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unlikelymoose readers around the world

unlikelymoose readers around the world

On Wednesday, I installed the ClustrMaps widget on my blog. Now, everyone can see where in the world all the unlikelymoose blog readers are located. The map is located in the left gray bar. You can also see a large image of the map here. Clustrmaps only tracks traffic to the page, unlikelymoose.com/blog. I receive […]

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colored paper sculptures

colored paper sculptures

Jen Stark makes some incredibly detailed sculptures from a simple stack of colored paper. I played around with this about 6 years ago. It was alot of fun. By no means were my pieces as beautiful and rich as Stark’s work. It’s just something fun to play around with. Artwork that forcefully infuses as many […]

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GoLive is almost dead. a history of Golive.

GoLive is almost dead. a history of Golive.

Yesterday Adobe CS3 was announced. GoLive was nowhere to be found. I’ve been a GoLive user since 1999. This very site was designed with GoLive. My brother was a big GoLive fan dating back to 1998. However, I spent many a numerous nights fighting with GoLive’s component feature. Stupid thing was so buggy. UPDATE: 3/29/06With […]

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make red water come out of your faucet

make red water come out of your faucet

$15 will get you the Faucet Light. The water is blue until it reaches 89 degrees and turns into cow blood. Oh wait. I think i got that wrong. The light simply changes from blue to red at 89 degrees. It runs on uses G13-A style watch batteries.

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wooden computer

wooden computer

I love wooden electronics. I’ve blogged about the flash drive in a stick, the clunky wooden digital camera, and the slick, yet uber-expensive wooden mp3 player. Now enter the wooden computer from Suissa Computers. I dig the organic feel of the computer The cd tower is a nice touch. Though the overall design does feel […]

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workspaces of artists and designers

workspaces of artists and designers

Here’s a site that’s dedicated to showing photos of designers’ and artists’ workspaces. None of the photos are incredibly exciting. Perhaps that’s the beauty of the site. I like the photos where they labeled stuff. Those crazy designers. ***waving hands in air***

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Apple OS 10.4 search tool SUCKS!

Apple OS 10.4 search tool SUCKS!

I was trying to find an image on my computer for today’s blog post, but freakin’ Panther’s fancy seach tool sucks. I miss the old-fashioned, simple “find file” from the OS 9 days. I like the default to be searching by file name, but Panther’s stupid default is searching by content. It’s supposed to be […]

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