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Today's Pick 
The first 2 issues each had no less than a dozen participants, each contributing a series of 4-10 photos – things like art on walls and phenomenal scenes for starters. From Italy, an excellent photography magazine! 

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"You think of being a dancecommander too? Just let us know!! We only need a short videoclip of your mad, unbelievable dancing skills and some information about yourself..." Evidentally, when !BrainbuG! put the message out, several recruits were ready to "join the army" as dancecommanders and the result is a bit of interactive fun. Found that in his news, then went on to his big collection of other experimentelle bytes, various visual works and Flash animations – some very cool diversions. I like the section of photos too. And if you don't care for the soundtrack, a little exploration with your mouse should help you discover how to change it. [F]lab is a good thing...;~)) 

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A picture of a Mystery Man and the holiday series. Wow! Norma Cordova. San Francisco. Outstanding photography. 

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An editor with obviously good taste led me to today's pick, a photoblog from the Netherlands by someone known as SmaRts. "Ever since I remember I wonder about the things I see. I wonder why things are the way they are and how they become what they are." Things like walls, animals, and what I like to call skyforms...;~))

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"Floating in the constant state of ecstasy and regrets, all is hypocrisy in eventuality. This instance perhaps is no exception." It started back in the 1998 as a small pop-up site, with a number of odd diversions, including the Manifesto Generator and Miami Sound Machine. From that original site, I really like Room, the visual story of a temporal happening where the public's reaction to a public space "became the performance." There's also photos and other visual works from more recent years, including a most engaging series of photos taken in Santiago.

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It's a beautiful layout, designed to be viewed horizontally and to help you enjoy its karma, Marco offers a free download of the template along with stylesheets and scripts. And it's also a growing index of other websites intended to be viewed the horizontal way. New and different... 

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Lisa's oil paintings greet you as you enter the site. There's over a dozen of them and all very good in my opinion. But do check out her photos and daily doodles before you leave. Cool creativity...  [pixelsurgeon]

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A little rough in navigability and presentation, but if you like original graffiti and illustration, Hamilton's colorful works will excite you.

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