engine sound pr0n ever since my uncle dropped a 450 Chev into his Monaro, (as if the stock 327 wasn’t powerful enough), and Chum Taylor, Johnny Fenton, and Alf Barbagallo ruled Friday nights in Claremont; if not before. I’m therefore as surprised as anyone that my next bike will sound like this, passing at 90 and 120 mph, respectively…
Here’s why. All the weight as low and central as possible, and all the power, all the time. No feeling the revs, nor the gears. Just all the power, all the time
Timothy Allen took some great photos for the BBC’s Human Planet series. I think my favourite is the garden in Mali
His current blog, for those interested in more of his work > http://humanplanet.com/timothyallen/portfolio/
And finally for this week, back to YouTube. Billie Jean. You’ll hear and see why >
While I’m here, this is for anyone who’s not averse to a chortle and somehow isn’t already familiar with Natalie Tran
Her early work, albeit endearing, was a bit rough, but I’d say she found her voice around November, 2008. So, I’d recommend starting around there, and then working your way through. You might want to make yourself comfy.