This is a letter I just sent out to several companies and individuals I do web design/development subcontracting for. I thought it was worth posting here. I’m not particularly secretive about what I charge (or, as you’ll see, am going to be charging from now on) for websites, so I don’t think it’s inappropriate to […]
I’m really intrigued by the Switch, a multitool that you can add or remove components from yourself. The circular hole/pivot point reminds me of my own pocket knife, the Gerber Remix, which I carry with me constantly. The Remix is a skeletonized…well, remix of the older Gerber Chameleon, of which I owned two before I […]
So I’d like your advice, my dear Internet. I have a software project called dbasr that I’ve been working on for a while — several years, on and off, in fact. Weirdly enough, it’s actually probably more relevant and useful now than when I started it. I’ve rewritten the code base several times, but I […]
Here’s a little something I just whipped up for my own uses, but you might find it useful as well: vgrid.css, a CSS style sheet for handling vertical height of objects by em, as a sort of companion to the 960 grid. It’s got vgrid_x classes from 1 to 100; if you’re assigning onscreen elements […]
Here’s something from my new portfolio site, Standard Nerds: a travel poster for the planet of Gallifrey.
To celebrate the upcoming release of Red State Soundsystem’s first album, Ghosts In A Burning City, here’s a Red State wallpaper for you. This image will also be available soon as a signed print, or as part of the deluxe album package.
Douche 1 by jzellis View other Parody T-Shirts This is the first in Zenarchery’s new line of Douche clothing. Because we hate them as much as you do.
Red State Soundsystem – Red Truck by jzellis Get a t-shirt at Zazzle See more Party Music Entertainment T-Shirts
You can now buy a “Fear The Panda” t-shirt from Zazzle.com! Who wouldn’t want the Zenarchery panda on their chest, big as life? Losers, that’s who! Cool people want to buy the shirt! Buy it! Give me a few dollars! I need money! It’s awesome! It comes in like eight zillion colors and sizes! Hella […]
Jarret Keene asked me to make some videos for the spoken-word pieces on his album Monster Fashion. This is the first one, the title track. The clips are made up of bits of things from the Prelinger archives and YouTube (mostly the former). It’s not exactly David Fincher, I know, but it’s cute.