want that kitchen!
I really do!Who wouldn't want anything and everything industrial strength?
I want industrial strength gel, absinth, painkillers,
toothpaste, fillings, bra's, coffee, cigarettes and turntables for gods
thought I'd do the same. List places I've seen.Zeldman
was talking about it a while back, and by reading his, I found these.
Ok, I don't really think this is a real
really want to build a forum like slashdots.
They have kindly put up their source
for all to play with. I thought-hey, I'll play, but to be honest,
anything that starts with "Perform these tasks as root."
scares the hell out of me. Me being root is a bad idea. I'd probably
love it and turn straight into the worst bofh
you've ever seen.
surfed off to play. I like potatoland.org.
I have no idea why. Perhaps I'm just plain impressed. Java not Flash.
Neato.Yep. I'm impressed. Used the shredder
to mess with a few sites including mine.What a nice waste of time!
A few of my dutch friends have confused me more than once by asking
"Are you offline?". Now I have noticed that this expression
has spread to swedish and british friends as well. I start answering
jibberish about Avids and other editors and confuse people straight
seems very logical to have off-line as the opposite to on-line-on-the-web,
but to be "off-line" in the way these people mean is "logged
off" (or logged out if you prefer) to me. Off-line, for us adfreaks
and other commercial guys,
is a way of editing. An Avid is
an editor. :) On thursday I'll be off-line and on Saturday I'll be on-line.
This has nothing to do with my webaccess. And yeah, I don't have "the
internet at home" either, but access to it.
that I linked to some nice designsites while I was at it, but very often
I hear myself saying "whats the point?" about design sites whilst
wishing for more content. The point is, someone else likes that site just
the way it is. Find what you want, it's the web aint it? Love all serve
all, but your way right away!
I'll shut up about that whilst I do a classic 94 move. My friend (in real
life) who used to call me a geek back then has actually made a page
where he flaunts his photographic work on the web. I havent seen him
in five years and suddenly he finds one of my pages and promtly shows
me his. :)
media-on and off
the web-however seem to all agree that they made too big a deal of it
already (well, then stop writing about it!) and that weblogs aren't
and navelgazing,-Oh my!- because they regurlarly link to other weblogs
(Duh, It's normal to link to other points of interest whatever the subject,
adland links to other adsites..etc..) Someone likes weblogs enough to
make a weblog
out of weblogs. Ok, agreed, it's not a new idea, and it's not revolutionary
in any way, the point is just that though. Aren't we just a tad sick of
commercial pages, fat design-sites,
or sites that are designed to
link to design sites,yet another
webmag, and all the other webideas
done to death? Or the "ok" weblogs, which
are pretending to be online communities
and webmags at the same time?
Isn't it nice to surf like in the old days, 'cept nowadays once in a while?
And if people didn't make weblogs, personal pages of other kinds, and
generally just puttered about on the web, what
would these webmags have to write about?
70- soundtracks from italian policefilms 1971-80
242- "Commando" remix
Morgan - "The gigolo"
still asleep-we don't want to wake him too abruptly)
Fidelity Lounge-Subterranean soundtracks vol 1
in Vegas "dirge"
Peter- Widescreen digital
cats purring (Ok, so that one was on my knees and not the turntable..)