Hungry like the wolf.

Still finding it hard to stay on top of things, but I think it'll ease up after this weekend, then maybe you'll hear more from me... Work is still film guide. Home is avoiding work, which doesn't really work when you do some of your work from home. This past weekend was the Zine Fair, plus DJ'ing, which equalled being at the Starlight from 10:30am to 3:30am, minus one hour for eating. that was a long day.

Speaking of this weeked, Friday night, Zombie Disco at the Jane Bond, you'd should be there. Oddly enough I've DJ'd Global Warming twice since returning from our trip, but it's been awhile since it was just Shane and I. Should be an awesome night. Prepare for some 80's & 90's hip hop, which is pretty much my bread and butter when it comes to trying to make people dance.
Here's something crazy. Apparently it was done for a Honda Civic ad that hasn't been released yet, likely because of some negative buzz that came from residents around the street in question. I can see the annoyance if you had to drive that stretch of road each day, but it's still an awesome idea.
On the design front, the Pepsi re-design is pretty big buzz in some places. I kind of like it, but in a lot of ways I really don't. Maybe we can chat about it sometime, if you follow these links and see what seems to be coming down the pipes from Pepsi's designers soon.
From the patent offices
Bottle Design?
Bad review! - the Sierra Mist logo you can see here is kind of weird, but kind of awesome, if you ask me. While I'm sure a lot of people won't like this about it, but I kind of like how it messes with my eyes. It sure looks misty though, you know?
Finally, this made my week. Gotta love a show that will take up over a minute of air time at the end of an episode to run a gag. Seriously, Jensen was supposed to get cued to sit up, and this is what happened when the cue didn't come. Pretty much my favourite show right now. Spooky and funny. So tongue-in-cheek. SO GOOD.


So it's been awhile, but I still feel like I'm recovering from being away. In my real life there's been lots of work to do at work, plus ads to do for Starlight, and a few posters, and I'm doing some ad work for my sister. And, I became an "uncle" as Marc and Celene's kid got born (it's a girl! and her name is Clover! and she's adorable!) And then there was thanksgiving too! Oh, and I did the above to our car. First accident. Not fun. Still waiting on an estimate and whatnot. I didn't pay for the rental car coverage on my insurance, so now we're shelling out a bit of cash for a car during the week too.

In my internet life, visiting my google reader feels like a chore, somehow, even though I'm caught up to where I was. There also hasn't really been a lot that I've seen that I've been really excited about. Actually, the whole internet has felt kind of chore-y. I hate it when that happens.

So that's why I haven't posted in awhile. I just grabbed all of the pics off of the camera, and will start uploading a bunch to Flickr soon, so's y'all can see 'em. Hopefully things will mellow out soon and I'll feel like I actually have time to do that stuff.
Two things I have liked around the internet:
The new identity and products for 826 Valencia
The new macbook. (well, mostly the screen. I want that screen on my black macbook!)


Still going... No time to post, really, just wanted to quickly say that all is good. Since last time there's been a boat ride, taco's on tuesday (a neccessity, of course, though just not the same as ethels...), an awesome trolley museum (tons of pictures coming from that, some outlet stores, and a nighttime walk through of Salem (which has an awesomely huge comic book store that was one of the few things that were open). Would love some pics of the two Kappy liquor stores we're near, but I don't think there'll be time.

Today it's off to Sandwich, MA, and Providence, RI.

Once we get home, and I slog through all of our photos, you'll see and hear a lot more about this trip, I promise...