Month: June 2006

Alan Moore – Lost Girls

For.Technorati Tags: art, free culture
Posted in Aesthetics, Free Culture

Brand Vs. Brand

“Zero influence!” » Blog Archive » Brand Vs. BrandI am being paid a million dollars to shill for the above link. OK, that's not true, but I have been asked to mention it. Brand Vs. Brand is a kind of BrandFight. If brands are sexy, then two brands fighting it out in a Web 2.0…
Posted in Aesthetics

Ultraviolet

In Zoolander, the joke is that vapid, model-beautiful people make excellent assassins.In Ultraviolet, it's not meant to be a joke.
Posted in Reviews, Satire

My Commute

To work (left) and back (right). Home is at the bottom, work is at the top.Technorati Tags: GPS
Posted in Projects

Lunch

My journey to Tesco for lunch (bottom path) and back (top path).The differences at the top of the image are to do with crossing the road. The differences at the bottom are to do with following the path or cutting across the grass. :-)Technorati Tags: GPS
Posted in Projects

GPS From Home

Home is top left. This is a round trip of a couple of kilometres.Technorati Tags: aesthetics
Posted in Aesthetics, Projects

Public Domain Blog

Mitch Featherston's daily public domain image blog is a wonderful treat. Each image Mitch posts tells a story or gives a taste of a different time, and many are useful resources for artists and designers. It's one of my favourite blogs and I recommend it highly.Take a look here:http://opendomain.blogspot.com/Technorati Tags: free culture
Posted in Free Culture

Post 1000

This is post 1010 (decimal) on this blog. Post 1000 was the one about the Foster's blog.Cococo coco co cocococococo co coco cococo cocococo!
Posted in Projects

Oil

Oil is substitute labour. Hydrocarbon slavery (without exploitation) or surplus. Stakhanov in a tank. Or possibly his tears. Stakhanov's piss?Technorati Tags: philosophy
Posted in Aesthetics

Leisure

Philosophy is a product of leisure. Leisure implies a surplus, the more leisure the more surplus. A large surplus is difficult for an individual to produce. Which may imply exploitation. What is the ethical and class character of leisure and how does this impact philosophy? Does it require a Victorian ethos of different-kinds-of-labour (see the…
Posted in Aesthetics