Monthly Archives: October 2008

My Work Treat

By | October 31, 2008

Today was the perfect storm of work days. Not only was it the end of the month, it was a Friday and pay day. On top of that it was Halloween and my last day of work before going on vacation. This made for ideal conditions for festivities, games, a little horsing around and adding… Read More »

My Empty Hanger

By | October 28, 2008

I successfully made my own flip folding device for t-shirts. It may not be glamorous, and it folds the shirt in a quasi-crooked fashion but twenty some wooden hangers were liberated from the closet in the process. The poorly cut lines of cardboard were covered up in ducted tape but the shirts will not know… Read More »

My Incomplete Thought

By | October 24, 2008

This is a draft post and it contains partial thoughts. These are half chewed on ideas that lack a start and end. They only have a middle. Ideas, turned into sentences, dance around with each in the text editor. Being moved around to a better spot in the story to tell their part, or removed… Read More »

My Final Strum

By | October 22, 2008

I was searching for silhouettes of people, or a team, for a mock-up for a new CurlTV page and realized that silhouettes are really neat. I became my search with “face silhouette” and was a little surprised to find nudity in there. You can’t go anywhere without a nipple or three popping up. After months… Read More »

My Yellow Snow Cone

By | October 2, 2008

Keepon (key-pon)   1) Yellow snow cone that dances to the beats and rhythm of music   2) Unexpected relationship with music from Spoon   3) Something everyone wants to own Need to know more information? Then familiarize yourself with Keepon from the two videos below that launched Keepon into our hearts. Keepon dancing to Spoon’s “Don’t You… Read More »

My Four Fold Phone

By | October 1, 2008

The launch of the Do Not Call List yesterday generated 1,562 calls per minute, according to the CTRS. The website, which was down for me throughout most of the day, had received nine million hits by mid afternoon. If there was any doubt that this system would not be popular then the Canadian public spoke… Read More »