On the 10th December EMI/Parlophone are releasing a limited edition box set collection of all Radiohead‘s albums from 1993 – 2003.
Radiohead Limited Edition Box Set Collection
You can order the box set in the following formats:
- Limited Edition 7 CD Album Box Set (£39.99 GBP) – Deluxe box set includes all seven classic Radiohead albums released on Parlophone from 1993-2003 (including one live album), repackaged in digipack sleeves featuring the original artwork.
- 7 Album Digital Download (£34.99 GBP) – All seven classic Radiohead albums released on Parlophone from 1993-2003 (including one live album) available as DRM-free, high quality 320 kbps MP3s. Also contains digital artwork for each album.
- Limited Edition 7 Album USB Stick (£79.99 GBP) – Strictly limited edition 4Gb USB stick, shaped in Radiohead’s iconic “bear” image and housed in a bespoke deluxe box. Contains all seven Parlophone albums (including one live album) available as CD quality WAV audio files. Also contains digital artwork for each album.
It’s interesting to see the CD Box Set is only slighty more than the digital download (5 GBP). The USB stick looks pretty cool but it seems a little cluncky so it might not actually fit into many USB ports…
Visit the Radiohead Store to pre-order your limited edition box set.
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on Nov 02, 2007
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on November 1st, 2007:
- i3L | THRILL – The first iPhone to MIDI bridge for audio and video software as a free download.
i3L MIDI bridge
- 3-D doodle kit – Everything you need to doodle in 3D!
- Jail finds – Things found abandoned in books or stuffed on the book cart at the jail where Flickr user Jumbled Pile volunteers.
- Microscopes made from bamboo – In a remote village in eastern India, dozens of underprivileged children are for the first time marveling at the elaborate details of flower petals with the help of a microscope?made out of bamboo.
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on Oct 24, 2007
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 23rd, 2007:
Dark Roasted Blend has posted a collection of the World’s Smallest Cars.
Smallest ever car to go into mass production was the fascinating “Peel” P50 car (you could almost carry it as a suitcase) – Image by Chris Littler.
From the post:
A product of traffic & parking problems in high-density urban areas, small cars have a lot of redeeming qualities. They are endlessly practical, often cute and mostly easy on your wallet. While you’d need to sacrifice much of your space and comforts, you’ll have a reward of being considered ecologically & street “smart”. Some of the models can go 40 km per liter (100 miles per gallon), which is advertised as “almost cheaper than walking”.
Check the Dark Roasted Blend article for more images of (mostly vintage) small cars. (Make sure to click on the images for larger versions and links to websites with more models).
Link via Make:Blog
Eric Schneider from Germany collects miniorgans. In April 2005, his collection included about 180 toys.
2 items in Eric’s library: Silver Star ORP-1803 and Panasonic R-1088
Hello to all friends and lovers of rare and vintage musical electronic toys. This is the first museum of lost organs, damned keyboards, childish synthesizers, dusty voice transformers and singing calculators. Most of them are from the 70ies and 80ies.
The library currently has 112 of his organs and you can listen to a few on the audio page.
Link via Pixelsumo
Mashable published another list, this time it’s all about the iPhone.
Jordan Chark writes:
Well, I’m sure you’ve all heard of all the iPhone by now, undoubtedly one of the most hyped tech products of the last year. Never have we seen so many applications, resources, hacks, and so much news coverage for one little device. This list is a valiant attempt at bringing together the best of the “iPhone web.”
The list categorizes the resources in iPhone Apps, Resources Collections, Blogs, Podcasts and Hacks.
Check Mashble for the complete list of 75+ iPhone resources.