Interactive CD

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This might be one of the coolest ideas ever. Via via Twitter

Another of these possibly alien types, the Flatwoods Monster appears to be someone's hellish vision of a nun, mixed with alien effects budget of the final season of the original Star Treck. Standing 10 feet high, with bulging eyes, a heart shaped red face, and in a pleated green skirt, the Flatwoods Monster terrorized a group of preteens, who couldn't decide if it had short stubby claw arms or not, when later asked. It reportedly made a shrill hissing noise, and glided around. You know what else has a shrill hiss, heart shaped face, glides, and could easily be misconstrued by terrified 12 year olds? A barn owl. Oh, hey there Occam, how're you doing, and how's your razor?

I had never heard of the Flatwoods Monster before. You learn something new everyday. See the rest at

Seems About Right

Click for bigger, via graphicriver

Poor Little Guy

found on gizmodo

“I would prepare my students for the inevitable…the small projects that take time away from the major projects. For example, after assigning a two week project, I would sporadically assign ‘Client Emergencies’ like that ad that needs to be designed, approved and printed by ‘tomorrow’. That’s something that I wasn’t prepared for when I got my first design job.”
Andrea Williams

What Graphic Design Schools Are Lacking

The internet never ceases to amaze me. Someone out there decided to photoshop Tom Selleck and sandwiches into photos of waterfalls.

My coworkers know me so well. ;)

See the actual website here. Also, in random celebrity-like websites, my boss just sent me this –

Does it get any better? No. :p

Via adgoodness

via FFFFound

I Love Coke.

Skip ahead to about the 1:00 mark. Cool and creepy at the same time. However all I could think about was how much I bet their backs hurt now. :p

From The Joe


I also want an iPhone... but I guess I'm getting ahead of myself.

Here via Twitter

Happy New Year!

I've already written 1.4.09 four times. I'm sure it'll get better.

A webcam in Szentgotthárd, Hungary captured this curious bird looking into the camera. The webcam is set to shoot only one frame in every minute, so what are the chances?

Via citynoise

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