In the magical land of Hollis Woods, there once lived a little guy named Bearly.
He worked in the daytime at the honey mines, where everyone treated him fairly.
He rented a smallish room in a hollow tree
In a town where very little came free
But Bearly’s dream was much bigger than that – an actor was what he wanted to be!
With fame and awards and lots of honey in a mansion down by the sea!
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Nasa Future Visions Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has released some fabulous retro travel images. Smaller versions are below, but you can download FREE ready-to-print poster sized ones here: Nasa JPL: Visions of the Future Science is cool! Enjoy, Joe
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Graphic JoeActor! Part of the job of being self-employed is letting people know what you’ve accomplished. Since I normally eschew traditional marketing methods, I decided to get a bit graphic instead. Below are some iconic graphics featuring characters that I’ve … Continue reading
Joe’s Dump has been around over 2 years. With more than 100 posts, it’s time for a bit of Dump Digging to harvest out some of my favorite posts from the past year…
Organized by category for your convenience below – Enjoy!
V321.ru – The Story
Moth or Flame?
Technology Rising, Quality Sinking
Good, Fast, Cheap – A New Take
The Myth Of Conversational VO
Un Film Du Arte
by Aruba Borealis
“Un Film Du Arte” is the first of a series of 273 films by soon to be acclaimed director Aruba Borealis.
Known for his work on knowing art, Aruba Borealis brings a fresh perspective to the Art Film genre.
“I wanted to make something that means something to someone… but I came up with this. Maybe I can sell it.”
— Aruba Borealis
Critical Praise for “Un Film Du Arte”:
“For a first film, this was really bad.”
— Fred Garvey, Mulligatawny Post Dispatch
Rainbow Chicken Curtain!
So, what do you do with a bunch of tiny rubber chickens and way too much spare time?
Let There Be Lights!
I made these bedside pendant lamps for less than $55 each… with my own two hands!
(hard to believe, no?)
Read on to find out how they’re built, and to view links to the products so you can make them too…
The lampshades are from kits known as “Jigsaw Puzzle Lamps” or just “Jigsaw Lamps”. Continue reading