Journal archive: September, 2002


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I have been blogging now for exactly one year.


Rejoice! For Heather Hamilton is back.


Jessica refuses to believe that JCPenney are actually selling the "Forward Command Post" model in their catalogue:

Viking Kittens

Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song as Flash animation. With kittens.

The Mirror Project, Sunday September 15, 4PM

Congratulations, Heather. 10,000 is a lot of pictures.

The Electric Ballroom

It’s been quite a busy week for me.

Apple Pro Keyboard

I had a bit of a hardware crisis last night.

Reading Time

This picture is definitely worth a thousand words.

The Web's future: XHTML 2.0

Here’s a great article over at IBM detailing the changes that are in store for us with XHTML 2.0.

Lee Hazlewood

I went to half a concert last night.

Angry Bed Positions

From the same man that brought you "things my girlfriend and I argue about" comes "angry bed positions".

Would you like some tact with that?

How can we measure the cost of human life? What price freedom?

Orisinal : Morning Sunshine

Here’s a collection of wonderfully cute Flash games for you to while away your time with.

Google Search: Go To Hell

Take note of the first and third results in this google search.

King Henry V

William Shakespeare:

And the winner is...

This website was nominated for an award.


It’s time for a new CSS theme ‘round here.

Cthuugle Ph'nglui Search Fhtagn!

A search engine for all things Lovecraftian.

Guerrilla News Network: S-11 Redux

(Channel) Surfing the Apocalypse.

Ranchero Software: TigerLaunch 1.0b2

Brent Simmons has done it again.

Let's agree to disagree

Compare and contrast…

Mexican singer loses fingers in helicopter accident

Mexican popstar helicopter accident:

Road trips for the wilfully ignorant

You may remember when I told you about the road trip I took in Arizona, I mentioned going to the wonderful Meteor Crater.

The Farmer's Market

There’s a farmer’s market once a month in the centre of Brighton.

New feature

I’ve add an extra little widget to my journal.

The Decline Of Western Magazine Design

An excellent article detailing the homogenisation of magazine covers:

The competitive sport of Cup Stacking

Take a look at this video from a cup stacking contest. It looks like some hollywood CGI effect but it’s actually real time cup stacking:

Answering Machine Greetings

Actual answering machine answers recorded and verified by the world famous International Institute of Answering Machine Answers:

Coudal Partners

Here’s a nice documentary from Coudal looking at the work of designer Andy Mueller.

Topsy Turvy World

This is satire:

Even ICANN are mad at Verisign

Verisign gets a ticking off from ICANN:

Stop me before I paint again

Banksy is a London grafitti artist. This is my favourite painting of his.

BBC + RSS = :-)

Excellent news. The BBC now has RSS feeds.

Featured Freelancer

Catch it while you can. I’m a featured designer this month over at the Freelancer Network.


Miniature cars hit miniature trees.

Cre@teOnline update

Just a quick update to my recent post about the bugs at the Cre@teOnline website.

evolution of type :: v02

MediumBold have put together a wonderful site examining the evolution of type from pictograms on cave walls to Joe Gillespie’s pixel fonts.

Science Fiction Cities

Here’s a nice little gallery of cities from science-fiction films.


I just picked up the most recent copy of Cre@teOnline.

Little Green Hate

I find it interesting that a number of bloggers have been echoing exactly the same sentiments I’ve been feeling about a site called Little Green Footballs.