I’ve made a few changes to this website over this long weekend. If you’re interested in the details, geekishly or otherwise, read on.
For a cranky old Catholic priest from Melbourne, Father Bob has a sense of humour that’s positively schoolboy. Scroll down for the Easter cartoon.
A wooden gate, a veranda flag, a discarded mattress — all have meaning in May Street, St Peters, Sydney. I took this photo on the way to a client’s office on Tuesday.
- Working from 0630 to 0200 is insane. Starting work again at 0730 is worse. But sometimes good clients deserve attention in a crisis.
- Other clients will always be annoying. They’re disorganised, want everything at the last minute, quibble about the cost and then take longer to pay than anyone else.
- Wynns Coonawarra Estate Shiraz 2005 is a very fine thing for dealing with 1 and 2 above. And they have one of the most elegant wine labels in the country.
Thank the gods, it’s a long weekend.
Exhausted. Long day. Dying server repaired. Annoying client’s website almost finished. Still wide awake. I’m afraid that blue LEDs are dangerous. Billy Law (who I wrote about the other day) did a cool photo of ’Pong. He’s good. A friend’s blog posting about Acid-Base Karaoke disappoints: not a great night out, just some thing for teaching chemistry to kids. At least my video of The KLF arrived from England. I have got to start work on my song idea. And I haven’t even written anything about David Hicks’ sentence or the NSW Election. At least Hugh MacLeod is more bitter than I am.