Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Introducing a new line of greeting cards, "Suitable for Framing!"
- coming, very soon, to my Art166 "Small Works" Shop.
Up, up, and away!
Did you want to grow up to be an astronaut? I did, and still would, if the opportunity presented itself. (Be an astronaut, I mean -- not grow up!) Until then, I can look over an astronaut's shoulder by watching NASA TV. It's free, and currently a lot of Space Shuttle Discovery and International Space Station feed is running.
In addition to hearing commentary and conversation by the crew, there's also NASA commentary and special events, like this morning's AP/USA Today in-flight interview at 7:18 a.m. CST.
Watching those guys float around is just fun; and the views from the earth-side windows is awe-inspiring.
Another space walk, tomorrow!
So, if you've ever wondered what goes on up there, click the following link, choose your video player of choice, and enjoy! I've spent many insomnia-related hours at NASA TV. It sure beats watching endless infomercials. Who needs cable?
Here's the link: Nasa TV
I've posted three new pieces in the "Profondo Rosso" gallery over at Art166.com! That's either exciting or distressing news, depending on where you stand on this red series. From here, it's ALL excitement!
The "Great Greeting Card Caper" is on temporary hold. While attempting to run a couple of very late night test prints, I ran into some major technical issues (paper & template crises) which will take me a while to sort out. No biggie.
Those are two words I don't like hearing during the first weather forecast of the day.
In other news, a local grandmother solves a family dispute (knives and stabbing were involved!) with a 14" cast iron skillet. Two men are hospitalized.