Archive for the 'Web Stuff' Category

Dave Swift interviewed by Pat Duffy

I just watched a great interview over on Plan-B TV with the Skateboard Mag’s Dave Swift. He’s a collector of all things skate, and he has a kick ass hand painted Neil Blender board. Check out the interview here. [via the skateboardmag]

Lakai Final Flare Animation Video

Not sure how we missed this one. Any who, Crailtap had a Lakai Final Flare edit contest last month. The winning entry is a animation short by Cosme. This is a pretty awesome video. [via]

The best vintage skateboard collection

Inquiringmind has a short interview with skateboard collector, Boneless One. Self admittingly, Boneless One is only intersted in collecing boards from the 80′s, but has a few from the 70′s also. Looks like he has a  collection that most would be very envious of. You can see the full interview here.

Jason Jessee warehouse tour on SLAP

The new SLAP magazine is becoming favorite skate web destination. This time around, they visit with Jason Jessee at his warehouse near Santa Cruz California. Jason Jesse is a true original. Enjoy.

EXPN changes name to ESPN Sports

The flagship “extreme Sports” site for ESPN has been EXPN for since early 2000. They’ve now re-branded under the name ESPN Action Sports. ESPN is re-branding its online home for action sports. The site will become ESPN Action Sports this fall as part of a new multimedia initiative that will also mark the launch of [...]

Fourduos Skateboarding January Montage is a Dallas Texas based blog that covers the skate scene all over the Lone Star state. Check out out the their January Montage video.

Slap Magazine interviews Tobin Yelland

You might remeber that Slap Magazine went paperless a couple of months back. They’ve been kicking ass with great content. This week is no different. They have a 7 page interview with photographer Tobin Yelland. It covers some great stuff. Check it out here.

Top 10 Moments in Skateboarding

5ones has released their top 10 highlights/moments in skateboarding.  Not sure if would be our Top 10 moments, but it does give us a snap shot of skatebording in 2008. Wow, 2009 is upon us. Check out 5ones for their Top 10 Moments in Skateboarding.

Tony Hawk talks to the LA Times

The Tony Hawk video game series is one of the most popular franchises in the industry, having sold several million copies and generated more than $1 billion in sales since the line was introduced in 1999. The first game, Tony Hawk’s Pro-Skater, was said to revolutionize the extreme sports genre of video games and helped [...]

Skate 2 coming in January

GiantBomb covered the Electronic Arts event earlier this month that showed off some of the features of Skate 2. In the process, they spoke with Darren Navarette and Pat Duffy about their thoughts on the game. If you liked SKATE then you will really like SKATE 2. Check the video below.