Monday, September 19, 2005
Last weekend we went scratching for Diamonds at Herkeimer. Them pickins were mighty slim, but it was a good time. I got blisters on both thumbs, but the experience was terrific. Jim, he is a natural geomancer, and he done taught me the sekrit of finding a good rock! Yee haw, bash away bash away all!
Congratulations to Ela and Arrin. It was a really awesome gala, with tons of unique touches. The Habitat gardens were lovely, and it was nice to see so much greenery. Besides the beautiful setting and terrific mediterranean food, the storytelling was exquisite. Ela's hand was in all the designs, from the custom invites, the natural setting, the gorgeous dress and handmade jewelry, to the traditional Israeli repast. Arrin's friends are very funny, and told some terrific stories! Lily did a terrific job with the flowers, and it was nice to spend time talking to the people at our table: Shanti, Vivian, Lily, Ben, Audrey, Thuy, Jenny, and her new husband! Rain had us in stitches with a hilarious poem. We were also treated to an exotic belly dancing tribute by the beautiful Polina, and a song by another of Arrin's friends. I saw tons of MIT alumni in attendance, and everyone was so nice. We had a great time! Here's to the happy couple! Additional Congratulations to Rain and Byron! You guys rock for getting off your honeymoon plane just to be in attendance!
Saturday, September 17, 2005
Today TMG demoed at the AIGA design conference. Nice to meet some folks from AIGA's head office in NY (kieran w. and friends) It was different, and I got tons of paper samples. The people were friendly, and were interested in the electronics we demoed. It was interesting to see the world of the Graphic Artist. Lots of stuff about paper printing...
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
It was a strange word, and I couldn't figure out what it really alluded to. So Thank You, matt, for responding. I will not forget a tribute to Bailacoil... enjoy! Romance of the Rose describes Bailacoil as "fair welcome", one of the guardian of the Lady's rose! here's to innocent bailacoil, and the folly of being friends.