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Ready for a big number? 502,165. That’s the number of LED lights the family of David and Janean Richards in Canberra has decked its home in order to clinch the 2013 Guinness World Record for most Christmas lights in one display. Whoa.
In our electronic music age, it’s sometimes easy to forget how music is basically just a bunch of well-organised noise. It seems like over-produced pop albums have more in common with computer software than performance, so when musicians break the mould, things get interesting.
Dead media like cassette tapes, video tapes, CDs, DVDs and so forth should die. I have no problem admitting that. They take up space, offer a worse experience and are just unnecessarily inconvenient now.
Yesterday we saw a bit of Sebastian Loeb’s record-breaking performance at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, but that video doesn’t even begin to show off the touring car champ’s frankly breathtaking performance. Get in here and watch the insane onboard video from inside his world-eclipsing Peugeot 208 T16.
Despite Telstra CEO David Thodey’s assurances to the contrary, the telco isn’t great at keeping customer data safe as houses in the last few years. It has been uncovered today that one of Telstra’s third-party contractors let slip a few Excel spreadsheets containing nearly 10,000 customer records. Here we go again.
MP3s, compact discs and even cassette tapes made our music portable, but before they arrived, vinyl records were pretty much the medium of choice. And with a little help from Sharp, people were still able to enjoy those giant (relatively speaking) 12-inch discs wherever they went with this impressive old-school vinyl bombox.