Mad Quickies

Mad Quickies 6.8

It’s the Friday Quickies! Surf’s up!

Lots more, plus Ray Bradbury…


Ray Bradbury on writing persistently


Ray Bradbury talks about Fahrenheit 451


Two Rays
Ray Bradbury & Ray Harryhausen at Comic Con 2007
{Anne S, who actually attended this panel, mentioned this in the comments of Maggie’s tribute post. But I thought it was so super I wanted to reprise it.}

This piece gives a little background on the Bradbury/Harryhausen panel. {via Steve D}



from the page

An experimental film in which we where curious about forms and shapes food makes when you flatten them. After that we composted different parts of the video and each gave them a seperate time span so we edit them on the music.
Visuals by: Hugo de Kok & Kay van Vree
Music : Ivo van Dijk & Sophie Ansems


Featured image is excerpted from a mixed media piece by Under the Hood by Mike Perry in a collaboration with Erendira Citlalli Diaz de Leon from Aguascalientes, Mexico who conducted a study of high school students to analyze brain activity .



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  1. I look that Tech Investor News shared the Unicorn Rainbow Gun. I guess Unicorn Rainbow Gun futures are on the rise?

    That Flattern video is fantastic, also.

  2. So everyone is pretty fooled into thinking that the whole drama will involve zombies. It will be unicorn munitions!

    High-ho, Sparklecorn!

  3. I almost went by the Anatoly Fomenko drawings with a quick cursory glance, but then I happened to read some of the text on the sidebar, to wit:

    Fomenko claims that he has discovered that many historical events do not correspond mathematically with the dates they are supposed to have occurred on. He asserts from this that all of ancient history (including the history of Greece, Rome, and Egypt) is just a reflection of events that occurred in the Middle Ages and that all of Chinese and Arab history are fabrications of 17th and 18th century Jesuits.

    I hate to go out on a limb here, but I think this guy may be a bit of a crackpot. And I don’t know about the rest of you, but to me that made his artwork even more interesting …

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