More updates

September 16th, 2006 No comments

Just a quick note that I’ve been steadily posting photos on my flickr page. Give them a look-see if you care to.

The projects area of the bootsquad website has been slowly filling out, with lots of excerpts of newer work. I’m still missing some documentation of a couple of projects, like some work I did with Paulo Raposo, but I think it’s forgivable. I’m going to begin posting excerpts of the music I’m working on, once I feel like it’s not too embarrassing to do so. I’d like to hook up with a designer and do some animations for a DVD, but it’s a little early to make plans – not until the sounds are a bit more fleshed out.

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September 12th, 2006 No comments

After 3 years of inactivity and probably close to 7 years of no design updates, the site has finally gotten a little bit of a facelift, and some new content. Some old content is gone, but that’s how it goes. I’ll be uploading more stuff in the coming days, but for anyone who is interested in seeing what’s been going on over the past couple of years, there are finally some excerpts of work there.

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My life in pictures

September 10th, 2006 No comments

I’ve started taking pictures again. After a lot of soul-searching, I ended up picking up a weird little digital camera from Ricoh. Beautiful wide-angle lens, no zoom. Takes crazy-good pictures and allows a tremendous amount of manual control. It’s gotten nothing but shit reviews from the powers-that-be, because it’s expensive and has a lot of noise in the dark. On the other hand, you can leave the shutter open for 3 minutes if you need to. And the noise looks pretty good – they seem to have shaped it somehow, so that it resembles film grain.

Anyway, the gear hound in me just wanted to mention it. I got a flickr account and have started posting my stuff there. If you want to see what talented photographers can do with this little camera, check this out.

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The Futurological Congress

January 31st, 2005 No comments

Has anyone read this book? As part of my German language training, I’ve moved up from Krimis through something really challenging to this. And I’m finding it really interesting, even given my inability to understand everything. To be fair, I don’t understand everything I read in English, either. That in 1974 the USA already had such a bad reputation, is somehow amusing. Anyhow, if you like hallucinogenic pseudo-sci-fi think-reading, check it out.

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Welcome to memegarden 2.0

January 31st, 2005 No comments

Let’s try this out. Welcome to memegarden 2.0.

Over the next days, I will find time to make some modifications to the look and feel of the site, and make it a bit more homey. Until then, please register with the site to get posting permissions. That’s it. This is your space. Please enjoy it.

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