Archive for May, 2004

Pet hates part 1

Friday, May 28th, 2004

A phone call the other day reminded me that I’ve been meaning to write about pet hates. I picked up to a big "hello there!" and I’m ashamed to say that I didn’t recognise my own mother’s voice. Sorry Ma, but that telephone manner catches me out sometimes. You’re not the only one either, and […]


Friday, May 21st, 2004

Noam Chomsky has started blogging Blogdex provides an index of the most popular current stories circulating the blogosphere. I’m obliged to pass on this story about robotic industrial action. All week in the office we’ve been making very cool looking posters with the Rasterbator Dave points out, an archive of old video game music […]

Structuring HTML with frames

Wednesday, May 19th, 2004

Whilst getting the portfolio section together I revisited the first site I ever built. Unusually, the whole site is structured in frames – and not your usual top, left, centre style frame layout either. I structured everything down to the fine details using a array of frames so convoluted that, for instance, a small border […]

The Jesus wager

Wednesday, May 12th, 2004

During a pub lunch a couple of weeks ago the conversation turned to religion. Having been brought up a Catholic I’m reasonably well versed in the subject, so I was surprised when someone started talking about "Jesus’s brothers". "Jesus’ brothers? What you talking about, foo?!" …not my exact words, but they accurately convey whatever I […]

Kubricks III

Saturday, May 8th, 2004

It’s been a good week for Kubricks. Yesterday morning I received my Ma.K (Machinen Krieger) Kubricks from Hong Kong, an eBay purchase. And then I popped in to see Yota at Nasty Nip and just couldn’t resist the Daft Punk be@rbricks. The Daft Punk set includes the Interstellar 5555 movie, which is comprised of all […]