Sunday, September 30, 2007

Graphics Masterpiece.

GP4000 has the painters in, so I did this one myself.

Lucy in the sky with GP4000.

I guess it's just the alcohol. It could be the Spam, or the Pineapple chunks.
Well, I have to post something. This is it. Above. Way high above in the sky with Lucy.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Random Find 4.

It's amazing what one can find if one searches the FBI hard Google images.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Random Find 3.

Maybe Mr Dick Small can offer an explanation?

Monday, September 24, 2007

Foray into jewelry.

After much hammering, sawing and filing, please find presented a work of art. Knot.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Blogging Ouroboros.

For Julia.

I'm not sure if this graphic is finished. I wanted to do something that captured the simplicity of the original, but updated to reflect technology. I'll keep on chipping away if I can think of improvements.

Friday, September 21, 2007

2007: A Slack Odyssey.

Current Mood: Spaced out.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007


Skills honed to exquisite perfection now stand totem to the discarded past. What once demanded focussed perspective, seemed so compressively important, so precious, now display the result of time dilation, producing their real testimony of risible humour; a chortle catalyst to the balanced viewpoint.

Sunday, September 16, 2007


My GP4000 became aware at 07:17.17 EDT today. She lives.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Twisted Vision.

A product of the GP4000, this abstract was born when I dropped the mouse on the floor.
I'm not sure what, if or any, but it is served as a window into the mind that I have to live with.
Am I deserved of pity, or are the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune ineffective, because I am so deep in my sea of imagined troubles?

Friday, September 14, 2007

It's Easy To Say...

"I'm not a smart man... but I know what love is."

Forrest Gump, inventor of my profile picture.


I thought I would post this in case anyone hasn't seen it.
I do not endorse Cadbury in any way, in fact I have not forgiven them for their Salmonella outbreak.
I was struck by the advert and considered the performance of the Actor, Garon Michael, worthy of merit.
Reproduced below is the report from Metro.

It turned out to be an inspired advert, even if it sounded plain weird: take one unknown actor, put him in a gorilla suit and get him to play drums to a Phil Collins backing track.
The latest Cadbury's commercial has taken Britain by storm since it launched last month.
Bloggers have been going nuts for the 90 second clip, which was viewed almost 500,000 times on YouTube the week after its release and is part of a £6.2million advertising campaign.
But, until now, no one had identified the man behind the ape suit – with many bloggers believing it was even Collins himself. But the advert's makers admitted yesterday that he was a little-known actor called Garon Michael.
Something of a specialist, Mr Michael has appeared as a primate in the movies Congo, Instinct and the Planet Of The Apes remake, and acted alongside the likes of Anthony Hopkins, Donald Sutherland and Mark Wahlberg.
With the Phil Collins song In The Air Tonight playing in the background, the camera starts on the gorilla's face before panning out to reveal he is playing the drums.
As the 1980 hit song reaches its climax, the scene fades out to be replaced by a picture of a Dairy Milk bar.
Cadbury spokesman Tony Bilsborough said: 'We have been amazed by the way the advert has captured the public's imagination.'

Thursday, September 13, 2007

A Wall of Learning.

With a high percentage of Students coming from Paisley, we have adopted the Spartan method of learning.

New Gadget!

Pictured here I'm trying to get to grips with my new Graphics Processor 4000.

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Montage du triffidé.

If you stare deeply enough, you will become one with the triffidé.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

For Gerbil Lovers...

Text link is here.

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Am I wrong?

I'm only half human after all.