ArtLung: Joe Crawford Moorpark & Los Angeles, California, USA. Since 2001. June 2008

Around the Web 2008 Jun 26

Chuck got married. Mazel tov!

There’s a Princess Bride Game, and I can’t quite tell if the thing is serious.

These primitive sketches for some notable web sites are interesting.

These four calendar pages are Surfrider Foundation. The pages make their point pretty well.

Surfers versus Paparazzi. My bet would be on the surfers.

John McCain has a load of credit card debt. That’s just so dumb.

Also, his website is bad.

Have you recently moved to mass transit from driving in the L.A. area? If so, the L.A. Times wants to talk to you.

Only 73 percent of American atheists don’t believe in god.

Interesting quote from Douglas Crockford: There has been a lot of news recently about mismanagement at Yahoo. It is good to be able to point with pride at something that Yahoo does that is extremely smart. The Exceptional Performance Team is one of the things that makes me proud to be at Yahoo.

Adriano Santi, a fellow 3ones member, opens an online store to show and sell his work. If you’re moved, buy something!

Code Rush is a documentary about Mozilla which I downloaded and intend to watch.

How do I get John Kricfalusi to draw caricatures at my parties?

Regina Lynn’s blog SexRev 2.0 launched a few weeks back with some tech help from me.

Anil Dash’s piece about the philanthropy of Bill Gates is worth a read.

This graph of oil prices from Forbes from 1861 to today is quite interesting. via Paul Kedrosky

Track the shuttle and international space station in realtime!

That’s it for today.

Joe Crawford blogged this at 1:46pm in 2008 in June. The 26th was a Thursday. You are reading this 11 years later. Comment. There are 2 comments Tweet. Send email. It has hashtags→ .

Comments: 2

Thanks for the good wishes.

your link to the drawings made me think of this book:
The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures by Dan Roam (Author)

I have not yet read it, but it is on my wish list 🙂 I heard the author interviewed on the radio… I love the idea of drawing out ideas, I do it all the time.

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