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examining past, present & future cultures in art

examining past, present & future cultures in art

there’s another new post over at my artist journal on livejournal.com subject: cultures of past, present, and future at once snippet:…Past is represented by the Tooloon Mosque soffit. Present is represented by the modern day astronaut. Future is represented by the combination of the two. Star Wars Battlefronts II has an influence in defining how […]

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city birds

city birds

Hans Slabbekoorn and Ardie den Boer-Visser of Leiden University have proven that city birds sing faster than rural birds. You can listen to the birds yourself. They have side by side comparisons. Go to the bottom and compare downtown Paris versus the rural area of Fontainebleu.

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Photoshop CS3 release features information

Photoshop CS3 release features information

Thinksecret.com has done it again. They have some hot, new insight into what’s going to be new in the next release of Adobe Photoshop. Now this is all rumors. It’s not confirmed by Adobe. These are the top 3 photoshop cs3 features you can mention to your co-workers to look cool: optimized for Intel chips, […]

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Barack Obama's Monday Night Football intro

Barack Obama’s Monday Night Football intro

Senator Barack Obama gave a stirring introduction to the Chicago Bears Monday night football game. Here’s the transcript (I’m lucky i have tivo. Pausing live TV is great): “Good evening. I’m Senator Barack Obama. I’m here tonight to answer some questions about a very important contest that have been weighing on the minds of the […]

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cardboard sculptures

cardboard sculptures

When I first saw the image from yesterday’s post on the carpet, I thought they were made of cardboard. I’ve always been a fan of the Frank Gehry “Easy Edges” furniture line. I had the idea to do the same thing about 10 years ago and then a few months later I found out that […]

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