Over There (in the UK)

March 16, 2001 at 2 PM

It’s Friday afternoon, the sun

It's Friday afternoon, the sun is shining (beaming its thawing rays onto the icky white stuff below), and typing on a computer is getting close to the last thing I feel like doing right now. As long as my fingers are already here though, I might as well point out that James Lileks offers his Minneapolis-based thoughts on March, the fickle month. Sounds an awful lot like the March I know.

Last weather link, I promise.

For those of you already throwing up your hands in despair, crying "Who cares!" (or "Move somewhere warm already!") I'll point you to this eye and ear-catching feature at Took me awhile to figure out exactly what do with it, but once I did, the use of sound and image really tickled me.

Having been well-steeped in sound production at school, I'm impressed when others add an aural element to the otherwise eye-and-finger biased Web. I would like to do this. Haven't quite figured out how to make the university homepage a sonic experience though. And I don't mean adding Microsoft "Utopia" sound effects to the buttons.

k10k (that's "Kaliber10000"), for those of you that don't know, is a strange odd collective of mostly Flash-based interactive media. Mostly Art with a capital A, often totally unnecessary complex and mysterious, but usually good for killing those last few hours on Friday afternoon — the ones that just wouldn't give up already.



Previously: “This storm could have destroyed

Subsequently: “The damndest odd cigarette ad

March 2001
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In Earshot

I only really read it for Canucks coverage, but even still it’s nice that The Vancouver Sun finally redesigned its hideously awful website to look like it was designed this century.

On pizza box art

Web 2.Origami

Welcome to Obama, Japan

The Toronto Star shows where and how the seats changed in the 2008 election

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In Frame

Photo of Madrid Modern Photo of Wasp Photo of Hairy and Stripy Cactus Photo of Stripy