Thursday, March 31, 2005 

Tybee Moon

yeah, it's a bit blurry. i diggit anyway.

Tuesday, March 29, 2005 

miles of light explode

"watchin' a stretch of road, miles of light explode..." - My Morning Jacket

Jen and I were having some fun with the cam while driving home on saturday night. she started taking some really cool shots of the lights, with slow shutter speed. we took this one while passing some kind of factory or plant on the way back out to the islands. hoping to eventually get the time to play with some of these shots in Aftereffects, set them to some good tunes, etc... we'll see.

Saturday, March 26, 2005 


"It is necessary to return to the point where the interplay of light and dark reveals forms, and in this way to bring richness back into architectural space." - Tadao Ando


This yarn made from a Pet bottle.

Whether it's been a while since you last checked out, or if you've never been there before... it's high time you stopped by. some truly hilarious photos of signage, labels, and whatnot from Japan.

enjoy the "poisonous and evil rubbish"!

Wednesday, March 23, 2005 

meet Stanky

Stanky has a lot on going on at the moment. He's a little bogged down, really. He may be stopping by hepcat.daily from time to time in the future, though.

Sunday, March 20, 2005 


Friday, March 18, 2005 

The 'Tude

just a little friday 'tude from the Griff-dude.

Thursday, March 17, 2005 

Out Of Step

ran across a great bit of satire on today. here's a brief sampling of the article:

MIDDLE AMERICA Out of Step with Mainstream Hollywood Values
The Academy Awards ceremony last week, and especially host Chris Rock's politically charged comedy, provoked a firestorm of criticism from conservatives, proving that red state voters are still out of step with the values of the Hollywood entertainment community.
"These fringe-right bomb-throwers have got to get the message that regular Americans love half-naked sluts and rapid gunfire," said Dennis Franz, star of "NYPD Blue." America has spoken, and they have chosen my flabby ass."
"Salma Hayek's shocking cleavage was bad enough, but when I saw Rene Zellwegger's near-satanic combination of dyed black hair, pale white skin and tight red mermaid outfit, I was so outraged that I got a raging erection," said (Bill O'Reilly) on his popular show. "I had no choice but to spend the entire duration of the broadcast defiling myself with a vibrator and Murphy's Oil Soap. It was a disgusting, sick display, and it just goes to show that Hollywood has not learned anything from George Bush winning the last election by a razor-thin margin."

pretty damn funny, if you ask me... and it goes on for quite a bit. beats anything that i've seen on The Onion in ages, by a long shot.

click the headline above (or here) for the rest of the piece.


i got nuttin'

blogger is being a major pain in the ass these days. publishing new posts is taking upto ten minutes here. just navigating the site is like pulling teeth too. i really need to get around to setting this thing up with movable type already.

Wednesday, March 16, 2005 

up the beach

one of my personal favorites. i took this one about two years ago, with my first digital camera. it may not look like it, but there's very little post-processing on this one - just a sepia gradient overlay and some contrast tweaking.

i love the texture of the sand in the foreground, the warped horizon-line of the ocean, the grainy look of the sky, and the loose sand that's blowing away from the cam.... seems like it's all being drawn towards JLR in the background there.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005 


so many great vicrotians in the historic distric here. this one almost looks like it belongs in the Haight.

Monday, March 14, 2005 

Johnson Square

seems like my digital camera is starting to crap out on me. have only had it for maybe a year and a half, but more often than not lately, most of my shots turn out either blurry or completely washed out (or both) - regardless of wether i have set it manually or just used the automatic function. can you say "planned obsolescence"?... oh well, got some good use out of it, i guess. anyway, this is prompting me to have some more fun altering the photos after the fact.

Sunday, March 13, 2005 

late in the day

wandered around the historic district on saturday. they have turned all of the fountains green for St Patty's Day. "officials" wearing their goofy lookin' green suits all over the place. town is packed to the gills with tourists already too. maybe i should have called this one "the calm before the storm".

Saturday, March 12, 2005 


last one of these shots for now. liked this one better dropped to b/w.

Thursday, March 10, 2005 

peas least that's what JLR calls them, especially when they're all nestled together like this.

time for The Modulator's Friday Ark.

Wednesday, March 09, 2005 

hole in one?

Oddly enough, the following photo has been the number one "most emailed" photo on yahoo news for the past few days. go figure.

click click

hi-frikkin-larious. heh heh... golf.


plant 3

Tuesday, March 08, 2005 

plant 2

this sucker sits directly between a bunch of bars, a club or two, a few nice restaurants... and their view of the Savannah River. you could probably hold a florescent bulb and watch it glow just from the stray electricity.

Monday, March 07, 2005 


Sunday, March 06, 2005 

G n' T

looks like we're back in business.


Saturday, March 05, 2005 

Prayer Guided, Tactical Nukular Missile

this Onion Infograph looks about right.

Friday, March 04, 2005 

more nonsense.

While we're still waiting for the new hosting company to get their shit together, I figured that I would throw out some more links to the random stuff that has kept me entertained this week while taking breaks from working too much. check 'em out:

Idiot Videos - if that link's not working, then go here and click the "videos" button. this guy sets audio clips from movies like The Big Lebowski, Office Space, and Reservoir Dogs to cleverly edited video from classic Saturday morning cartoons, Charlie Brown, and other random sources. some of it is pretty hilarious. do yourself a favor and check out "TPS" and "Legion of Dogs" at least. well worth the download.

RoboDump 1.0 - someone who has way too much time on his hands.

Bad Cartridge - new tune from Beck... rocking the gameboy like a moldy crouton.

Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" - trailer for the new stop motion film from Burton, coming this fall... just in time for Halloween, of course.

Philip K. Dick's "A Scanner Darkly" - Richard Linklater directs his own adaptation, using the same digital rotoscoping tech that he used on "Waking Life". Dick's own family claims that it is "the very first faithful adaptation of a Philip K. Dick story." we'll see. watch the trailer here.

...that's it for now, back to work.