Links for 2007-12-16

A Year Later, the Same Scene: Long Lines for the Elusive Wii – New York Times The demand for the console has prompted creative buying strategies, early-morning camp outs and recrimination against Nintendo for failing to produce enough machines a full year after the product’s release.

Links for 2007-12-15

MOTY: British Import: GQ Features on With an arresting performance in this month’s Atonement, young Scottish acting sensation James McAvoy is already stirring Oscar talk. Here he shows us how to let the fashion accoutrement of the season—the vest—stand on its own Alternative Apparel – Home Page Make a MIXA – undigital your digital …

Links for 2007-12-11

TWIST TOGETHER LAMP | Modular And Engaging Building Block Light Sculpture With LED Lights | UncommonGoods Create your own geometric light installation with glowing building blocks that can be assembled into dozens of fun and different combinations.

Links for 2007-12-09

Great Britons: A thorough examination of the best of Britishness – Telegraph Is national identity in the blood, or can it be taught? Christopher Middleton looks at an educational initiative designed not just to give schoolchildren pride in British values, but also to identify what those values are

Links for 2007-12-05

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Links for 2007-12-01

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Links for 2007-11-30

brooklynvegan: Chantal Claret of Morningwood – 9 years old on Oprah Setting the Beat, and the Style – New York Times In fact, Justine D., as she is known to her public, is on cozier terms with a turntable than she is with a cutting table; her medium is vinyl — the kind that spins.