Monthly Archives: September 2010

Procrastination Hip.

Procrastination Hip: Where, in the process of avoiding doing work of some description (most commonly university work),¬†one stumbles across the ‘newest’, ‘freshest’ or most ‘hip’ thing on the internet. Credit for the creation of this neologism goes to my friend … Continue reading

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Awareness, Jazz and Beanies.

As a part-time cyclist and a full-time driver, I understand both sides of the heated battle that goes on between the two parties. Cyclists are ever sick of getting engulfed in bus fumes and almost run over and drivers can’t … Continue reading

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Trailers with Spoilers.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt.1 is set to be released in NZ on the 18th of November. If you’re a bit of a Harry Potter fan, no doubt you’re pretty keen to see what they’ve done with the … Continue reading

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Big Day Out: 1st lineup.

Big Day Out lineups inevitably seem to polarise opinion. Just take a look at Facebook today and many a status is dedicated to either praising or lambasting the announcement. 2010’s lineup was critiqued for containing too many returning artists from … Continue reading

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Criticisms and Clocks.

I recently had a conversation with a friend about what kind of clock we’d own in our future houses. If possible, I would purchase a clock of this sort. Analogue and digital clocks are old news, why not tell the … Continue reading

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To stumble upon things.

I do indeed stumble upon cool things every time I use Stumbleupon. What I found today was a collection of photographs where a photo is made black and white but for a select part. The end result is something very … Continue reading

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Michael Bay: A story.

Explosions, wooden dialogue and more explosions. Michael Bay is a legend of the last two decades for making big-budget summer blockbusters. Rather than highlight the deficiencies in his overall sensibility, let’s take a trip down Michael Bay lane and appreciate … Continue reading

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