on-line tool. Next week potatoes shaped like your head. Or more likely your head is shaped like a potato. I've had a hard day at work. Can you tell?
In an unprecedently quick turn around from idea to delivery I've now completed the lazylaces RSS newsfeed after mentioning it less than a week ago. It turned out to be very quick and easy to code (ie. really simple syndication), and the only real changes I made to the 4 guys code was to convert it from VBScript to JScript. Let me know if there are any problems with it, but it all seemed to be working fine during my testing today.
incog neato this Friday's musical link features the internet phenomenon that is tunak tunak tan. I'm not totally sure how I hadn't heard this before, it seems to have done the rounds, you were all too busy sending me more point and click game links weren't you? Anyway now I'm up to speed, as well as the real audio performance, I've found this surreal flash version, and a colourful flash version.
repeats, and how can you not love jamez bond? You'll try to sing-a-long, even though it's nigh on impossible, and you'll still find yourself humming along to it a month from now. It's been 2 years since this first entered my life and I still revisit it at least every couple of months.
1006, but we have ourselves the first lazylaces repeat, it's all well worth it though as this is one of my most favourite internet things ever (and that really is about the most accurate description for this you can hope for). Ladies and Gentlemen I ask you to be silent in a kind of hushed awe, and bow down before, the wonder that is hatt baby. An animation that transcends the earthly constraints of such questions as "what?", "why?", and "huh?".
Update: Damn it! This has reminded me of another classic that I have to see again (see above) - but this is the last of the repeats until just after post 2000 I promise.
samorost-esque (which is a very good thing) music video from the same design team - the only bad thing is you can't interact with it, even though you really want to. Please let there be a Samorost II soon, please [thanks LD].
Diwali, but what can I say? I've been kind of busy and it took me over a week to come down from the sugar rush induced by stuffing myself with Indian sweets. I can't pretend I grasp anything beyond the basic concept of Diwali, but that's still pretty good going for a white English guy, and I do know the sweets are fantastic, this e-card has a very cool firework lighting thing and gets huge bonus points for the most eclectic choice of languages I've seen (English, Hindi and Tamil, among others), and most importantly I wish all my Indian friends, and friends with Indian roots, well at this festive time. Happy Diwali.
a reindeer and an evil cat on digital turntables and Apple Macs with psychedelic background animations. Quite possibly this on drugs, or maybe I am, I certainly felt like I should be after watching through this a couple of times. The really worrying thing is when you realise that it's catchy and it's lodged itself in your head. Well if I'm going to go slightly mad for the whole of Tuesday so can you. Enjoy. Wibble.
Some groovy flash navigation.
At some point soon I'm planning to add an RSS feed for the site (great idea Ryan) so this guide on how get ASP to produce an RSS feed should come in handy. Syndicate lazylaces soon.
spider. Neat that is unless you don't like spiders in which case I wouldn't recommend it and you'll be reaching for the flash animated glass and bit of paper, preferably with a flash animated partner to escort it off the premises for you. Or if you have no Buddist leanings, a flash animated slipper *squish* [neat work by onemotion].
snow patrol. These guys are on heavy rotation on the lazylaces music systems. I'm not totally sure how well known they are outside outside the UK, but the music sampler at the top of their site for the new album is a great way to acquaint yourself witheir addictive sounds.