Posts Tagged ‘Friday’

Friday Afternoon Links VII-iii-2009

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

To honor America, may I present

  • The Coolness Index
  • An amazing look into the most deleted songs on

    Anyone want to fess up to listening to some Lady GaGa?

    Happy america day people.


    Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

    I recently went to two very very different entirely acoustic performances. It’s amazing to me how rare this is these days. Read On »

    Friday Afternoon Links V-xxix-2009

    Friday, May 29th, 2009

    The Recession Special edition

  • Ten Tips for Artists on Another Bouncing Ball
  • Friday Afternoon Links V-viii-2009

    Friday, May 8th, 2009

    Friday Afternoon Photo Edition

    First up, a couple of interesting photo-based blogs i’ve recently come across that show lovely and interesting stuff:

  • hrstudioplus – I particularly enjoyed this post about design.
  • And secondly for a little bit of shameless self-promotion, I’ve recently taken up photography with the delightfully lo-fi Holga camera, and I’m positing the results to my Flickr.

  • Randy Gibson’s top twelve photos on Flickr – some of these are going to become limited-edition prints, we’ll keep you updated.
  • Flickr Tag Error: Call to display photo '3412750032' failed.

    Error state follows:

    • stat: fail
    • code: 95
    • message: SSL is required

    In C – Friday Afternoon Links IV-xxiv-2009

    Friday, April 24th, 2009

    Tonight is an epic performance of Terry Riley’s In C at Carnegie Hall.

  • In C – 45th Anniversary Performance
  • 53 thoughts on In C
  • The Kronos Quartet has assembled an absolutely amazing collection of performers including Mashkoor Ali Khan, Michael Harrison, Margaret Leng Tan, and So Percussion. This should prove to be an absolutely amazing concert. (more…)

    Friday Afternoon Links IV-xvii-2009

    Friday, April 17th, 2009

    I linked to this yesterday on my twitter account but thought it was definitely worth reposting here.

  • 10 Twitter Tips for Artists [via]
  • While we’re at it, Avant Media is now on Twitter – the account is still set to private while we work out some of the specifics, (we will go public with the launch of the new website) but if you’re interested in following the behind the scenes life here at Avant Media, we welcome you.

    Friday Afternoon Links IV-iii-2009

    Friday, April 3rd, 2009

    Congratulations Iowa

  • Towleroad’s continually updating coverage
  • The New York Times
  • Friday Afternoon Links III-xx-2009

    Friday, March 20th, 2009

    It’s been a while hasn’t it?

    I’m planning to make more of a focus on original content. I’m not sure what form that will take yet exactly.

    In the meantime, here is a single Friday Afternoon Link

  • Scott Wade’s Dirty Art Car Gallery is pretty amazing [via]
  • Friday Afternoon Links II-xxvii-2009

    Friday, February 27th, 2009

    Some of my favorite places Not on our blogroll this week – a bit of fashion, a bit of food, a bit of humor, and a bit of politics:

  • The Sartorialist – fashion shots on the street from around the world
  • Always Hungry – just started reading this, but i’m a particular fan of the seasonal ingredients calendar
  • The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” quotation marks – entirely “self explanitory”
  • Princess Sparkle Pony – one of my favorite political blogs for its sheer obsessive spirit
  • Share your own in the Comments »

    Friday Afternoon Links II-xx-2009

    Friday, February 20th, 2009

    the Listicle edition

    My 5 favorite links from our Blogroll in no particular order:

  • Arts Journal – an amazing portal for arts related news and spectacular blogs by Kyle Gann, Greg Sandow and many more
  • Art Fag City – Paddy Johnson takes a consistently interesting slice of the NY art scene
  • Garfield minus Garfield – I had actually forgotten this was here and was entirely happy to see it once again, removing Garfield (the character) from Garfield (the comic strip) creates gloriously psychotic story lines that are way more compelling than the original
  • Eater – my first stop for everything restaurant and food related – they also have divisions in San Francisco and Los Angeles
  • Anthony Bourdain – consistently entertaining and often heartfelt and cutting at the same time, Bourdain’s blog is a great companion to my favorite food show