Just what I needed, another addictive Word Game. I only wish I didn’t suck at it so bad. So far 32,500 is the best I’ve been able to manage.
Monthly Archive for February, 2004
Hmmmm… There’s something kind of disturbing about Laurie Lipton’s art. It’s a bit too much like looking in on somebody’s therapy sessions. I do like work that challenges me though. There’s a bit of artistic nudity there, so work …. blah blah blah … you know. via
Wow! There are some really amazing photos over at I Am Thumb Head. Iran seems so foreign to me, and it is, but it’s also so similar. I love that the internet can give me this kind of view into other people’s lives and cultures. Via
I remember a while ago coming across a thread over on MetaFilter dealing with Phi, Golden Ratios, Fibonacci Sequences, and all of that mathy weirdness. I had reason to want to dig it up again, but I can’t seem to find it. My Search-Fu is weak, very weak. I found this, but that wasn’t at [...]
The goal of Krassair is to land the plain on the runway. Sounds simple, but I crashed that mother 20 times before I finally landed it — and I didn’t land it pretty I’ll tell you that much.
So I woke up Sunday feeling completely gross after a week of the worst diet known to man or beast (to say nothing of a few months of winter’s dark, dark apathy). I made a point to spend a few minutes lifting heavy things. Of course, I expected to be weak after such a long [...]
Does anybody know anything about the movie Casshern? None of the text is in English, and I never even heard about it until I saw the trailer linked on K10K. If you haven’t seen the trailer, you really should check it out. The movie looks totally awesome. I don’t even know if it’s going to [...]
This has got to be the most frightening thing I’ve ever seen on the internet. And let me just point out that I’ve seen Tub Girl and the Goatse.cx guy, so you know I’ve been around and stuff. I just try to picture in my mind the circumstances under which David Hasselhoff green lit that [...]
James D Macdonald has an interesting series of posts on the art and business of writing commercial fiction. No time to read it now, so I’m just bookmarking it for later. via
I took an extended weekend trip down to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. The scenery down there is unbelievably beautiful. The water was so blue, I was half convinced they had people going out early in the morning to add food coloring or something. What I didn’t get was much in the way of Mexican [...]