Whoa!!! This takes me back. This and A-Dock. Makes me want to bust out the old Snow iMac hiding out in my basement.
So appealing at the time.
There was a NeXTSTEP Kaleidoscope skin I used for years.
…I think we are terrible animals. And I think our planet’s immune system is trying to get rid of us and should.”
The part where you worry about everything in your life coming unhinged and falling apart. All of the time.
Hey yeah this.
Update: Whooooaaaaa…hold your horses. Microsoft says it ain’t so: A Microsoft spokeswoman issued this statement: “The Daily story is based on inaccurate rumors and speculation. We have no further comment.” Corroborating earlier reports, Rupert Murdoch’s tablet-only magazine The Daily apparently saw a work-in-progress version of Microsoft’s native Office app for iPad, and the publication posted the above screenshot to prove it exists. The Daily’s first impressions? The app’s user interface is …
ThinkGeek gave us a glimpse at an upcoming iCADE controller mimicking the classic Nintendo controller layout and decorated with a retro 8-bit themed graphics. The “8-Bitty” is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, connects over Bluetooth (two AAA batteries required), and is compatible with all iCADE supported games, including the Atari Classics collection. Unfortunately, you are going to have to wait until later this year when ThinkGeek starts selling them for $25. You can sign up now …
I thought that looked like a young Matt.
With the day of hearts and flourish next week, I wanted to share some letterpress valentine’s I have been spying lately on Etsy.
I love me some Valentine cards. Every year, until this year, I buy the funny grade school kind from the grocery store. Cards with Strawberry Shortcake on them saying “I think you’re a very sweet Valentine!” I don’t think I can get away with those shenanigans anymore, so I’ve set my sight on swankier salutations.
Early this morning Watercolor on paper
After reading about artist Tim Saternow in the Winter 2012 issue of American artist Watercolor magazine, I really liked his cityscapes and wanted to try adding dips on my watercolors. Watercolor is a very technical and precise medium and I have a tendency to get very controlling with it and I though adding drips afterwards might be a good way to loosen up a bit.