home – LOLCODE “HAI! This site provides community documentation of the emergent LOLCODE language. It is our hope that the examples can grow in a way that is both internally consistent and suggest a real, feasible computing language.”
ScienceDaily: ‘He Looks Like A ‘Bob” Is True I’ve always thought that words and names have shape and texture, such that they need to fit the object they represent.
she was on the train, and she was reading a graphic novel of the Spawn comic book, which is uncommon for a girl. She looked like she was in her early twenties, and wore a blue oxford shirt with a white collar and French cuffs. she read with her lips slightly pursed, and a small furrow in her brow. She had dark brown hair, cut just shy of shoulder length ans shaped like a tulip turned upside down. she had pronounced cheeks and a mouth like a soft half moon.
I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER? >> Blog Archive A Special In-Depth Analysis by David McRaney – L337 Katz0rz < <
lolcats deconstructed. I HAS KNOWEDGE!!!!
it is difficult to express in words
or even attempt to capture the loss
of love stolen before fruition
of a little girl lost before her time
i found myself thinking today
perhaps i finally understand
how sin hurts. maybe this time
i wont forget, letting go of reason,
taking a plunge and giving up,
wasting love and precious blood
on selfish pain.
LILEKS (James) the bleat
Lileks’ Disney adventure…
A Blog Apart // getting halfstepped into a corner "I love kung fu, and while it may be hard to believe, studying kung fu aids in my spiritual growth. One of the ways it aids me is that it gives me an avenue of expressing abstract principles of truth that stick with me."
Four months ago, I did not anticipate how much I would miss Jon when he moved to Texas to work on his masters. Although I knew that I would miss not having him around, I wasn’t expecting how much being alone in my apartment would sap me of my creative energy. When work got very quiet for about eight weeks, I became so frustrated that I started looking around at other job opportunities and thinking seriously about doing something, anything, to break the monotony. I even considered getting a dog. ;)
I have neglected this website.
I had, in fact, neglected all of my current hobbies and projects. I hadn’t worked on any of my photo projects, or done much with the Dynamic Bible in the way of improvements, or written much in the way of poetry or essays. Quite the sob story.
Back last Thanksgiving, I made the decision to get rid of my internet access at home. Around the same time, I dropped my Netflix account. I did that for a couple reasons, one of which was to save some money. I was very close to retiring my CC debt and I knew Jon was going to be leaving soon. But more importantly than that, I needed to get away from media. I felt inundated, and a little confused spiritually. So I decided a drastic reduction in the amount of information coming in, a sort of media fast, was in order.
During that time, I read more, watched some movies on screen, occasionally got dvd’s from the library, and for the most part, went off the inet grid while at home. I read more of my Bible.
And it helped.
But I sorely missed being connected. IM has, over the last 4-6 years, become a very real tie to many of those whom I consider my closest friends, and for 6 months, I was unable to communicate to them.
A few weeks ago, the proxy restrictions at work became much more stringent, and being unable to get access to necessary resources, so I hooked broadband back up. I’m writing this here to let my readership know what’s been going on with me for the last few months of sparse posting and communication.
I’ve learned some important lessons about myself in the last few months. The most significant is that, although I need and enjoy solitude often, I need contact and communicative relationships with people more. So much of why I act creatively stems from that. Without it, I experience a mild, though significant, depression, a sort of numb feeling emotionally that makes you feel like things don’t really matter.
At work, a few weeks ago, I was finally assigned a project, and have been busy with things to accomplish and am feeling much better. In addition to the changes at work, several weeks back I had to make a concerted effort to renew friendships and break out of malaise.
So that’s whats up with me. For those who know them, I’ll be posting a few of Naomi and Gavin’s engagement photos in the next couple days.
Cool, well drawn images of anthropomorphic cats from the 20′s
Dept. of Popular Culture: Banksy Was Here
An interesting look into the life of the Graffiti artist Bansky.
Skywalkers in Korea cross Han solo *snicker*
the evangelical outpost: The Global War Against Baby Girls “The widespread use of sonogram technology–coupled with liberal abortion laws–has made it possible for women to identify the sex of their child so that those without a Y chromosome can be killed before they’re even born.”