Amanda Palmer, black cab, creep, flash fiction, horradorable, micro-fiction, morbid fairy-tales, neil gaiman, radiohead, ray bradbury, robots, voodoo, voodoo soccer, zombie apocalypse, zombies, zombpocalypse
Check out these morbid little takes on fairy-tales.Are you a Ray Bradbury fan? Read this. Takes 30 seconds. One of my favorite mini-mini stories in a while.
Hmmm…so this is what would happen if Bjork had made I Robot.
I like the idea of people doing acoustic covers in the back of black cabs whilst they drive. And I liked this cover of “Creep” (it’s in fact the best acoustic cover of “Creep” played on a ukalali in the back of a black cab whilst it’s driving out there). I saved this before I knew of any connection between Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman (or even who Amanda Palmer was), so my opinion is unclouded…
Ever wonder what goes into the process of producing a book – from the words the author types to the delivery of bound, printed books? This is how it’s done. No…really…it is…
Voodoo wins soccer games.