Here’s a new game that I found that is pretty fun. It takes the idea of an Excel spreadsheet and makes it fun. You need to move around filled in cells and use warps to get to a goal. Kind of like Kwirk in a way except that you don’t move the boxes. There is another Game Boy game that is close but I can’t, for the life of me, remember what it was called.
I was checking out some of my old work the other day and found my old flash site I did in 2003. For being so old it’s still kind of cool. I posted it here: dirq.net/retro. It was last updated almost exactly 4 years ago on 8/20/2003.
I had a nice nostalgic walk around in it and I remembered all of my old photography. My TV series (see optical in the flash site) was pretty cool and everyone looks so young. There are still a few that have never been published. I need to get those up in some gallery somewhere someday. They are all printed on 11×14″ archival paper but I’d never be able to get my new material to match the old. I’d have to reprint them all. And to reprint I’d have to actually find them all. Hmm.. Would there even be interest in that?
I’m using the OpenPandora app right now and it rocks hardcore! It’s an application that runs on your local computer and talks to your Pandora account. Select a song or artist and Pandora will find music that is close to it. You’ll get all sorts of new material this way. It’s really sweet.
Here are some of the things that I have bookmarked recently: