Sundays are great for one liners.
If you have real player please, please watch this movie made by American Institute of Planners in 1939. File part one, part two. It documents the urban blight brought by industrialization, the rapid pace of '30s city life (I especially enjoied the shots of the mechanization of food), and the ideal community of the future. It was written by Lewis Mumford. The movie is about 30 minutes (15 a piece), it starts out slow and boring but it picks up.
In my ecology class a student asked how you could track the migration and habitat of Giant Squid. There are major technical difficulties such as the depth they live at and their oceanic range. So when I saw this I was interested.
The bug-eyed sea creatures, believed to be Humboldt squid, normally reside in deep water and only come to the surface at night. Why approximately 500 of them began washing up on the sands of Laguna Beach and Newport Beach on Tuesday isn't clear.
And this was strange. I tried it for myself and got the same result. It would be cool if MSN could get its act together.