Web Design God.
Aug 05, 2001Today was a fun one. Natasha and I went to her friend Stephanie's lesbian birthday party. I represented the Y-chromosone. It's kindof annoying when the only thing that gay folk seem to know how to talk about is being gay. Before you get your panties in a bunch, I'm not generalizing to the whole tuna boat here. This phenomen tends to be most prevalent among young homosexual folk. Maybe they feel that they need the constant reassurance that their lifestyle is OK. That they're OK. It's sure not an easy path to walk. But gosh it's annoying.
Natasha stumbled on a character quirk of mine today. Her creative, design, talents/instincts are much strongser than her coding skills, whereas I'm the opposite. so I offered to code her up any design that she wanted. Non-chalantly in the car today she told me that she was having someone else build the site for her. She had forgotten my offer. I got upset. It's like bringing your car to jiffy-lube when your husband is an auto-mechanic. That got me so stirred up that I sat down and cranked out a new and very distinctive design, rife with her favorite colors, an awesome graphic and smoove navigation. So without further ado: here it is.
Tomorrow I resume my hunt for a jobbie job. A friend of Walter's is staying with us for a while. He's in-between places right now. Good taste in music. Nice guy. Better hide the sex toys.
I posted my second entry on Index42 today. What a buzz! I think I could get really into the whole internet sub-culture thing.
Yesterday we went on a photo-shoot in Austin's beautiful "green-belt". My nefarious subject was as beautiful as ever, the sun shone brightly, and the shutter snapped true. I've been shooting with Fuji 100 slide film. I forget which grade. I can't wait to see how they come out.
I discovered the band "Paw" on Audiogalaxy the other day. Their song "Jessie" rocks my socks off. This is a MUST for all you rock/dog lovers. Audiogalaxy is cool like that. When you search for an artist it suggests other artists that you may also enjoy. What sweet magic. I have discovered a few great bands that way. I actually applied for a job there (at Audiogalaxy). They're located in Austin right across the bridge from me. Too wild.
This has gotten long enough. Nighty night.