If you’ve ever had a large number of documents to export from InDesign, you’ll appreciate this script:
Month: September 2009
So Microsoft have made some really shitty videos. (Not the ones I made for them, they were cool.)
But this one… yikes. Another steaming pile of WTF in which actors tell you how to host a Windows 7 Launch Party. I know.
However, Cabel of Panic has edited together this vastly superior version, in which something slightly… *nudge*nudge*say*no*more different is implied.
Geometrics @ QUT
Here’s the page announcing my generative art piece, Geometrics. On for the next two weeks if you’d like to visit QUT Creative Industries @ Kelvin Grove.
Some of my work up with LAND
At QUT Kelvin Grove Creative Industries Precinct, tomorrow at 6pm, Ulf Langheinrich’s LAND opens; hallucinatory projection and sound in 3D. Also, some of my work will be on two big screens for the duration of the exhibition. Exciting, no?
It’s free and on for two weeks if you can’t make the opening. I’ll be there from around 6pm, but not for too long: child in tow.
While building with blocks, Hazel just said: “Hazel’s going to make a big, big, big, great, enormous see-saw.”
How have I not posted this to my blog? Hazel and I singing “Why Does The Sun Shine?” on YouTube. Also on Vimeo, which is much nicer/friendlier/etc. except on iPhones.
Hazelwatch. In the evening, I read her to sleep with two books: “Good Night Me” (by Andrew Daddo, of all people — but it’s quite good!) and “Time For Bed” (by Mem Fox). The first is about an orangutan who puts his entire body to sleep, one limb at a time. Cute, but “good night me” is a confusing thing to say, right?
Last night, Hazel asked, “What does good night me mean?”
Neurons firing on all cylinders.