Moving backwards, as far as we are concerned. Samoans are now driving
on the left. Why? The ability to import cheap used cars from their
A sweet little bobber from a Norton Atlas. This can’t be bad.
For my next blue trinket I want this Bentley.
Presenting the Mosquito, an electric bike that harkens more toward the
pedal bike than the motor bike. Boat worthy woodwork too.
If you’re bothered by the flying type of mosquito you might need one
of these. The USB dongle, the next rule 34 candidate? (Also Doug A is
a funny guy.)
Protecting the pwecious childwen. Parental control censoring software
is just another marketing opportunity. I am *so* not surprised.
Design (and Food and Flash and Rummage and…)
Designer chocolates. Pretty enough to eat.
The award for the best unobtrusive use of animation on a website goes
to… The United States Post Office? Click on the little tear tab.
(this is probably a limited time link)
Craig’s List ads should work like this. And CL advertisers should
display their merchandise as well.
Changzhi Lee’s school portfolio is a charming reuse of paper from
other projects. His web site is lovely as well, but flash prevents
Bugarian designer Stefan Kirov ( 1915 — 2001) had an eye for color and
ornamentation. Here one of my favorite sites (Colour Lovers) puts
together a couple of palettes from his stamps and gives us an whole
lot more. It’s cheerful stuff for the first foggy morning of fall.
From the portfolio of Massive Black an overwhelming number of
illustrations. There’s bound to be something in here that will
perfectly complement your desktop and satisfy your freakish soul. (2
or 3 NSFW)
At least you have a cube. But then again you’re not going to get to
play those rockin’ 8‑bit games all day.
until tomorrow my dears,