Saturday, February 27, 2010


Man... I forgot how much everyone drives in L.A.

Friday, February 26, 2010

hey fat f**k

...out of my way...

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Top-secret Zero-emission Bloom Box Revealed (Kind of)


Skate Photographers

Stecyk, Yelland, Friedman


...why does it have to be so cold still? what did we do wrong as nebraskans? i feel like i am being punished.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Monday, February 22, 2010

car fire

Weekly Link Round-Up

I just got MostlySkateboarding on Twitter.
Slate's The Efficient Life should be interesting.
Video with the creators of Photoshop on the 20th anniversary.
I hate url shortening, so ShadyURL makes me smile.
My Best Shot. Photographers talk about their best shots.
Post 22 tests the Bower 8mm Fisheye on their 7D.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

New Boards!

Always stoked to get stuff in the mail, these came on Friday. Made my day. Thanks Mackenzie and the dudes at Stereo. Something about the smell of a new board always reminds me of the first time I gripped a deck.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Number Of The Best Everrrrrr

Get six cups of milk in there and you'll hear Slayer at full volume.
Via: delete yourself

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Frank Zappa - Montana


We've been had...

and by Frenchy farmers no less!! Luckily I'm not a fan of the Pinots... otherwise I might give a shit.

Freaking news

More photos here

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Venice Skatepark Planning

Venice Skate Park Planning

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Values, Politic, and Rhetoric (?)...

Where is the nitty gritty? Where and how do persuasive arguments work to neutralize the facts and is there such a thing as balance? Do certain ideals weigh so heavy that they require abondoning other ideals to sway the majority (which ideals, why)? How much does popular media jack or weight our understanding. Where is unpopular media (besides The Guardian)? What is placed in the highest of priorities politically and why? What does is mean to be a liberal what does it mean to be a conservative and where does the separation begin?

Some links ... they're probably biased:

Just looking for discussion and resources to evaluate.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Monday, February 15, 2010

Weekly Link Round-Up

I think I'm getting Canon's new 550D when it comes out.
Check the 2009 World Press Photo winners

Gizmodo explains why ISO is the new Megapixel.
Square lets you accept credit cards on your iphone. Peep the video.
A portion of Polaroid's art collection is going up for auction.
See a few piece form Polaroid's collection here.
I'm still trying to figure out why I should use Google Buzz.
A 30 minute Geoff McFetridge lecture. Via: The Wife

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Yet another CO delivery....

Ironically, this batch showed up on the day I committed to giving up the drinky-drink for Lent. I have 2 days to finish it off, or wait 40 days....

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Love and Guts

Pat Ngoho setting up the show.  Wellington, NZ

Friday, February 12, 2010

pigeon power!

Lincoln Ve-Low party tonight, Fri, 2/12, 7-10pm at Grata bar (27th and Yankee Hill). Ride your bike and I'll buy you a beer.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

training wheels

My little girl molly has been riding her skuut bike in our house all winter, but she hasn't ever ridden out of doors. We live on a pretty steep hill, thus there isn't a flat spot within several blocks of our house. So we went to an office parking lot down the street last night and she did great. She was shouting woohoo and rode until our hands were freezing and it was so dark we couldn't see any longer. We then went and got a hot chocolate and made our way back home talking about our night. I didn't get any of it on film or video, but it is a memory I will never forget. Woohoo!




Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Pancake machine

Is a good thing. I missed the money shot of the blopper blopping away.

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Newseum Posts 773 Front Pages Per Day

Newseum has a page where you can see and read any of 773 newspapers' front pages.

"Just put your mouse on a city anywhere in the world map and the newspaper headlines pop up. Double click on the city location and the page gets larger ... you can read the entire paper on some if you click on the right place. You can spend forever here ... this site changes every day with the publication of new editions of the paper."

Monday, February 08, 2010

Ice + screws = ?

Anyone up for ice bikin'?

Last Minutes With Oden

Last Minutes with ODEN from phos pictures on Vimeo.

Weekly Link Round-Up

Bud Caddell's essay against 3-D.
Ryan McGinley's photos of Winter Olympians. Via : Love Bryan.
This American Life has an iPhone app.
Gaming consoles from all over the world. The Consollection.
Fun redesign of Chiquite Banana. Via Chris Glass.

Sunday, February 07, 2010


Like, it snowed the whole ride...

Hook Remix

I see Frankie Hill and Frank Hirata

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Thursday, February 04, 2010

New New Belguim

Well, You flat landers will be getting a real NW style IPA coming soon. I just tried my "sample" (yeah... it's 3:00, who cares, it's Bend) of New Belgium's Ranger IPA and it is the real deal folks. It has that citrus aroma when you first open it and the mouth drying effect of 70 IBU's, but some how finishes clean. I'm not sure how long they worked on this one but I think they hit it right on the mark.

wolf moon

Incase you missed the largest full moon of the year last week, here's some shots of it.

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

really good piece on old school baseball gloves...

from Studio 36o


now it's time for paint. thanks wolfman! you're the best.


Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Monday, February 01, 2010

The Incredible San Fancisco Artists' Soapbox Derby, 1975. from Mike Haeg on Vimeo.

Alex Olson in a feminine wipe ad. At first I thought it was one of girl's spoof ads but it's not.

Weekly Link Round-Up

Super excited for HBO's Temple Grandin bio pic starring Claire Danes
California Vans and where they where. Via: Chris Glass.
Vanity Fair on what makes Haute Couture. Via: Dinosaurs and Robots.
I'm excited for Slate's coverage of the last season of Lost.
Artist Michael Johansson must be good at Tetris.
Four big myths of profile pictures. Via: Coudal