I totally love the above video. The short film, by Tom and Matt, titled HP Invent, was made in response to a D&AD Student Awards brief set by Hewlett Packard: “Present an idea which promotes HP Workstations ability to bring to life anything the creative mind can conceive.” Here's more info.

Also found at idsgn, I am quite taken by these refurbished 'Guerrilla Typography' personal advertisements with the theme Leave it better than the way you found it from Cardon Copy.

Other things found on my internet travels include:
  • An image search engine called TinEye, wherein you upload a photo and the search engine is able to find other copies of that picture on the internet, even if they've been resized or cropped. I'm yet to really find a use for it, but we'll see.
  • And a search engine called Spezify which produces results visually. Again, very cool, but I'm still not too sure what to do with it.
  • David Lynch's latest documentary project, sounds pretty promising. Titled, Interview Project, it involves a roadtrip across the USA, looking at the lives of 121 people along the way.
I've been watching this show called True Blood for most of the evening, but I'm still not sure I like it yet; all the violent sex scenes, ditsy girls and bad Southern accents. My friend Alisha came over with her two boys tonight and her youngest, Scotty drew me lots of pretty pictures with my pencils. I cleaned up my desk today and sorted all of the stuff into jars and cups and drawers and things and threw some stuff away. Throwing out all of the paper in your life is a good feeling. My eyes have been really blurry and bloodshot all day from this stupid conjunctivitis. Needless to say, it's gross and I hate it. Waking up and not being able to open your eyes is a strange feeling.