Nov 272005

From Newstoday: Check-out Flowline… “jaw droppingly good CGI.” Have a look at the showreel while you’re there.

As a humerous aside this is genious :] (bear with it, as it takes a few minutes to get going)

I see that the Leftfield ‘best-of’ art by Tomato is featured on the cover of the latest Creative Review.

On the pod: I usually sidestep D-and/or-B, but Norman Jay played High Contrast’s ‘Racing Green’ in a field this summer gone and tonight’s ‘Top Gear History of Racing Green’ had me digging it out*. He also introduced me to Sleeve and Lowman’s ‘So Fine’. 5 star summer tunes – will play them in the sun when I get back to Oz in a few weeks time.

*…of my iTunes library. Crate diggaz?
Fo all you beotches who wanna find shiznit
hehe… and then… yawn. goodnight.

Nov 202005

It’s been a while between posts (our laptop decided to hibernate for the winter). In the meantime, I’ve been developing my unique new bite-sized idea: Nano-Soduko™! – you know it makes sense.

If you see rolled-up turf on the back of a truck… tell children that “it’s just rich people having their grass taken away to be mown” (an idea out of Great Lies to Tell Small Kids).

Here is some hot news!

Nov 062005

Dave doesn’t like the word ‘random’. He reckons it should be a different word each time.

I like the entrance to St Christophers Place off of Oxford Street.

I saw a sticker today that read: “Will somebody please give him a blowjob so we can impeach him?” :]

I once saw a badge that read, “I’m 1 today!”, and on the back it read “Not suitable for children under 3 years of age” (and yes, the letter to the editor in this weeks Metro reminded me)

If you walk when you’re on an escalator, you slow down just before you reach the end. If you stand still, on the other hand, you take a few steps just before you disembark.

I’ve started to read ‘A Million Little Pieces’ by James Frey after some bloke I met in the pub on Friday recommended it (I’ll get back to you, but it’s mesmerising and harrowing so far).

What did one snowman say to the other? “Can you smell carrots?”
What’s the difference between hard and light? You can sleep with a light on.

I have enjoyed reading this debate. I’m well aware that they’ve developed a ‘brand’, but I like Lemon Jelly and I’m a sucker for a well designed product:

Right… I’m off to bed.

Nov 052005

Dom Mowbray is a photographer who emailed this image of smoke tendrils to a collegue at work. I like how it resembles a lorenz attractor.

Nov 052005

The London Eye-Pod dinner party from dusk, November the 5th, 2006 (bonfire night) – courses served upon each revolution of the wheel – experience the London skyline alive with fireworks” is MY idea, and I’m going to sit back on the sofa and mutter to myself when somebody makes it a reality.

Australia puts on fantastic firework displays… Here’s a great picture of some lights over Sydney that I found (I couldn’t find any decent pictures of Brisbane firework displays, so this will have to do).

On the widescreen: Bill Murray. Yes he can only play ‘Bill Murray’, but if you like that, then you’ll enjoy ‘Broken Flowers’ as much as I did. Funny in an understated way.

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