Sometime over the summer I hope to have a massive overhaul of my website. There will be more polls.
Archive for May, 2009
Is anyone going to Anime Boston this weekend? I might decide to drop in on Saturday for a bit.
The fabulous folks at Crossed Genres have interviewed me for their next issue. My interview is part of the issue that will be released June 1st. They made a donation to the Arthritis Foundation in my name, and were great to work with. They have an very inexpensive yearly subscription and some very useful info […]
Tags: people are strange, racefail
Fallacy n; Logic. any of various types of erroneous reasoning that render arguments logically unsound Lie v; A fiction; a fable; an untruth. Definition n; A statement of the meaning of a word, phrase, or term, as in a dictionary entry. Fallacy #1 We are all Racist. This is false, and very, very sloppy logic. […]
Tags: people are strange, psychology, wtf
The text below was written a while back for a psychology class. It was written with no thoughts to the issues of my last post, but it does have some neat tie ins when you look at what is being done and how.
Tags: people are strange, racefail, random musing, unfun
I want a filter for LiveJournal that will let me filter out certain tags. This way when I take a break to spelunk, I don’t end up having to spend time calming down…
Does anyone out there use Virb? If you do, or did what do you like about it?
Tags: asr, client, irene radford
I’ve been reading a ton of client work lately, and hope to find time to get back to other submissions soon. Two things I have read are:The Dragon Nimbus Volume 2. I’d read the first half when it was published solo some time ago, but never managed to hold onto a copy of The Last Battlemage […]
Tags: bad service, news you can lose, off topic
In the event that LiveJournal falls down and goes Boom! or get’s noxious, or falls further into it’s inherent and rampant nannyism, I’ve created a Dreamwidth account and imported all my content to there. It is very, very carefully hidden at http://onyxhawke.dreamwidth.org I hope you can find it.
I’ve been reading client stuff a lot lately. I do so love it when a client whose work you enjoy greatly surpasses their previous efforts. I saw Wolverine the other night. My brother and I both loved it, and judging by the fact that the whole audience was there until the credits rolled, and about eighty […]