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2/26/2003 12:20:19 AM

The newest addition to the Projects section is entitled Snowfall; it’s a series of photos I took in the aftermath of last week’s blizzard.

Also, I have been spending a lot of time on Designologue, which is one of the best graphic design community sites I’ve come across. As stated on the site’s homepage, “A designologue is a conversation between two designers in the medium they understand best — design. Comparisons can be made to Coudal’s Photoshop Tennis where two designers alternately modify the other’s image using Photoshop.” Have a look at my first designologue, currently in progress.

2/17/2003 11:01:01 AM

Man, it just figures that the snowiest winter in Philadelphia history is the winter that unemployment renders the glorious snow day meaningless for me. But I won’t be stopped from enjoying it, even if the snow has now piled up to the extent that our front door won’t open without significant force. Last night a bunch of us took to the steepest street in Conshohocken with an air mattress. The wig I was wearing was freezing to my face.

2/14/2003 06:21:02 PM

What to do? I’ve been cursing Clear Channel because their inflated ticket prices are keeping me from attending four anticipated shows in the next two months, including Mission of Burma ($22.50), The Roots ($27.50), Sigur Rós ($29.50), and Television ($25.00). But now I see that King Crimson is playing on March 7th, and tickets are a whopping $45.00. I’ve never seen King Crimson; I’ve always wanted to see King Crimson; and considering they’ve been doing their thing for upwards of 35 years or so, I don’t know how many more chances I’ll have to see King Crimson.

So I don’t know what to do. The degree to which I don’t want to fork over that much cash is equal to the degree to which I don’t want to miss this show. I implore you, faithful readers: tell me what to do (or buy me a ticket).

2/6/2003 09:30:06 AM

Busy, busy week. We have updated the BREDSTIK site for the first time in almost a year, with Flash goodies and more from Pete Dalkner, Matt Sutter, and the mysterious Stet Villchicko. If that weren’t enough, the collaborative site I have been referring to cryptically for the last few months is finally live. Since we couldn’t agree on what the site should be, we just split the screen four ways and everyone stays on their side of the lines. We call it Quadruped.

Also, I finally got around to seeing Adaptation on Sunday and it was a phenomenal triumph of failure. That can’t possibly make sense to anyone that hasn’t seen it, but to say more would give too much away. Just go see it and be amazed. Best film of 2002? Possibly.

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