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14 October 2013

Loudest tap in Scotland.

21 August 2013
Weirton Steel Under the Moon
Made with Paper.

Weirton Steel Under the Moon

Made with Paper.

20 August 2013
Lets Go Bucs
Made with Paint.

Lets Go Bucs

Made with Paint.

19 August 2013
Hello from Mt. Nebo
Made with Paper

Hello from Mt. Nebo

Made with Paper

18 August 2013
Some Tall Mountains at Sunset
Yesterday, I was exploring my Tumblr timeline. (Is that what it’s called?) A post from Flip Flop Flyball came up in which Craig Robinson (the proprietor of that excellent website) had drawn some very John Lennon-esque illustrations using an iPad app called “Paper.” Paper is fairly rudimentary, but it’s fun for playing around and producing stuff like the above.

Some Tall Mountains at Sunset

Yesterday, I was exploring my Tumblr timeline. (Is that what it’s called?) A post from Flip Flop Flyball came up in which Craig Robinson (the proprietor of that excellent website) had drawn some very John Lennon-esque illustrations using an iPad app called “Paper.” Paper is fairly rudimentary, but it’s fun for playing around and producing stuff like the above.

13 July 2013
Your move, ESPN.

Your move, ESPN.

21 June 2013

Just as a disclaimer, I’m not sure where I found that Johnnie Walker gif. It may have been at http://www.ffffound.com. It’s not my work though, and I take no credit for it. Just FYI.

13 June 2013
Johnnie Walker.

Johnnie Walker.

12 June 2013
In an age where Steam seems to be devouring games and the companies that make them and requiring their platform to play them, well played, Mojang.

In an age where Steam seems to be devouring games and the companies that make them and requiring their platform to play them, well played, Mojang.

11 June 2013

Things to Make One Question “Why?”

I follow a few West Virginia road conditions Twitter accounts because 1) they may be kind of useful and 2) let’s just be real and I’ll admit that I’m a nerd for roads and they just plain interest me. Anyway, for whatever reason, the folks that run these accounts never spell out “vehicle” when they put up tweets about multi-vehicle accidents. Ostensibly this would be to save characters as tweets only allow for 140. However, they ALWAYS put directional indications on the roads both before and after they name the roads. What? It reads so poorly: “Multi-vehicle accident on northbound I-77 northbound at mile marker 16.”

If you want to save the characters, quit being redundant.

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