January 3rd, 2008

In 1979, a relatively-unknown Philip Glass wrote music for an animated segment on Sesame Street called “The Geometry of Circles.”  It’s totally awesome.

Update, 6/19/09: Removed, then refound. Thanks, mom!

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    I just found out that the others (besides Big Bird) can now see Mr. Snuffleupagus. I haven’t kept up as well as I once...
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    Sesame St had a sneaky impact on my early mental development. Another example.
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    runawaytrainwreck:meredithnyc:ohhleary: ericmortensen:tristn:mills: this is amazing!
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    Holy shit I think I remember this. Ladies and gentlemen: fun with Trivial Pursuit tiles.
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    I def remember this too… it’s so calming! Seriously, if you need a 2:40 minute relaxation break, watch this.
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    tristn:mills: I totally remember this from my childhood, and it totally freaked me out back then. But now… it’s pretty...
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Hello! My name is Mills Baker. I write about art, culture, love, philosophy, memory, history, and more. Here are some relatively better posts. This site has been featured on Tumblr Tuesday and is listed in the Spotlight, but it pines for its youth as a coloring book. (Header lettering by the amazing Chirp).