Today I did was the graphic above, as a cover for the Radix Magazine in Montreal. It’s run by McGill Chaplaincy. The samples are myoglobin and some molecule I-don’t know-what-it-is. The symbols are from a T-Shirt Company. The theme was back-to-basics, where people from various religions describe the basics of their faith. I hope the graphic doesn’t suck or have any weird errors. Sometimes I can’t tell.
Another thing I did was work on on a prototype website for my friends in The Lovely Feathers. I’m trying to hack a hack of WordPress into the website they want. There’s a really excellent email-to-blog plugin for WordPress that I’ve been experimenting with. The most popular application on the Net is email, like, everybody knows how to email. I think that web-publishing should be that easy.
With this script by John Blade you can just set up an email for your website and send mail to the website. (If you’re registered) the website will read the email and post it in the category you tell it too. It will also post any attachments you send. I think it’s really cool and I’d like to develop more sites where the email/web connection is seamless.
One final thing I did was drive around Colombo traffic with Amma. We saw some woman with no teeth walking around gumming her mouth like an old lady. Amma said one of her relatively well-off Museus classmates ended up like that after her husband left her and she got into drugs. Then we went to Odel’s and looked at shoes.