May 2008

3 from the Heart…

05.28.2008 by Mark Forman

Talk a little about life here lately, Offer these 3 cool tracks and blast off! Twilight Hotel-Viva la Vinyl Marcia Ball-Down in the Neighborhood Sugar Minott-Dreader Than Dread


Electric Light Parade

05.26.2008 by Mark Forman

My wife called me out to baclony to look at this spontaneous electric car parade with fireworks.


Rice Waves

05.11.2008 by Mark Forman

Love visiting the country here. Thisis oneof many reasons.


My funniest Tweet ever and…

05.07.2008 by Mark Forman

Ha! Thanks Dave Winer for taking this screenshot at this point. I felt this was my funniest Tweet ever. Now I can say that I'm Twitter famous-oh boy!


NIN-the Shift Podcast

05.07.2008 by Mark Forman

Very knocked out by what Trent and NIN are doing and digging the fine music as well. So I thought hey why not share the love and keep good energy and will flowing around the digital atmosphere. Theme music by Moshang and yes it is awesome and chilling. Mentioned my new site and project Big […]


NIN new free download album

05.06.2008 by Mark Forman

I must confess, I'm not an old NIN fan boy, but I am more and more impressed by Trent Reznor. His musical ability is solid, but I'm even more impressed by his cultivating and responding to his followers and grasp of the Net culture whereas so many from the music business are completely clueless on […]


Day & Night Music Fest

05.05.2008 by Mark Forman

Chilli CookOff bands during the day and MJ Klein at BBQ during the evening. All in all a good day of fun, food, music and conversation.


Camera Geeks Take Notice!

05.02.2008 by Mark Forman

Some Australian jewelry company: Re:vision is making pieces out of recycled camera parts! Kudos for recycling and for using such cool objects to make jewelry from. I can think of many photographer friends that would want something from their collection.


Central Taiwan Science Park

05.01.2008 by Mark Forman

Out for a spin with Kevin, my 14 year old son on recent Tomb Sweeping Day break. We drove into the huge Science Park that emerged out of the cane fields on a hill in Daya. Kevin operated the Xacti from the back of our 90cc scooter. Fun stuff!

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