Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Heaven Under Earth

Here's the link to the article.


Schmooze... great shoes, ridiculously stupid name.

Oh wait, I don't think the third pair down is by Schmooze. Hmm... Oh well.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Aye Aye Captian

I'm ridiculous. Don't read that title more than once and certainly don't remember it.

I have a new hobby I want to pick up. Documenting my life in a dairy. Yes, a diary... though, I'd 
prefer to think of it as a captains log. I've had enough of my dependably undependable memory. I need a reference for what is going on internally and externally. Too often I fall back on three sets of time to describe my past. Something either happened a few days ago, two weeks ago, or awhile ago. That's the extent of my specificity and it's sad.

Time for a sweet new notebook! I'd prefer the Miquelrius brand because - they're amazing, they're from Spain, I love their Logo, and most importantly they're not a Moleskine. For whatever insanely stupid reason I hate Moleskines. I think it's because they're always marketed as the notebook for the "Inspired Individual". It just pisses me off for some reason. However, Moleskine it will have to be for me. Miquelrius doesn't carry a date book version of their handsome notebooks. Moleskine does.

End of trivial entry.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Tivoli Tuesdays

Tsubaki Sanjuro, 1962

Play Time, 1967

Au revoir les enfants, 1987

The last handful of tuesdays I've spending my evenings at the Tivoli. Here are three great films one might want to dig up for some viewing pleasure. While digging, you might want to look for some background info on each. The more context you have on their making, the more enjoyable the watch.

Friday, October 24, 2008

A Small Effort.

Initially I wanted this blog, in some way, to be a reflection of my interests and investigations. In reality, it has become a neglected little portion of web space. This entry is in large part another attempt to keep this silly blog updated... regularly.

I posted two images that I find to be incredibly fascinating. I wish I could illustrate in the style of the first and the second is an detail of the sun's surface.