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Monthly Archives: July 2005
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We played Zubotta a ton of times on our show so might as well point people to the direction of the most excellent label that puts out one of the coolest records we have got a chance to play on our show. Check out Drip Audio.com for news about Zubotta and some other really cool bands from right here in Vancouver, BC like LaConnor and Tights.
Sega Toys have shown off one of the coolest geek gadgets at the recent Tokyo Toy Fair. It is called the Homestar and it displays planetarium style shows in your living room. In other words, you get a starry night with out traveling to the beach. So far it is only available in Japan, but I still sooooo want one.
In plans to modernize the school curriculum in Britain, the British Film Institute has delivered a list of films to Government Curriculum Advisers for inclusion in school curriculum. They include Fantasy films Spirited Away, The Wizard of Oz, and Toy Story, along with the Science Fiction classic ET: The Extraterrestrial. For the full list check out The Telegraph’s Web Site