Monthly Archives: April 2009
A new idea based on the figure from population. It is kind of a self portrait. Me with peritonitis. Might do some work based on my other health disasters.
More progess on “A Walk Around St Ann’s“. I have completed my first proof of Pretoria News and uploaded it to the gallery.
There we were mooching around Southsea on sunday morning when Tom spots this brilliant spray-painted picture of a penguin stapled to a tree just by the toilets next to Waitrose. There was a little tag on it that said ** … Continue reading
I have obtained, courtesy of Mr Ellis, an eccentric millionaire, a rather splendid high quality inkjet printer. I have also obtained, courtesy of shopping, some samples of very some nice papers from St Cuthbert’s Mill and Hahnenmulle. I have therefore … Continue reading
I think it shows that I have been reading too much Modern Toss recently, as I have rather nicked their house style. The point is that we should all make the effort to help each other and be nice. Except … Continue reading
I like Linux, me. I like it because I am a spod and because verily it is good. As I run Linux on a very old PC that other operating systems may find uncomfortable I decided to switch from the Gnome desktop to Xfce. One thing I wanted to be able to do but now couldn’t was rotate images in place in the Thunar file manager. I tried a few remedies from Goolge but kept finding shortcomings with them (like JPEGs have embedded thumnails that don’t necessarily get rotated with the image and that thumnails are stored in a cache so unless you update this too even if you rotate the file the thumnail may still look the wrong way round). Continue reading
Yesterday we took a day trip to Brighton to see an exhibition by one of our favourite artists Stanley Donwood at the ink_d gallery. Stanley is famous for producing the cover art for feelgood pop sensations Radiohead, who are much … Continue reading
At the beginning of this week I was allocated my magical object in the course I am on. It is a small vinyl purse. At first I was unimpressed by it but now it has been transformed into a magical … Continue reading