Archive for the 'Sat-urday' Category

I Thought It Was About Aquaculture

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

Here’s the YouTube trailer for the latest feature film I edited, Crustacean.
Exploitable elements include Yours Truly as The Bearded Fat Lady, a lobster clawed humanoid mute murdering man beast, nudity, violence, bad language, and funny satire.
The description at the CrustaceanTheMovie channel reads:
“Crustacean is a Comedy Horror Feature Film Written and Directed by L.J. Dopp […]

Sliding It In Alternate History

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Here’s a recording of Tracy Torme’ at the KHC that I just found on an old computer. He is introduced by Brad Linaweaver.
MP3 (32 min. 44 sec.)
Tracy Torme’ was the speaker at the Karl Hess Club (a libertarian group, but not just Libertarian Party supporters, some of us are anarchists) on October 17, 2005, […]

Spare Change, Acceleration & Limits

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

Wildman Steve Brill
A Slashdot post reports that Space Energy, Inc. claims to have a rock solid business model for their plan to beam down power via microwaves from solar energy collectors in space. I’ll get to survivalism and foraging in a minute, stay with me.
In a page linked from that article, at Universe Today, “aerospace […]

Virtual Bike Lane Lasers

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

This Sat-urday item (what I’m calling satellite and other green/off-grid tech news) is from Cory Doctorow’s Boing Boing post about LightLane, a concept device that paints bike lanes using portable lasers from the bicycle.
Quoting the Good Magazine blog post “Superb Idea: Bike Lane That Travels With You’:
“While ridership is increasing every year, bicycle safety remains […]