Those crazy kids are exploiting the properties of high-frequency sounds that they can hear but adults no longer can. [Via Ed and Mefi.] I can hear it—h’ray!—which means if I put on Sgt. Pepper’s I should still be able to hear the “Inner Groove”; I figured it would have gone by now. More-finely-tuned tests here.

Man who didn’t write a word of Ulysses single-handedly threatens the entire field of Joyce studies. More copyright nightmares, via Mefi.

Even though I’m a big fan of its editor Tom Hodgkinson’s book, I’d never noticed that the Idler had such impressive archives: Graham Linehan (Father Ted, Black Books) on The Six Myths of TV Comedy; Jonathan Coe interviewing David Nobbs, which gives me a powerful urge to re-watch Reginald Perrin after all these years; and Tom Hodgkinson interviewing Michael Palin.

13 June 2006 · Weblog

Amusing, clicking links over the internet wondering at what point you're meant to hear something - if you can.

Sounds like the possibilities of a wildgoosechaseflashmob.

Added by Nomes on 14 June 2006.

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