Xmas at the Dog

We got some great stuff for Christmas here at Lucky Dog audio post, in addition to all those clever cards, delicious food baskets, and fine bottles of wine. First of all, one of our interior decorators got us this porcelain dog. Why? Because you can never have too many porcelain dog figurines laying around the[…]

Backwards you say?

Is Christmas over? Here’s a great clip via Boing Boing, via Digg, (which could mean you’ve already seen this…) Reminds me of the first episode of Twin Peaks I ever saw, with the dwarf in the Red Room. Totally twisted my head around.

Who Loves Ya, Baby?

allmusic (((Telly > Overview ))) People know that singing is not my bag,” Savalas writes in his liner notes, “but if I say, ‘Hey, this is how Telly feels about this or that song,’ I can’t mistakes. I can only make mistakes by pretending to be a great singer.” Perhaps the most unlikely contender for[…]

Voices Inside My Head

According to this article in AdAge, A&E has partnered with Holosonic Research Labs to create a billboard in SOHO that beams a discreet audio message to pedestrians walking down Prince Street. The effect is known as an “audio spotlight” and it leaves the listener with the impression that they are hearing voices inside their head.[…]


Trademork today lists the 11 Worst Word Mashup Trademarks. My fav is Blingkini. That’s a mashup word you can actually say. Come on now. Say it with me: Bling-KEEN-ee. See? Easy. There’s some others on the list that completely defy speech. Of course, we came up with a pretty dorky word mashup on this blog[…]

Blog to Watch: Pinakothek

The All-Seeing Eye, Jr.’s recent posts include a semiotic reflection on the color black, a close reading of an anonymous hand-tinted photograph, a speculative nod to an unknown rockabilly band and a book jacket interpretation that any situationist would adore. So, who is this masked man? Looks like someone at the New Yorker knows.