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January 05, 2009

Dream Casserole

By David Ellinor

Also: Banana Face - Your Moment of Zen

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March 12, 2008

Field of Dreams

I_dream_of_2 ...I was taking a trip to Hawaii -- but it was all very rushed and sudden. I could see the plane waiting on the runway and I was in my room thinking I needed something to read for the trip. As I was getting closer to the plane (its colors were brown and red) I saw Barack, who was going there, too. I thought that I should have brought a swimsuit...

I dream of the other candidates too.

(From Rivets. It’s funny, I had a dream about Hillary about a month ago, but I forgot to write down what happened in it)

By the way, according to wikipedia, the Terence Mann in “Field of Dreams” was inspired by the life of reclusive author J. D. Salinger. In the original novel Salinger was the author sought by the main character. In 1947, Salinger wrote a story called " A Young Girl In 1941 With No Waist At All", featuring a character named Ray Kinsella. Later, Salinger's most famous work, The Catcher in the Rye, features a minor character named Richard Kinsella, a classmate of the protagonist, Holden Caulfield, who digresses a lot in an "Oral Composition" class

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January 18, 2008

Innocent when you dream

The bats are in the belfry
the dew is on the moor
where are the arms that held me
and pledged her love before

It's such a sad old feeling
the fields are soft and green
it's memories that I'm stealing
but you're innocent when you dream

running through the graveyard
we laughed my friends and I
we swore we'd be together
until the day we died
until the day we died

I made a golden promise
that we would never part
I gave my love a locket
and then I broke her heart
and then I broke her heart

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September 10, 2006

A bag of air with a dream inside

Dreamy_1 Dreamlines is a non-linear, interactive visual experience. The user enters one or more words that define the subject of a dream he would like to dream. The system looks in the Web for images related to those words, and takes them as input to generate an ambiguous painting, in perpetual change, where elements fuse into one another, in a process analogous to memory and free association

Dreams $1 - Anyone who can't sell a bag of air with a dream inside it doesn't deserve to call himself an American, much less an art dealer

"Scary Diagnosis", a new Jesse Reklaw Slow Wave strip

Twelve famous dreams, from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to Paul McCartney "Yesterday"

Castle Dreamers

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May 08, 2006



(I’m just out of it now – Here are some old links…)

M. Night Shyalaman’s Time to Dream

A Semicolon's Dream Journal by Craig Conley

DreamWorld 2 from Worth 1000 - Photorealistic fantasy landscapes

Dreams of Flying by photographer Jan von Holleben

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December 28, 2005


Marilyn_monroe Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Cheese. The age old myth that cheese gives you nightmares has finally been laid to rest following the release of a new study. The in-depth Cheese & Dreams study, a first of its kind, reveals that eating cheese before bed will not only aid a good night’s sleep but different cheeses will in fact cause different types of dreams

A Conspiracy of Sleepers. Submitting your dreams for the ruthless inspection of the Birdhouse crackpots is a total cinch

Dreamlines takes a few keywords and produces dream-filtered images

flickr cluster tagged with Dreams

Daydreamer 933

Re-post: "Did You Ever Have A Dream Like This?"

I am on vacation and am possibly writing on my new Moving to New Zealand blog. This item had been pre-posted for your enjoyment. Many More Unusual Nightmares And Dreams Here

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June 26, 2005

Dream well

Epilepsy_banner_1 The World Dream Bank. A library of 2000 dream texts and images, sorted by topic--whether you want funny, sexy, spiritual, scary, or lucid dreams, we got 'em. Dreams are uncensored, but potentially offensive entries have warnings

The International Association for the Study of Dreams

How to spell Dream in ASL

Dream Keeper by James Tichenor and James Dai, a system to create tangible objects that represent dreams

The unofficial site for the works of Dave McKean

Epilepsy alert

The Dream Project

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February 02, 2005

Pop-Up Dreams

Spacing_outThe Latest news on “Tideland”, at “Dreams”, the Terry Gilliam Fanzine

The Pop-up Book of Nightmares by Gary Greenberg, and The Pop-up Book of Phobias

Dr. Hugo's Fuzzy Dreamz at “The Museum of The Mind”. (From “Screenhead”)

How to attain a lucid dream. The Skeptic's Dictionary about Sleep paralysis

IT dreams - Nightmares to which every geek can relate

Dreaming is for pansies. I've recently discovered that it's socially unacceptable for one man to tell another man that they had a dream about them. Apparently, it's like an unwritten rule

A dream about the dentist

.gif above from “dadsbigplan”. Many More Unusual Nightmares And Dreams Here

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October 31, 2004

Wet dreams

Wet_dream_1 Christopher Kenworthy’s “Dream Sequence” - People submit their dreams to turn into shorts

How to make Dream Catchers

Dreams with subtitles

The Work Of Wilhelm Reich from Dream Encyclopeadia

DreamBank is a collection of dream reports

Balloon orchestra caresses Birmingham with sleep music

Tumble Dry by Alexander Micek

The Sleeping Gypsy — Henri Rousseau (1844-1910)

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June 19, 2004

Nightmares & Dreams

Nightmare_2 The great Taoist master Chuang Tzu once dreamt that he was a butterfly…

Dali’s Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee, 1944, and Dream of Venus

"If There Were Dreams For Sale What Would You Buy?"

Slow Wave is a collective dream diary authored by different people from around the world, and drawn as a comic strip by Jesse Reklaw

Dreamscape Lullaby Flash

The Nightmare Project is a vehicle for visitors to share nightmares, experience the nightmares of others, and exchange ideas about these troubling dreams… (From “Conform & Obey”). Also there, The history of the Universe in seven snoozes

And for kids: R.L. Stine’s The Nightmare Room

Van Morrison’s bootleg CD “Dreams”

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April 18, 2004

Sweet dreams

Sweet_dreams_2 David Woodard’s Dream machine. The Dreamachine was invented by Canadian-Islamic poet Brion Gysin and mathematician Ian Sommerville in 1959. Based on Gysin’s divinitory use of Sufic geometry, the motorized lamp relies on the flickering of Ishmaelite archetypes to yield an oracular state in the user. William S. Burroughs, made extensive use of the Dreamachine as a source of inspiration throughout his career

How to Dream more

“I deamt I swayed the Jury” and other strange dreams of Maidenform bra ads

Write your name in erotic fonts

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February 13, 2004


Weird_dreams Learn from the Senoi, the dream-people of Malaysia. Dreams were very important in the life of the Senoi. This people lived in the mountains of Malaysia. They had a society free of crime and mental illness. In the morning the entire family, discussed their dreams…

So here is The Dream Dictionary which helps interpret dreams by providing detailed explanations of various dream subjects. Also, Interpret Your Dreams at “Freaky Dreams”

Attain the dreams of, well, your dreams from the Japanese Company Takara.

Somnumbulators , A waking dream from “Kicking Giants”.

Dream Anatomy about the mysterious, fearful, amazing interior of our bodies that is hidden to us beneath the skin.

Keshar Mahal Garden , the Garden of Dreams in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Antarctica Dream Dollars is now complete.

Why Dreams Are Forgotten After Waking . And a neat idea, Dream Catcher Blog to remember all your dreams.

Perchance to dream - anything you like with the fantasy machine at the Yumemi Kobo Dream Workshop .

Freud-net (From “DreamGate” ). Also there, The Joseph Campbell Foundation ! A portrait of Freud made out of pills .

A list of dreams from “Silver Ladder” .

“The Dream Project” .

Upon seeing Muybridge's Nudes Descending …. The other night, I had a dream of the excluded middle…

“Tall Tells - "Did You Ever Have A Dream Like This?"

Lucid Dreams from Clandestina.

Memories of Dreams . “I made these photographs not to record but to explore...”

Morpheus, the approved fanlisting dedicated to Dream of The Endless.

DreamWorks SKG , the official studio website.

A sweet little Valentine story

After she woke up, a woman told her husband, "I just dreamed that you gave me a pearl necklace for Valentine's day. What do you think it means?"
"You'll know tonight." he said.
That evening, the man came home with a small package and gave it to his wife. Delighted, she opened it - to find a book entitled "The meaning of dreams" ...

(Thank you, Earl S.)

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