Links for December 2004
Links from December 2004:
- Excellent collection of resources on Intellectual Property Issues
- Because I often have to touch up furniture I do need a working understanding of color theory. Of particular interest because of the family of wood tones it encompasses is the page devoted to earth pigments.
- An intriguing first-hand account of ritual space in Japan: "The result is a sort of ritual moebius strip whereby certain areas become Alpha or Beta depending on which direction you enter them from."
- These "idiotic" little projects are the sorts of things that I would have liked to try when I was a kid.
- For you fans of folklore, Project Gutenberg has put up the text of Filipino Popular Tales by Dean S. Fansler. These include the famous stories of Juan Tamad (Lazy Juan).
- The mathematics and acoustics of just intonation. (Yucky page background, though.)
- I wish I had this guide on how to drive a manual transmission car the first time I had to contend with a Renault on a trip to CERN some years back.
- Well, this is an unwelcome development (as is the matching elf-Ken).
- If you want a copy of Seth Godin's guide to small entrepreneurship, The Bootstrapper's Bible let me know.