Archive for July, 2009

Swimming with sharks

July 20, 2009

If the day gets too much for you . You can always sit back, relax and watch the fishies swimming. Aaahhh.

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One small step for man, one giant leap for blog-kind

July 20, 2009

If lie me you weren’t born or were busy the day man landed on the moon, you can now relive it thanks to the internet. And as it is 40 years ago to the day that we landed on the mood what better reason do you need to check it out.

It’s kind of shame we haven’t gone anywhere else really….mmmm. I have an idea.

Today was a good day

July 20, 2009

Nike SB getting just right makes me want to go and skate right now. Damn my knee, work, and the fact I don’t live in LA.

Chalk it up

July 17, 2009

Supporting your favourite rider though the Tour de France with an encouraging message chalked onto the road has been de rigueur for many years. But now Nike has taken it to next level with the Chalkbot.

Chalkbot is an automated chalk machine that moves along ahead of the cyclist and sprays your messages onto the tarmac. The machine can receive messages directly from twitter of the Livestrong website.

Nice stuff here.

A world without…

July 17, 2009

No computer

Christophe Beauregard is a photographer based in Paris. His work is not exactly earth shattering, but this series of pics, that imagine us without technology, but still in the same physical poses caught my eye . Nice idea. See more here.

Meetings waste money

July 17, 2009


If meetings bore you to tears, why not liven them up by seeing how much they’re costing the company and where your bonus is going. Meeting fun here.


July 17, 2009


Robert Longo is an incredibly talented artist who lives and works in New York. What’s amazing is every image is only made using graphite pencil or charcoal. Beautiful stuff here.

Tour de Force

July 16, 2009

tour de france

It’s not only Lance Armstrong that makes the annual pilgrimage from Texas to the sweaty heat of France for LE TOUR. Photographer Brettt Humphreys has also been following the greatest cycling race in the world every year, snapping away and creating an online portfolio of beautiful images. Freewheel to pics here.

Uh oh..uh oh…uh oh…uh oh…uh oh..uh oh…here come’s the hammer

July 9, 2009

Hammer flash mobs are taking over the world.

Gamers disease

July 8, 2009

Continuing the thread of spending too much time playing games, when you could have been doing something more constructive.