Testing out the SoundCloud service
Lyrics by James Taylor The Frozen Man (James Taylor) Last thing I remember is the freezing cold Water reaching up just to swallow me whole Ice in the rigging and howling wind Shock to my body as we tumbled in Then my brothers and the others are lost at sea I alone am returned to
On the Other SideOn the other side, the sun always shines No minutes, no hour, there’s no such thing as time Where the streets are paved with gold and you never grow old on the other side On the other side, everybody sings there’s miles and miles of flowers and lots of pretty things Where
Good Life One Republic Woke up in London yesterday Found myself in the city near Piccadilly Don’t really know how I got here I got some pictures on my phone New names and numbers that I don’t know Address to places like Abbey Road Day turns to night, night turns to whatever we want We’re
A classic. Everyone should know this song.
Wonderful video about intriguing craftsman. Mesmerizing.
Lt. Commander Data’s ode to his cat.
“Come unto the Lord with a joyful noise” – that sounds like something an infinite being would ask for!
A wonderful plaint. Posting inspired by my friend George Seaton’s touching comments about John Guldaman. Amazing lyrics and incredible rendition by Beth Orton.
Thinking about all the loves I’ve had, how our lives twined around each other and how we changed each others path through life.
Great Irish Christmas sing-along song.
Animations of fractal sets. Go and watch some of these and then tell me mathematics aren’t beautiful.
Looking down the throat of hell. Hat tip to Say It Ain’t So Already
I love Grover
Tammi introduced me to Rascal Flatts and this song in particular. God does speak to us through music.
One of the finest songs ever written, performed by one of my very favorite singers.
Sometimes ya jes gotta whoop on it wit a hammer.
The pope condemns atheists for Hitler’s deeds? Hitler was a catholic, and a beloved one.
Steven Colbert addresses Congress in character
The ‘Greatest Generation’ lives up to its name again.
For Labor Day (courtesy of Doug’s Dynamic Drivel – thanks Doug!!!)
Great show at the Aspen Meadows house concerts. Eric Schwartz Photos from the show
Fort Collins Pipe Band showing their stuff at the Highland Games in Estes Park, CO.
Bach’s Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor. The performance I associate with this song.
May be a bit slow – link was referred on Slashdot, so YouTube is getting pummelled just now.
Five minutes of ‘OH MY GAWD’ – watch. Looks like a dragonfly on crack.
Great video interview of Pascal Campion.
Music is so powerful. It crashes through any barrier we put up.
Chip and Dale still make me laugh out loud. Donald is a classic sendup of many archetypes. Love YouTube.
Clayton Morris and John Gruber show off FaceTime on their iPhones. Amazing.
This video exemplifies why I don’t like ‘professional’ sports. How does this promote the game in any way? This man is just being an overgrown child and no example to youngsters.
Powered only by soda and candy, this car shows the way to a sweet driving future.
Incredibly cool and fun to watch.
Hat tip to Daring Fireball!
Incredible time-lapse of a Shuttle prep and launch.
This is achingly beautiful and makes an excellent point.
German neuroscientists made a breakthrough in ‘age-related cognitive decline’, a common condition that often begins in one’s late 40s (especially declarative memory — the ability to recall facts and experiences).
The city of Philadelphia was torn by riots – thirty died, churches were burnt… watch this great video!
Fantastic video using the Red camera.
Oh dear… I can only imagine how many ways this will be misused.
A WWII ballad that is simply amazing. I encourage you to find a recording of it – you’ll treasure it.
Jake Sully has no idea what he’s gotten into this time.
Wonderful moment near the very end when the woman opens her eyes. Stunning since they were closed the entire video. Gorgeous, clever and engrossing stop motion. Hat tip to Bifurcated Rivets