Saturday picture show

Yes, it’s real.

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About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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13 Responses to Saturday picture show

  1. Linda Briganti says:

    This is fantastic. Thanks for finding it. Very Andy Goldsworthy with an extra dimension.

  2. Erik says:

    Warning! You’ll end up spending several hours there.

    http://www.arkinspace.com/

  3. Power Wench says:

    As soon as I recognized the music, I smiled – and kept smiling all the way till the end. Wonderful!

  4. E.P. says:

    Wow, that was awesome! Thanks for posting it!

  5. Scout says:

    Really cool. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Karyn says:

    Totally cool. I was delighted and my inner musical-geek was enthralled.

  7. Lilaine says:

    Le comble de la geekitude musicale ! Extraordinaire ! 🙂

    Very talented artist, it had to be a real hard work to create this !
    I’m surprised though, I thought I knew what was an egg roll ….

  8. Lilaine says:

    Come to think of musical ‘Geekness’,
    what would you think of a computer techie who would divert her work tools(a PC, a telephonic signals simulator, a modem, an oscilloscope and a phone receiver) to make them play the “Indiana Jones” soundtrack and have the signal displayed on the oscilloscope when someone picked up the receiver…. instead of merely testing the modem functionality and taking photos from the scope to prove it ???

    Oh my ! I was a multi-dom geek, wasn’t I ?

    I even coded a test case to play Midnight Express, if only to remind myself I should stop smoking … 😀

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