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Monthly Archive for May, 2003

I Dug a Hole

I saw an Australian movie called The Castle tonight. It’s pretty funny and definitely worth seeking out. The humor feels sort of British to me. It’s a little like The Office or Are You Being Served. It’s not Mocumentary or anything, but it sort of has that feel.

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Machine Generated Web Design

Something about this seems so cool. They’ve built a program that tweaks CSS to create machine generated web design. Keep refreshing, and you’ll keep getting a new design. Yes, it’s totally pointless. That’s what makes it neat. Thanks Matt

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How Long Did That Take?

Wow, Ellen Golla’s Paper Mosaic Collages must take forever to create. Hard to tell on the web, but they look really nice.

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$85 (?) (!)

I was talking to my mom the other day, and she mentioned taking a short day-trip up into Canada this summer. Well, I don’t have a passport, and I’m fairly certain that with all the fear mongering and terrah™ BS that’s been used to desecrate the constitution these past few years that even to go […]

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Contemporary Chinese Posters

These posters from contemporary China are fantastic. The site also features designs from the 20s and 30s and the Communist era, but I don’t like them nearly as much as what’s currently happening over there. (via GirlHacker)

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How to Become an Alpha Male

Halley seems to have learned all our secrets.

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You’re an Animal

This discoveries from modern science post seems like the kind of thing that must have been making the e-mail rounds for the past 10 years or so. Surprisingly, this is the first I’ve seen it though. Anyway, worth a click if you haven’t seen it. Pigs, 30 minutes if you’re not sure if you have.

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OK, now why do the power supplies for my PowerBook keep burning out? I’m obviously computing beyond the normal safety parameters. Now here’s the question … do I anticipate that this $60 power supply is a lost cause and go buy a new one before my battery drains completes (already down to 34%), or do […]

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Broken 1000 Faces

I find Broken 1000 Faces to be strangely compelling. (via iconomy)

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I Need a Shower

I went for my first professional massage today. I’m not sure how I feel about the experience. I didn’t hate it or anything, but I was expecting to have one of those why did I wait so long kinds of experiences. I didn’t get that though. To begin with, there was just an awful lot […]

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