Today I was doing all the math and I realized that I am just 7 weeks from the end of this project. Over the last 11 months I have taken 2320 photos, averaging 7 posts to Instagram a day.
Today as I rolled into the second half of November my younger brother Gavin stopped by with his girls for an impromptu visit at the house. This is Gavin sitting in the sun filled living room in the George Nelson womb chair.
With this entry he makes the final project piece, and will be included in the project release in January 2012.
For three days each week in the month of November, I’ll be spending my days at ThinqDigital learning all sorts of stuff about Flash, Flash Builder, Flex, Air, HTML 5, CSS3, and Catalyst. The room is rather spare when it comes to decor. This is the wall to my right.
It’s Halloween. That means one thing…
CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY, CANDY!
It’s Halloween time, and nothing says “Halloween” like an illuminated black cat. Who’s ready for CANDY?!
After 5 busy days in sunny southern California attending and speaking at Adobe Max, I decided to spend some time relaxing at the Peterson Auto museum, and LACMA. I saw this on a surfboard in the California Design show at LACMA.
Sometimes the iPhone does funny things. Sometimes those funny things become happy accidents. An abstraction of my house as seen by the iPhone.
It probably seems as though I’m fixated on the new MINI coupe. I probably am a bit. I love my BMW 128i, but I miss my MINI.
After 7 years of driving a MINI every day, you come to appreciate the pure fun of the car. Driving the coupe yesterday brought all of that back. It’s not the most luxurious car on the road. It’s not the most technically advanced, or the most appointed, but it sure is a blast to drive.