Around the Web: a 1938 Disney try-out book, a crusader against open source freeware, and sharks with frickin’ laser beams!

Disney Artist Try-Out Book – Do you have the chops? Read the production overview, uncovered from 1938.

Teacher confiscates Linux disks – “‘No software is free and spreading that misconception is harmful,’ Karen wrote in the email that HeliOS, which builds and donates computers for poor kids, posted to their blog.” This actually made me LOL.

Book Covers to make you shiver – Coralie Bickford-Smith, Senior Designer at Penguin, discusses book covers for their Gothic Horror series.

SiDEBAR interviews Mark Schultz – A podcast with the writer and artist.

This is not William Shakespeare’s head – Now all I need is a secret lair…

Sharks with frickin’ laser beams – And they’re LEGOs.

The Making of TRON – From a 1984 edition of Computer Animation Primer. Talk about tedious. Via Metafilter.

Methuselah Foundation launches new website – For all you transhumanists out there…


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