2011 Jun 20, 2:36A mix of 36 YouTube videos of various people playing Radiohead's Paranoid Android. It sounds good but the video too is very compelling. Also I would be psych'ed if it were my video picked to
rock out at 2:50.
2010 Sep 4, 8:10"Reminiscent of the Beastie Boys "Awesome; I Fuckin'Shot That", more than 50 Radiohead fans captured the band's Aug. 23 show in Prague on Flip cameras, with the resulting footage later assembled into
the new Live In Praha DVD." radioheadmusicvideoyoutube
2010 Jul 21, 3:08"Amanda Palmer Performs The Popular Hits Of Radiohead On Her Magical Ukulele" "Immediate download of 7-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly
desire. Buy Now $0.84 USD or more"amanda-palmeraudiodownloadmp3musicradioheadukulele
2010 Jun 22, 3:24"On July 20th Amanda will be releasing an EP of Radiohead cover songs titled Amanda Palmer Performs The Popular Hits of Radiohead on Her Magical Ukulele." Includes her cover of Idioteque.
Chris Hardwick as half of Hard'n Phrim does Rodeohead -- its a bluegrass medley of Radiohead songs sort of in the style of Weird Al's polka medleys. And "it’s not on iTunes for licensing
reasons so please take it for free if you don’t already have it."
I've just put up an update for Encode-O-Matic with the following improvements:
Hex editor: the output and input views can now be switched between a UTF8 textbox view and a hex editor view. This is built using the free Be.HexEditor.
Compression: I've added the .NET GZip, deflate, and inflate streams to the list of supported encodings.
Quick Show Output: There are now 'Show Output' radio buttons next to each encoding in the encoding stack. Clicking on them changes the output view to show the output from that encoding in the
stack. This lets you easily jump between different parts of your encoding process. Adding or removing an encoding to the stack resets the view.
Minor visuals improvement: added app icon, changed buttons with one word symbols to command names.
2010 Jan 18, 3:24"UVB-76 is the callsign of a shortwave radio station that usually broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz (AM full carrier). It's known among radio listeners by the nickname The Buzzer. It features
a short, monotonous buzz tone (help·info), repeating at a rate of approximately 25 tones per minute, for 24 hours per day. The station has been observed since around 1982. In rare occasions, the
buzzer signal is interrupted and a voice transmission in Russian takes place. Only four such events have been noted. There is much speculation; however, the actual purpose of this station remains
unknown." Inspiration for Lost?radiorussiamystery
2009 Jun 22, 2:42"Humorist John Hodgman was the entertainment headliner at the 2009 Radio and TV Correspondents' Dinner." John Hodgman does his thing and questions the president's nerd cred.humorvideonerdobamayoutubejohn-hodgmanpolitics