fire is cool. residential brick ovens: www.mugnaini.com www.earthstoneovens.com here’s an article from the washington post on them.
the domus aurea was buried when nero’s rule came to its violent end, subsequently the contents are very well preserved. this week, a city officials unveiled a spectacular mosaic hinting at the amazing finds to come.
this article cites some new theories that challenge our current perceptions of gladitors in roman society. rather than slaves who fought to the death, it suggests that the storied combatants were pampered superstars who staged their fights like modern-day professional wrestlers.
i finally got some time to do a little work on the imh stuff that’s been hanging around. from the original design work back in the 90s, the only logo art that survived was compressed and low resolution web formats. i ended up rebuilding the logo from scratch at print resolutions and, in the process, created a few additional treatments beyond the traditional verision: classic full color metalic-finished type with a little depth greyscale, blue type for duotone and limited color printing greyscale cutout type for black and white
Online video will heat up as a U.S. advertising format in 2005, fueled by the use of high-speed Internet connections, while attention-grabbing pop-ups will wane, according to a research report on online ad trends by Internet agency Avenue A/Razorfish.
read the reviews of this family circus book at amazon.com. brilliant.
haven’t blogged for the last few days while i have been attending an advanced coldfusion MX programming class. really good stuff, i got a lot of out of it and really enjoyed the experience. i have seen the light on building rich sites with flash frontends and coldfusion backends. very impressive potential.
ftc presses spyware jerk to stop distributing his foul products.