For Wednesday’s guest links I totally overlooked this Stef cluster-bomb buried in my inbox. [booooom] …Medic! Pac man plush heads. Cute for the littley? No way: I want one! Okay, I’m joking about the Pac-hat, but I really do want one of these: plane spoon [nnnnyyyyeeeeeee-ooooowwwwwwnn] Which links nicely (almost too nicely, Stef) to Flight […]
Archive for October, 2006
Stef has been bombarding Robotperson towers with quality links over the past few weeks. Tipping point reached; guest links …initiated [ting]: “Just beautiful” says Stef of this site, which appears to be for a Japanese creative outfit. Better with sound – I thought next door’s had started some structural work at gone midnight. On a […]
Tonight, in the continued spirit of experimentation, I’ve added a Skype status indicator over in the right hand column. This shows whether I’m online with Skype on or not. Being available should amount to pretty much all of the time that I’m at home and at my desk – so maybe a few hours in […]
Songbird. Mozilla based, open source, free desktop media player. Looks promising (it’s v0.2 at the moment), especially if the extension community gets going like they have with Firefox. Songbird™ is a desktop Web player, a digital jukebox and Web browser mash-up. Like Winamp, it supports extensions and skins feathers. Like Firefox®, it is built from […]
Bill Drummond explains his rationale behind no-music day (November 21st) at The Guardian. Not especially interesting, but his listening habits are: Using a home-made lottery system of a carrier bag containing 25 scraps of paper with a letter of the alphabet written on each one, minus B, the next year’s listening was decided. It was […]
Tonight I’ve changed the link structure at robotperson so that permalinks are now, in the parlance of WordPress, ‘pretty’. What does this mean? Well, URI’s for posts used to read something like robotperson.com?post_id=315. Now, yesterday’s post on Rachel and Jakob, for example, can be found permanently here: http://robotperson.com/archives/2006/10/15/rachel-and-jakob/ Note the date and title of the […]
A quick shout to robot friends, Rachel and Jakob, or ‘The Scholdsteins’ as I should now be referring to them as. Many, many congrats on your wedding, guys. Lara, Rubes and I had a great time with you and everyone else over in Sweden. Photo’s of the visit now uploaded.
ºC-ute – Soku Dakishimete, via imomus. Enjoy.
Wow, lots of link posts recently. Trailer for 300, an impressive looking Frank Miller swords-and-sandals adaption, due sometime next year Ten Things I Have Learned by Milton Glaser, graphic designer responsible for the “I [heart] NY” logo Wired feature on the amazing personal stories behind the spectacular demise of handheld game console, Gizmondo Long, worthwile […]