The Bunny Museum is a house full of bunnies. Over 30,000 of them. Plush bunnies, wooden bunnies, wax bunnies, chocolate bunnies, pewter bunnies, topiary bunnies, clay bunnies, stainless steel bunnies, rubber bunnies, painted bunnies, iron bunnies, shag bunnies, and even three live bunnies. “But no Playboy bunnies, we’re not into that around here,” owner Candace […]
This is a screencast of the DRM talk I gave last week at O’Reilly Media’s Tools of Change for Publishing conference.
The latest innovation in ebook technology isn’t digital. It’s aerosol. At least, that’s what the DuroSport Corporation would have us believe. The company has just released an “aerosol ebook enhancer” called Smell of Books. The first question that comes to mind is, why? Who would possibly want the smell of books in a can? Apparently,
It was the night before SXSW 2008 kicked off, and Kassia Krozser, Erik Hersman, and I were hanging out at the pre-party at the Six Lounge in Austin. Erik explained that the guy in the corner, who looked remarkably like Jeff Bezos, actually was Jeff Bezos. The truth is, there are a lot of guys
Recorded in 1987, this is one of the more unusual Jonathan Richman interviews you will ever hear. How unusual? Well, I think it’s safe to say that this is probably the first and only time a janitor ever interviewed Jonathan Richman. Of course, we call them maintenance engineers these days, but back in the Reagan era, things weren’t so politically correct.
This edition of Medialoper’s occasional podcast features an interview with the legendary blues singer Screamin’ Jay Hawkins. Unfortunately, Jay passed away in February of 2000, but I was fortunate enough to spend an afternoon with him in October 1987.