Archive for July, 2008

[teh_funnay] Do You Like Dallas? How About Space:1999?

Posted in Uncategorized on July 31, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1685.

Never have the time to watch both of them? Just watch them simultaneously …

This is what I spent my creative time today doing. iMovie and QuickTime Pro can get quite a bit of work done, if you know how to use ’em right.

But I’m using Vimeo because YouTube will upload it, but will not play nice to it; it adds about fifty seconds to the video. Result: video out of synch with audio from the get-go.

Anyway, watch, laugh, adore me. I do and do and do for you people!

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[teh_funnay] Do You Like Dallas? How About Space:1999?

Posted in Uncategorized on July 31, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1684.

Never have the time to watch both of them? Just watch them simulaneously …

This is what I spent my creative time today doing. iMovie and QuickTime Pro can get quite a bit of work done, if you know how to use ’em right.

But I’m using Vimeo because YouTube will upload it, but will not play nice to it; it adds about fifty seconds to the video. Result: video out of synch with audio from the get-go. (Update: YouTube finally converted it correctly after I wrote it out of QuickTime Pro as an AVI. It is now housed at YouTube)

Anyway, watch, laugh, adore me. I do and do and do for you people!

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[design, film] Objectified: Because If It’s From Gary Hustwit, It Has To Be Good

Posted in design, design criticism, film on July 29, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1684.

(via The Fire Wire RSS Feed) It seems to me that Gary Hustwit is fast becoming this generation’s great popular documentarist and explainer of big-d-design. Of course, Helvetica hit it over the fences. Now, we hear, he’s turned his attention toward the field of industrial design with a new film coming up called Objectified.

Of course, if he’d stopped at Helvetica, he’d be my hero, and no mistake there.

I’m really looking forward to this one. They had me at the graphic design, naturally.

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[design, film] Objectified: Because If It’s From Gary Hustwit, It Has To Be Good

Posted in design, design criticism, film on July 29, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1683.

(via The Fire Wire RSS Feed) It seems to me that Gary Hustwit is fast becoming this generation’s great popular documentarist and explainer of big-d-design. Of course, Helvetica hit it over the fences. Now, we hear, he’s turned his attention toward the field of industrial design with a new film coming up called Objectified.

Of course, if he’d stopped at Helvetica, he’d be my hero, and no mistake there.

I’m really looking forward to this one. They had me at the graphic design, naturally.

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[fonts, teh_funnay] You’ll Never Believe What Happened At The Font Conference

Posted in Uncategorized on July 29, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1683.

Or, what happens when danger threatens your cache.

This is not leaked video from TypeCon. But it should be.

See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.

Who knew Comic Sans would save the day?

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[fonts, teh_funnay] You’ll Never Believe What Happened At The Font Conference

Posted in Uncategorized on July 29, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1682.

Or, what happens when danger threatens your cache.

This is not leaked video from TypeCon. But it should be.

See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.

Who knew Comic Sans would save the day?

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[fonts, teh_funnay] You’ll Never Believe What Happened At The Font Conference

Posted in Uncategorized on July 29, 2008 by Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis

1682.

Or, what happens when danger threatens your cache.

This is not leaked video from TypeCon. But it should be.

See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.

Who knew Comic Sans would save the day?

Tags: , , , ,

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