Knox, former frontman of the Vibrators, is opening up a Rock ‘n’ Roll Shop in the heart of Camden, 96 Parkway, right next to the Dublin Castle. Donate CDs, DVDs and Instruments or buy CDs, DVDs and Instruments. Proceeds go to local food banks and other charities.
Franz Bielmeier hat eine Rezension meines Rattinger Hoff-Comics geschrieben.
Anyone who knows me also knows that I’m a big fan of 1960’s television. I’ve always liked the typography of titles, the logotypes, the washed-out greyscale, the test screens.
Over the past few days I painstakingly recreated a few TV logos of 1960’s German television in Adobe Illustrator to use them as wallpapers on my iMac. So far there are 5 of them – I’m not sure if I can be bothered creating even more of those, because it’s a lot of work really. The Testbild almost drove me mad.
So, here’s a little present for you: all 5 wallpapers are here in one massive zip file to download. They come in various screens sizes and resolutions – 4:3 as well as widescreen and they’re all in jpg format.
There’s a new and free e-book out, bundling 5 editions of Ulysses:
Shakespeare & Co., Paris 1922.
[source: the facsimile of the 2002 Dover edition]
The Odyssey Press, Hamburg, Paris, Bologna 1939 (4th impression)
revised by Stuart Gilbert
Random House, New York 1961
corrected and reset
[source: the 1961 Vintage Books paperback reprint]
Garland Publishing, Inc., New York & London 1984
A Critical and Synoptic Edition, prepared by Hans Walter Gabler with Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior
by Jorn Barger
Update (from Tim Finnegan in the comments):
“I chose Barger’s for my new hypermedia edition, currently progressing through episode 9, with songs and podcasts and audiobooks and old pictures and autographs and ebook-links, etc: http://ulyssespages.blogspot.com/ “