It took me a while, but I finally got a shot of Shannon and Maddie together. Spot the similarity around the eyes?
Mmmmm. Candy-like iPod cases. No hole for the bottom connector to reach through, though. I like tin boxes as a container for my gadgets. I use an Altoids tin to keep my Optio safe, as originally demostrated by Pentax. And many others who picked up on that talking point.
I’ve just discovered Platial, which is a great personalized map creation site. Been looking for something this flexible for a while. I’ve started a map entitled “Buildings I’ve taken photos of”. All it has in it at the moment is a pointer to my photos of Steven Holl’s St. Ignatius Building in Seattle. But it’s
Shannon and I watched Gattaca on DVD last night. We’d both seen it before, much closer to its 1997 release date, and enjoyed it enough to want to buy it and see it again. A second viewing, though, makes it seem a lot more prescient then it was back then. 9 years is a long
Thanks to Adam Machado for pointing to my hacked up iPod in a Moleskine on his blog Hackerati. Can’t wait to see what he comes up with with his own version!
I love this shot of Maddie that Shannon took. She’s getting so alert and smiling so much now.
Cute plastic figures explain the web development process. Why? Because cute sells. That’s why.
Ok, this street luge suit, which is covered in rollerblade wheels, is pretty whacked.
I’m playing ICO on the Playstation 2 at the moment. This game was originally released in 2001, but was an under-the-wire cult hit. Thanks to the popularity of Shadow of the Colossus, a recent hit by the same design team, Sony decided to re-release ICO and give it a second chance. Glad they did. This