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Monthly Archive for February, 2004

Not Many Posts

Posts will probably be few and far between for the next few days. Check back after Tuesday.

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That’ll Give a Kid Nightmares

The Urban Beast Project takes discarded stuffed animals, gives them evil looking teeth and then poses them taxidermy style in natural environments. These images are very disturbing to me for some reason. It must be tapping in to some childhood memory. I want more like this.

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Not Ready for Prime Time

Ximeta’s NetDisk is NOT ready for prime time. I can’t get this thing to function at all. It’s a USB hard drive that also has an Ethernet jack. Basically, you throw it on your network, and then everybody is supposed to have access to this teeny little 160 GB file server. Sounds cool right? It […]

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Bias Ahoy

Y? seems like such an interesting project. You invite people from different races/classes/backgrounds to come together and ask and answer questions. That seems like something that could really remove barriers and bring people together. From what I can tell (and to be honest I didn’t spend a lot of time looking around), despite its promise, […]

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LA Art

Hmmmm… Now, art.blogging.la could be interesting. I go to a bunch of museums in and around LA, but I almost never get to gallery shows (because I almost never know when they’re going on). If there’s an LA art scene, maybe this will keep me in the loop. Nice. via

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Tripping the Rift is a very adult animation (seriously, don’t open this at work) that pokes fun at Star Trek, Star Wars, and probably a bunch of other star stuff I didn’t even notice. It’s funny. However, the humor is a little too rooted in sex and overly specific pop culture references to go very […]

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Fish Photos

It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon, so I took my camera and headed to the Long Beach Aquarium. I was inspired by the amazing sea horse shot that Tracy got at the Sydney Aquarium. What I discovered is that shooting aquarium shots is freaking H.A.R.D.!! You have to contend with weird light, dirty glass, troublesome […]

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Yay for Internet Music

Muted Tones is cool in concept and in execution (at least based on the first song I’ve heard so far): Seven curators, seven months, seventy minutes of music. Each month is assigned to a curator, whose job it is to fill ten minutes with the sounds of their choosing. They are invited to keep a […]

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Curves Tutorial

Here’s a great PhotoShop Curves Tutorial. Simple in concept, hard in practice (unless you can think about color and luminosity in terms of numbers — which despite years of trying, I usually can’t do).

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Pizza Party

You know, it never even occurred to me to think of February 29th as a totally free day. Once you think of it that way, the conclusion is inescapable. Leap Year should be celebrated — with gusto (and pizza!). Thank god we have people like Matthew Baldwin to do the heavy thinking and introduce us […]

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