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prior listings

Please note: Our format changed as of 10/18/07 – see the front page and full archives for more recent listings. Thanks.


 
  • Uailab 4/26/05 
    Description: inspiration for designers
    Comments: The site recently returned with a temp version and says a new version is in the works. I'm hoping the Hot Sites section will show up and wonder if they're planning to archive the weekly and monthly site selections. In the meantime, the Respect section provides a big list of "great links" and if you're interested in what makes designers, artists, and photographers tick (and seeing samples of their works), you'll definitely enjoy the large archive of interviews...
     
  • Cromm Cruac 4/25/05 
    Description: design, 3D stills, and cinematics (Flash)
    Comments: There's some tasty downloadable gifts, but you'll have to collect pieces of the logo found in other sections of the site to get to the goodies. If you start in the cinematics section, be careful 'cause you might forget all about the gifts within a few minutes as your mind becomes immersed in one of its six works. So maybe you wanna start in the 3D gallery instead, but after you find and collect the piece, you will also have found that the works span over a 5-year period and before you know it, you're all engaged again – so when you eventually surface again, don't forget you still have 2 other sections to cover if you wanna get into that gifts area. I know – it's starting to sound like a lot of work, but the road to the goodies is tasty all the way and well worth exploring – enjoy...;~)) 
     
  • boncey.org 4/21/05 
    Description: programming, photography and stuff
    Comments: I don't know his name but a thumbnail in my aggregator early this morning reminded me why I visit his site rather frequently – not only for the mini-galleries of photos from home in London and other beautiful places, but also for the blog – some interesting content about programming, music, and other things, plus a choice of color schemes to boot...;~))
     
  • object not found 4/19/05 
    Description: collection of found postcards, photographs and letters
    Comments: Things lost by their original owners become "ephemera waiting for a new meaning to be given them," says Damien. He's thankful to those "who have helped supply things they found on the street or deep in their draws that they never really knew what to do with, other than not throw it away." And I'm thankful to him for putting it all together in this cool gallery of photos, postcards, and notes – "peek into a however small part of other peoples lives..." 
     
  • d-i-n-a 4/13/05 
    Description: public events about extreme and controversial forms of "radical entertainment"
    Comments: "These projects are just a seductive and often surrealistic reaffirmation of ideas that are already in everybody's minds." A "festival of media action and radical entertainment" was held in Barcelona last week, presented by a group of "artists, activists and researchers." The participanting artists, or Influencers, like to "take it to extremes, blow it up, and, finally, throw it back to the public." As far as the group's online presence goes, there's a wealth of interesting content and links. They "infiltrate the media machine... simply using the 'fun' factor to subvert it" – and kinda busy since 2000...  [Joystick]
     
  • photographie, marko mueller 4/5/05 
    Description: portraits with sense and emotion
    Comments: Portraits. "I am doing the 'old' way, analog and dark room." Marko's brief about me says it all.
    • keeping the moment of non verbal communication with human beings
    • interpenetrating masks,
    • a way to find different selfs
    • enjoying the moment to feel the prints
    Beautiful portraits, in black & white...  [flux + mutability]
     
  • wideangle.ca 4/4/05 
    Description: photos from local and more far flung escapades
    Comments: Meet Anne, who's based in beautiful Seattle (home of the Space Needle and nearby natural wonders), and has an eye for vibrant color and amazing composition. She's been to India, Germany, China, and many points in-between. Her photoblog has been online since last August, and her photos – truly extraordinary...;~))
     
  • Count Olaf 4/3/05 
    Description: official site of the famous actor (Flash)
    Comments: Actor. Humanitarian. Heartthrob. Ultimate Dad. Now, the site comes from a concern (PPC) you could hardly call independent or non-commercial. In fact, after choking on its Terms Of Use, I decided to take a pass on including a screenshot with today's review (not that it wouldn't be fair use, mind you). So, today's pick isn't exactly the type of site typically found in coolstop's listings, but in the interest of providing a little special entertainment for you loyal souls who actually stop by even on Sunday (I love you guys), I just couldn't resist – it's an amusing website. Where else are you gonna find "the most incredibly brilliant blog in the world?" You'll also find some downloadable gifts – icons and wallpapers – but do be careful how you use 'em...;~))
     
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