Sorry I missed it, but it was Monkey Island Music Day a few months ago. I always loved the original Monkey Island games by LucasArts. Best Adventure games, ever! And one of the best parts was the wonderful stylish musical scores. Check out the interpretations on the site.
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From the “Incredibly Bored and Have Nothing to Do Category” of kewl things on the web, I bring you geoGreeting, a site that lets you right your message with buildings.
Disney Feature Animation is making short films with Goofy again. The first will be “How To Install A Home Theater.” I really used to love the old Goofy short films when I’d watch them on the Mickey Mouse Club.