Tuesday, 29 September 2009

100 posts!

Well, 100 posts at the last post. This is 101 - so something like the Dalmation post.

Anyways, I guess I'd better show you some stuff so you don't run off. This is, in all honesty, just a post to say something about the 100 posts and also I realised I had barely posted in September :(

Sure, I get bored sometimes - so I create fictional Danish creative agencies and make websites for them. And yes, I know 'vilkom' is wrong - I gave my Danish book back to my library ._.,

I've launched two blogs in the past month: the first is Brickspace Opinions (above), which is not technically launched, but it's pretty much finished in design terms. Then there's my struggling 'science and other strange stuff about time' blog, Dimensionality. I'll be updating it every week, if all goes to plan.

Now then, let me just look for some other good pictures to show ye all. Oh wait... where's my harddrive folder!? What?! WHAT!??! Oh--

I accidentally my whole hard drive.

Sorry, I just found that picture (I traced over the original) and thought I might put it up here. Don't worry, my hard drive is perfectly fine.


Banner: Now I'm out of ideas. [no really, I am. Banner ideas, anyone?]

Friday, 11 September 2009


It's been a while since I posted here. Sad, in't it? Well, not really.

Now for a quick overview of what happened since I last posted. I posted the following successful (!) pictures on Flickr:

The armchair on the left (posted just yesterday) has become very popular, with 12 comments and 4 faves in under 90 views. Well, less comments if you discount the conversation about whether Mika is gay or not :P

And this is my desk. Well, it was last week. It's a bit neater now, but anyway. This shows some of the stuff that my life is all about: my computer, with the prelim homepage of my website. Hopefully that will be finished soon. Then there's all my textbooks and newsletters and schoolbooks, because last week I went back to school ( .__. ). You can also see my phone (which it seems like everyone else I know has), and the then-latest edition of NewScientist magazine, to which I am subscribed. It may even be the one with the article about higher dimensions... that was such an awesome article.

Well, I'm off to see District 9 on sunday. Maybe I might just do what I really feel I should do and write a review of it. You'll just have to see!