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Monthly Archives: October 2004

steampunk is the nanopunk of ’05!

by Rob Friesel

(this is soooooooooo via BoingBoing, BTW…) First Perdido Steet Station, then Alpha Shade and now this! (Although it’s probably more like, first The Difference Engine, then…) Anyway… Artist Larry Blamire captures the underlying steampunk meme in a way that I must admit I haven’t really seen done well with images yet. (And this is even […]

Flickr observations.

by Rob Friesel

While I haven’t logged myself in yet, I’ve been taking note of this flickr phenomenon and have made a few notes… Flash viewer. Terribly interesting. Clever solution? Intriguing that the camera type is noted. RSS as a predictable and yet interesting choice. Funny how it crawls the comments and advertises accordingly. Not that I’m complaining. […]

all the cool kids are doing it.

by Rob Friesel

You’re a Post-Punk. You know 70s punk was cool, butit was mostly just a stepping stone for thegreater intellectualism of what would comeafter. The 80s were amazing. You quite possiblyhave huge hair, and may wear lots of black.Snare drums need reverb. Lots and lots ofreverb. You Know Yer Indie. Let’s Sub-Categorize. brought to you by […]


by Rob Friesel

Making a big push to take my work-related XML projects to the next level. Why? Let’s just say that management is boring and tedious, lacking in the mental rewards that the problem-solving of programming-type ish offers. That being said, renewing my efforts on the ‘procdoc’ and ‘-faq’ projects for work seem a happy compromise. So […]