Here’s some amazing Etch-A-Sketch art by someone who perfected their craft in the back of their parents car while on many boring road trips to various shitty locales. The art is good too.
Mindless fun. Good times. Rock and Roll. Connect 4.
Will Munro makes great underwear.
Fontifier can create a font based on your handwriting. It took me about 15 minutes of time to do it. It would have taken sooner but I had to clean up the scan in PhotoShop. I suggest using a Sharpie when writing out your letters.
My gift to you: a font based on my handwriting in either Mac or Windows format. Very good for writing ransom notes and love letters.
I made a nice little banner if anybody wants to link to my site. Feel free to create your own and send it to me and I’ll post it here. The pixel dimensions are to be no larger than 250 by 50. It can be smaller. No animated GIFs please. JPGs good. PNG better.
By Dave Dutton
Sharpeworld has put together a small collection of 80’s biker magazine ads ranging from the funny to downright saucy. Beware: these are sleazy biker magazines so there will be topless women (with feathered hair!) in some of them and at least one man with an eagle in another.
Were these products still available I’d be ordering one for my favorite bitch.
Super Size Me is a film currently being screened at the Sundance film festival. The documentary details the month long period of time in which the filmmaker ate nothing but McDonald’s for his three daily meals as a statement of North American obesity.
Okay, sometimes I have a craving for McDonald’s fries but usually I can keep these things in check. As could be expected he gained a lot of weight and his cholesterol soared higher than a fucking Concorde. I wonder if he had the McGriddle because I’m lovin’ it!
Make a pinhole camera out of paper that works with standard 35mm film. No, really. The instructions were initially published in 1979 in the Czechoslovakian magazine An ABC of Young Technicians and Natural Scientists and is reproduced on this website as a downloadable PDF file.
It just occurred to me that I’ve been doing this weblog actively for a year now. Am I doing a good job?
Here’s a quaint but dated piece from about ten years ago from CBC about the embryonic internet. Watch the video. (Realplayer required)
Punctuation marks that look like smiley faces express happiness on a new communication tool known as “Internet.” The computer network is already being used by 15 million people worldwide — to chat or do important research. Communication may be anonymous and isolated, but there’s always someone to talk to about sports, recipes or politics.