Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Oodles of classic literary audio and video clips

One of my readers, Dan Shouky, pointed me today to a website he recently saw mentioned in an Israeli newspaper that he thought I'd like - and I do! It's called Ubu Web and is a collection of both contemporary and classic audio and video files by various artists over the decades, with a heavy emphasis on writers and experimental musicians. Just the front page alone contains clips by John Cage, Ogden Nash, Marshall McLuhan, Joseph Beuys, William Burroughs and Abbie Hoffman; I can't wait to go through the archives and see what other goodness can be found there. Thanks for the tip, Dan!