After the useful Pollock-esque thingumy
I stumbled across
the other week - another one
for your artistic pleasure.
It not might like seem like the real spirit of Christmas, but being realistic the What A Crappy Present
site is going to be darn useful in a lot of households this week.
Whichever way you feel about the new M6 toll road
the fact that it has already assisted in the destruction of 2.5 million Mills & Boon
novels has got to be a good thing, hasn't it? The question is though, even with this added bonus, is the toll road value for money? Maybe I'll try it out on way up North this week to see for myself.
Japanese flash techno ascii animation madness. Turn the volume up high, grab your whistle and your glo-stick, and enjoy the madness.
If you've got the design abilities of a wombat, much like myself, and your looking for a colour scheme for your website, you can't go wrong with the ColorMatch remix
(pretty similar to this
a while back). At some point I hope to put some dynamic stylesheets on this site so it could come in handy, but I have to write the comments system first, between hangover and work commitments. Hopefully I'll be making a start on the comments this weekend unless drinks with my ex-colleague Grant get too out of hand on Friday [via op-pop
Adrian does some neat flash. Try them all especially "insectshop".
Thanks to everyone who took part in the comments vote - as a result I will be coding my own comments system. I'll keep you posted on my progress and hopefully I'll have something working reasonably soon. As a special thankyou everyone who voted will get to beta test when there is something to test - a special big thanks to Jann
for supplying some ASP code to get me started.
Having said all that I haven't made a start yet as my office party on Friday night was slightly more awsome than predicted. I need to confirm some of the details with my colleagues when I'm back at work tomorrow, but I can reveal that we ended up in the Roadhouse, at some point several hours later I was ejected from the aforesaid venue, and I didn't actually make it home until 8am on Saturday. I have spent the best part of the weekend asleep. A massive thanks to Jules though for dropping some essential supplies (Dairy Milk) around this evening.
Strong Bad, Homestar, Coach Z and the brothers Chaps in not one
, but two
radio interviews. Strong Bad's pretty grouchy in the mornings.
Barcode yourself or try and scan me.
I accidently stumbled across this site
for the Tony Blair link
in the previous post
and it almost caused me to fall off my swivel chair laughing (FOSCL). I quote here:
"Many Americans understand and support Iraqi Freedom because of the leadership provided by Mr. Blair, and many of us would feel much safer if Mr. Blair occupied the White House."
This is either very dark satire or a very twisted real opinion. Having read it through a few times I really haven't decided which yet.
The Blair Book Project. The public's opinion
is so much more entertaining than Auntie Beeb
's on what books Tony
would benefit from this Christmas [found at the ever so tastey burnt toast
As Christmas approaches the age old question arises of what present to buy for your friend who appears to have everything. I'm no expert but I'm guessing they don't have a digital sundial