- Wonderful illustrations/ fabulous photography. Also
Illustration and Que-sera-sera.
(Via the Artist
Gallery at boom-japan
- A Japanese advertising postcards to print. If you
click on one of the cards in the gallery it takes you to
another page of cards. The real treasure is scrolling to
the bottom of those pages and clicking on the dates. There are more images). Thanks Kathy.
Laundromat - A Brooklyn-based photolog with an emphasis on strange
signage, urban decay, and general weirdness (Via oink).
::: Ana Casas Broda - "This work is the result of my need to find my
roots and an identity. The process of making the book became an
exploration in many ways. I submerged myself in my own diaries and
those of my grandmother and once again discovered that we share a
profound need to capture time through words, photographs, tapes, film
and videos. And these objects allow us to see our life cycle"
Monday, October 20, 2003 The "I can pay you $20/month by putting 2
text links on your index or home page as our Advertiser" email
offer I've received was definitely tempting, but as Orange
Haired Boy says - it's a New
Blog Spamming Tactic!
Wednsday, October 15, 2003
This is what I'm getting from the hosting company:
"The domain was set to be renewed however apparently there
is a problem with the regsitrar and the domain is not being
allowed into the cart to be renewed".
"I am talking with Enom about your domain, it
will be settled very soon. Right now it is expired with no option to
renew, I am working on that so I can renew it for you. Please, bear
Hod - The artists' village at the foot of Mount Carmel is
celebrating it's 50th anniversary. In the fifties, a
group of artists decided that Ein
Hod would be a place where they could work, build studios
and workshops, and form a creative environment for art and
education. Ein Hod turned into the only artists' village in
Israel, one of the few in the world, where artists live and
create in every artistic media from the visual arts, to
theater, music and literature.
Tuesday, October 7, 2003 Family
'proud' of suicide bomber. " Hanadi
Tayssir Jaradat, 29, who worked as a lawyer in the centre of the West
Bank town of Jenin, was a devout Muslim who would assiduously pray and
read the Koran, her parents said".
A young woman walks into a crowded restaurant
and clicks away the lives of 19 men, women, young children and tiny
babies... What's there to say?!?
How do you protect yourself emotionally against this craziness?! How
do you adjust to this kind of routine?!
Sometimes we joke about it as a way to cope, like the other day my son
Danny wanted to borrow his brother's jeans to go out and Oded was not
sure he wanted to let him have the jeans saying he likes them too much and
is afraid he might not get them back... the jeans!
I'm returning to work today after the Yom Kippur
holiday and I'm dreading it because I'm sure a long and difficult day
awaits me with all the stories that'll be coming in about
Saturday's 'attack' at the Maxim restaurant for Friday's
newspaper and since Haifa is a very small city, I'm also sure we all
personally know people who were at the restaurant on Saturday. All in
all I should be grateful that my family is safe.