3am keylime pie and more throat tea. Feeling good… feeling lucky.
Get your voice back.
Hints to get your voice back (care of Joe Lally and Antonia Tricarico)—
Opera Singers: Anchovies.
John Frusciante: Steak.
I choose Anchovies.
It’s been a long time since a someone asked me to do a record cover since minimalism went out of vogue to hyper-maximalism/street design style. However, I am happy to announce that recently a label in Japan hired me to do an album cover. Exciting! Maybe minamlism is “IN” again. (note: image above not album art but a google image search result for “zen”)
Future Hair = Bad Hair.
- twelfthgear: hey how come in sci fi people of the future always have really bad hair?
- Me: hehehe.. like "emo" hair?
- twelfthgear: or gravity defying weirdness
- twelfthgear: or super slicked
- twelfthgear: or carved in really stupid ways
- Me: hehehehe.. who knows.. it's a weird anime thing gone wild.
Tech Chat Log, Date Unknown
- Me: one of those days that for no reason i wish i didn't have to use computers as much... i dunno.. weird tech relation day.
- Twelfth Gear: i have those a lot
- Twelfth Gear: fuck computers, fuck cars, fuck infrastructure
- Me: yes
- Twelfth Gear: delete false culture
- Twelfth Gear: delete false order
- Twelfth Gear: complete system shutdown
- Twelfth Gear: do you want to play a game?
- Twelfth Gear: >:O
- Twelfth Gear: hehe
“Unfettered pipeline for total lack of quality control.” —Jnthnk on “the internet”.
“The tangible world will come back and the virtual world will be seen for its transparency.” —Genesis P. Orridge (from Throbbing Gristle)
“Well, I had a fun time playing with Vista, Sure is purdy, but I decided to take back my 20 GB of disk space and get back to work. I can wait ‘til they iron out the remaining bugs in it.” —Good bye Vista. See you again next Spring. | I just did the same… needed 20gb of space and did my icon testing for work™. A slow snail.
“The software world moves at the speed of … something really fast.” —Nick Kraly
“The question isn’t what consumers in general will pay for music. It’s what your fans will pay for music. The question isn’t the margins and volume growth the industry needs to be successful. It’s what you personally need to support your own music making.” —Create Digital Music » eMusic Defends Itself as Labels Leave; What About Online Growth, Musicians?