Saturday, July 25, 2009
Yeah, so, I use facebook to keep tabs with production people that I come in contact with on different jobs. Not really fan of keep up with people from high school, but I gotta say it's great for job stuff. Especially when your job requires lots of communication skills and people finding.
Friday, July 10, 2009
Last week we posted a link to Josh Langley's photography site for its web design and photos, and this week we will provide you with another fantastic link to another fantastically designed website that also comes from a photographer. Kimiko Yoshida has a beautiful site, that provides the feeling of being in a Parisian art gallery. Her self portraits are gorgeous and bizarre. Check out her site here.
So you may have heard there was a car named after him. Maybe you know about him because you paid attention in science class. No matter how you heard about the man, Nicola Tesla is one of the most important names in modern technology. This man helped introduce practically everything, Tesla would have been a jolting 153 today. Let us all wish him an electrifying good time. Learn more about one of the greatest men in technology here. you can also learn more from the video you see below.
Friday, July 3, 2009
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
I worry that an Apache attack helicopter is going to sweep out from behind a bank of trees, red and blue lights will start flashing and then it lands right in front of me on the interstate.
And then it hit me. What a great psychological “no speeding” campaign this is. You can’t refute the fact, Apache helicopters or not, in your head you know there’s some orbiting police plane sitting somewhere up in the sky behind a cloud so you can’t see it, and he’s got your number and is radioing some police squad car down on the ground to move in and intercept your ass. It scares the bah-jesus out of me.
Apparently it scares a lot of other Virginia drivers too because not once did I see someone go over 80 miles and hour and I hardly saw people go over 75 miles an hour. Being a driver from Birmingham, you put your life on the line everyday because if you don’t go at least a bare minimum of 75 on the interstates around here you’re going to get run the fuck over. It’s Nascar country.
So I wonder, could the “Speed Limit Enforced by Aircraft” signs work here in Alabama? Probably not. I think part of what makes those signs so scary up in Virginia is the fact that you have the CIA based over in Langley. Who knows what the hell really goes on over there with Big Brother and all; but, maybe it will scare some folk into staying within the speed limit even though I seriously doubt it. Last time I looked the literacy rates were higher in Virginia than Alabama. Go figure.