So yeah, the iMaxi on Etsy – it simply had to happen. iMaxi
Some tools graduating and falling from
, one of the best ones to graduate is ‘ Google Labs Forgotten Attachment Detector‘.
All sorts of funny –
Stephanie from LazyTown. From Wikipedia:
“Stephanie (played by Julianna Rose Mauriello) is a fictional main character from the children’s television show LazyTown…She has pink hair and is often referred to as ‘Pinky’ by Trixie.”
Tutorial: ‘How to Pull Your Google Buzz with jQuery‘ – if that’s what you’re into.
Typography: lovely open source fonts from ‘ The League of Moveable Type‘, thanks to Stu for the linky.
I’m too wrecked to think of anything funny enough but I think there may be potential for humour…
“Monday’s Frontline asks “What’s left of Ireland for those under 30?” – If you’re interested in attending, email firstname.lastname@example.org”
Via @rtefrontline on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rtefrontline/status/9306422748
During the week, a rather bizarre email arrived via the
Linder Gallery website, mysteriousmasterpiece.com, pointing out how the painting had been featured in a teaser video for the final season of Lost.
So how did I come across this? The
Linder Gallery website is a project we launched at X Communications a few weeks back. The painting is a fascinating work created almost four hundred years ago by an unknown artist although there are many theories and ideas being explored.
Here’s the video that was sent over:
You can read an excerpt of the email on the
Linder Gallery blog. I’m not sure what to make of it, particularly since my interest in the TV series died around about season 2. Why that painting? And who was able to identify it, if indeed it was ‘spotted’ by the fans? Is it all a hoax?
Mysterious masterpiece indeed