“…You steal the food right out of my mouth
And I watch you eat it
I still don’t know why
Why I love you so much…”
Jay-Z Magna Carta Holy Grail- Shawn Carter
River with shimmer
They say it had started when fish started swimming under a pallet as it was raining- “Pretty cool”- the fish thought. Others say it started when two chub came up to the workers at the end of the day and said “Please don’t throw anymore stuff in the water and make it smell bad.”
What ever way it was- it was a half a mile of fish oil wrapped against the side of the river.
It was dead again.
It was rising. But it was like an overflowing toilet. There were no microorganisms- no waves- no magnetic electricity. The shimmer that were left were coming around from the opposite end.
And as they approached above the Pier 17 area- there was a headache. It was theirs. The fish were crying. Luckily they could make their way towards the jet stream and found solace in tide of the ocean.
Eventually the tides returned and river started to heal. But it was an Exton-Valdez moment before. The workers wanted to know what to do to stop these things from happening.
Humans that celebrate the shimmer.
Don’t shoot the fish. Don’t shoot 24 lb bowling balls out to land upon wood laying along the shore.
Don’t electrify the water.
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Many of the backgrounds in Blinky Comix are rendered in 3D before they are cartooned into. Shaders are more variable and be used in resolutions from print to web and broadcast.
Go forth and render unto…
FOSSCON 2014 will be held Saturday, August 9th, 2014 at the Franklin Institute – 222 N 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103.
This year, we will be celebrating our 5th consecutive year in service. FOSSCON is a free and open source software conference that include talks and workshops on topics including development, community building, hackerspace activities, and more. Some of the topics previously presented at FOSSCON include: 3D printing, security, protecting your privacy, networking with the local tech community and discovering new technologies.
Flash reprints or “Flashbacks” of previous issues of Blinky Comix in a proprietary format using Macromedia’s “Action” player- and was not available for all platforms.
Now, these early comix are available for all to see in the “Flash” format- as well as the first Blinky’s.
If you had any aspirations to see the New York art scene as it’s defined. Don’t miss this show.
138 Sullivan St
But don’t wait- it’s happening now.
MySpace has made us all into natural Beachcombers- collecting pieces of music, words and photos. Mine is no exception.
If I have had a good meal or drink- the area warrants a picture. Moreover if I feel tired a delight of sight or light is a true pick me up.
Modern beachcombers “follow the “drift lines” or “tide lines” on the beach and are interested in the (mostly natural) objects that the sea casts up. For these people, “beachcombing” is the … activity of looking for and finding various curiosities … all manner of things that have been lost or discarded by seagoing vessels will be collected by some beachcombers, as long as the items are either decorative or useful in some way to the collector.”
Mine are available here-
The photos of Blinky Comix now also appear at Facebook.
This should facilitate those of you who have a problem with the MySpace engine.
Featured Album available: Seaport- detailed pictures