Category Archives: audio

Pirates! at Internet Archive

The Internet Archive‘s blog made a special post to celebrate the International Talk Like a Pirate Day: Pirates!. The post points to films, animations, audio archives and books with pirates on Archive’s collection. Nice suggestions, specially the animations: Felix the … Continue reading

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Vintage Brazilian Ads

As I said a while ago, it isn’t easy find good sites about vintage Brazilian culture and ephemera. Happily this has been changing in the last years and many sites to preserve this memory appeared. A very good example of … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King

To celebrate Martin Luther King Day the blog of Internet Archive did a selection of videos and audio recordings with him. The FlickrBlog also made a homage, pointing to the photos in the Martin Luther King clusters.

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Christmas Linkdump 2006

Finally, the most loved day of the year (for some) arrived: Christmas Eve. Is everything ready for this night? The tree? Food? Gifts? Cookies for Santa? Your Christmas spirit? Well, I hope that everything is fine. Nevertheless, if you need … Continue reading

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L’étranger

To celebrate the end of my French course – until August – here it is a gift to my readers that speak French: the audio book of L’étranger, read by Albert Camus in 1954. The files will be available for … Continue reading

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We love Orson Welles

Here are six stupendous reasons why I love Datajunkie: "O" is for Orson!, "W" is for Welles!, "C" is for Campbell Playhouse!, "H" is for Harry Lime!, "M" is for Mercury Theater on the Air and "Z" is for Zither!. … Continue reading

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Whitney Music Box

Whitney Music Box: a musical realization of the motion graphics of John Whitney as described in his book “Digital Harmony”.The thirteen variations of the music box are the result of Whitney’s idea of harmonic relationships, based on audio, graphics and … Continue reading

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Radio Adventures of Superman

Two episodes of “Clan of the Fiery Cross” from the Adventures of Superman at Radio Nostalgia Network, from the 40’s. This will take us up through episode 12 of 16 in this series that attacks hatred and racism. More Superman … Continue reading

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The Cask of Amontillado

At the Kiddie Records of this week the Edgar Allan Poe’s short story The Cask of Amontillado. Dramatized by the actor Sidney Greenstreet, as the madman, Montresor, who holds a grudge against his friend, Fortunato. His plan is murder and … Continue reading

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