"Embedded in collective memory are unique instances of the personal No commercial work is outside of the reach of artistic reclamation Likewise no artistic project is outside the reach of commercial implications
It is in the weird stasis of in-between zones that this polarized system breaks down This zone contains secrets that inform the future via exploding the past
[Nostalgia's failure is a decoding force]
Nostalgia is transformative because nostalgia is innately vague A memory that desires to be total and sublime, but can never be"
Memory Vague is the first collection of music videos by Daniel Lopatin under his solo handle, Oneohtrix Point Never. Created entirely from YouTube videos and edited in Windows Movie Maker, Lopatin recomposes outmoded video graphic landscapes via repetition and abuse, serving as allegory for his compositional style. Much of the footage is appropriated high fidelity equipment advertisements -- a point of fascination for Lopatin whose aesthetic culls from recontextualizing 1980's synthesizer and computer music. Less time warp, more time-space fold, Memory Vague is a kaleidoscope of brain seizures played out on a two-dimensional grid-scape.
Against the background of Sergei Prokofiev's "Scherzo" from 'Piano Concerto, No. 2, Op.16', various visual games of movement and transformation are presented for the viewer. These visual games include: geometric figures dancing over and within a pool of water; people playing a symmetrical game of catch; building interiors changing shape; walls and hangings in an art gallery moving positions; and an audience watching a symphony orchestra perform. Written by Huggo
Backyard Baseball: Pablo Sanchez Theme Song Possibly the greatest character to ever grace computer games The supposedly foreign kid that doesn't speak English, which is a lie that you'd know if you ever held Shift and clicked on Pablo as you will see at the end of this video. Pablo is easily the best kid. He is great at everything. No downsides to picking him. Very fitting nickname. He was made to be unfair. His theme makes me think of experiencing a triumphant victory, then celebrating about it. via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQUz1c4trBw
This is a video Press Kit originally offered to the broadcast media for unlimited use with no restrictions. This lengthy 1994 EPK from The Learning Company deals with educational PC title Reader Rabbit Interactive Reading Journey, and includes a tour of the CD-ROM software, billed as 'the complete learn to read program', as well as showing children using the software.
Rundown of The Oregon Trail (1992): Just a quick rundown of the classic 1992 computer game, The Oregon Trail. Usually I hate internet tutorial people, but this guy gets it. For those of you from poor schools/or are older and never got to play this game, learn about it and feast your heart out. For the rest of us lucky children at heart, caulk your walgons and ford through memory lane...
Oregon Trail in 60 seconds from Gamespot.com by Jeff Gerstmann.
Fist of the North Star (北斗の拳Hokuto no Ken?) is a Japanese manga series written by Buronson and drawn by Tetsuo Hara that was serialized inWeekly Shōnen Jump from 1983 to 1988, spanning 245 chapters, which were initially collected in a 27-volume tankōbon edition by Shueisha. Set in a post-apocalyptic world that has been destroyed by a nuclear war, the story centers around a warrior named Kenshiro, the successor of a deadly martial art style known as Hokuto Shinken, which gives him the ability to kill most adversaries from within through the use of the human body's secret vital points, often resulting in an exceptionally violent and gory death. Kenshiro dedicates his life to fighting against the various ravagers who threaten the lives of the weak and innocent, as well as rival martial artists, including his own "brothers" from the same clan.
The manga was adapted into an anime TV series produced by Toei Animation which aired on Fuji TV affiliates from 1984 through 1988, comprising a combined total of 152 episodes. Several films, OVAs, and video games had been produced as well, including a series of spin-offs centering around other characters from the original story.
The original manga was republished in English by Viz Communications as a monthly comic book, and later by Gutsoon! Entertainment as a series of colorized graphic novels, although neither translation was completed. English adaptations of other Fist of the North Star media have also been licensed to other companies, including the TV series and the original 1986 film.