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  • “Thanks Clairemont Coffee Bean & Tea… for the wireless”

    That was 7 years ago. That Coffee Bean & Tea is now closed. I drew that with Brushes on an iPod Touch. I see now that Brushes has since become free software. That’s pretty cool, I think. You can program on the thing yourself–just download the source from Github and go.

  • Pottery, Craft and Suitability of Purpose

    Via Joe Bennion, a potter who lives in Utah comes a video on YouTube. It’s a short (24 minute) film about Mike Dodd, a potter from Surrey in the UK. You can see Mike’s handiwork on, here. On some of the individual pieces, like this one, a short video with Dodd speaking about the…

  • Intuitive Interface

    Although, the user appears to be disappointed in the results of using this skeumorphic* interface.

  • Sat. Sketch.

    This morning I was playing around with Brushes App on an iPod Touch. I just found out that the Brushes Viewer can export existing drawings at higher resolution, or even a stroke-by-stroke video. Play it below or watch it on Vimeo: Sat. Sketch..

  • Phyllis Singing Karaoke

    She did not want to sing karaoke, she was pretty clear about that. So the crowd (which is to say her sisters and cousins and family) let her be. Then, after a while, she got up and sang a wee bit of Sinatra. That’s part of the spirit that has everyone remembering her and saying…

  • Malcolm McLaren is dead.

    Most famous for being a rock empresario. For the Sex Pistols. For Punk theory. For Bow Wow Wow. Dead at age 64. He could be a lot of fun. Here’s Buffalo Gals, 1983: I don’t remember this video, or the nudity, but the song sounds like the 1980s to me. I always liked the song….

  • TED TALK: Tom Shannon

    Leah, I think you will like this one.

  • “That’s trouble of some kind George.”

    “That’s trouble of some kind George.” Challenger Explosion amateur video footage. Still breaks my heart.

  • People ages 1 to 100

    Wonderful. People In Order: 1. Age from James Price on Vimeo.