1) Condoleezza Rice presented with a tiny 10-string guitar in Bolivia. The green inlay is coca leaf - apparently it never made it onto the plane home. here. (Thanks, everyone who sent this in)
2) Play your iPod through your acoustic guitar with iCoustic.
3) The excellent Cybersonica festival in London is looking for new "work in the
field of new musical interaction and devices" here.
4) The awesome and vast Zeit hardware sequencer, named after a Tangerine Dream album, obviously.
5) Crazy chinese singing lady Wing - be sure to check out her version of 'Back in Black' here. (Thanks Colin)
6) Dude tries to sell .wav file of some electronic music he's made for $5,000: eBay item #4851019722. Good luck! (Thanks, Jonathan)
7) Moog's amazing but unfinished, Eaton-Moog Multiple-Touch-Sensitive Keyboard here (Thanks, Wilbur and Bonefish Sam)
8) YouTube video of the guts of a Mellotron Part 1, Part 2.
9) Robot Theremin Band at SXSW (Thanks, Theremin World)
10) Pictures of synths rendered in a trippy manner here (thanks, Pål)
11) YouTube goodness: Guy noodling on a Synthesizers.com modular and a Space Echo, here. Dude multitracks himself playing 37 tracks of cello here (very reminiscent of Multiple Sidosis). Demonstration of the EML Polybox, which turned mono synths into poly synths here. (Thanks, Tim, Matrix, Benoit)
12) A Soundlab Mini Synth in a nice box here (thanks Frederic)