We all make mistakes, but this one (on 8th street) was particularly egregious.
The photo below is the corridor I walk down every day to get to work. I work in the Port Authority building; it’s a massive edifice that fills a block between 8/9th and 15/6th. I have no idea what used to be in the building, but now it’s got more bandwidth than Africa (honestly, that’s… Continue reading Post-Industrial Chic
Check out the following image: It’s a screen shot from GMail of my buddy and I emailing each other. Randomly, we both happened to email each other at almost exactly the same time to see if the other wanted to go see a movie. Kind of a bizarre “Shining” thing going on. Would love… Continue reading What Are The Odds
Every now and then I come across a piece of software that makes me think “damn, that’s cool.” Most recently, I’ve been playing with thumber. It’s a simple premise: feed it a Quicktime .mov and it turns it into a post of thumbnails. Nothing more, nothing less – and the results are beautiful. Check out… Continue reading Pixelated – in a Good Way
A few years ago I saw the movie Dig! – a documentary about the difference between two Portland bands: the Dandy Warhols and the Brian Jonestown Massacre. It was a gripping, yet ultimately tragic tale – the Dandy’s go on to success while the highly talented frontman of the BJM, Anton Newcombe, self-destructs any time… Continue reading Survivors of the Massacre