pierre rigal's asphalte was amazing; beautiful interplay of light and sound and bodies; I should really watch more dance
sketching and sharing designs, note-taking, reading, uninterrupted writing... RT @stanmorePhoenix @PeterMHoward such as?
with an iphone and a macbook pro I really don't need an ipad, but I keep coming up against really good use cases; must wait for 2nd gen!
dymocks "know" i "love fantasy novels", but i've never bought any of the authors they're promoting — this is why genre divisions fail
bought a couple of subscriptions for @sydsymph 2011 season — first show the day after i get back from paris and london!
enjoyed tomorrow when the war began; low budget and kinda obvious, but good adventure; make more movies like this, australia!
Amy Klein reads Rolling Stone, and riffs on the portrayal of women in popular media: I begin to feel increasingly […]
still get a shock when I see adults with screen names or emails ending in *90 and realise it corresponds to their year of birth
next year's good vibes lineup looks great! almost jumped on the pre-release ticket offer, till i realised i won't be in the country :/
finished reading @GreatDismal's Zero History; still buzzing; I want to hear more from Bigend, but it's a great conclusion to the series
the iPhone 4.1 update fixed whatever was causing a really annoying slowdown whenever I opened safari; 3GS is back to speed now
flight to london booked! out before new years, back mid march — i love it when a plan comes together
Enter the Void is ambitious, visually stunning, well constructed, but the story is threadbare and it overstays its welcome #SUFF_FilmFest
forgot how close work is to the rocks — it's a nice place to spend a lunch break, especially in beautiful weather like today's
love what I see! RT @Two_Thousand: [...] the Thousands iPhone App we now have an updated supersonic version! Go get it: http://bit.ly/aykPax
any of the #12StepFC crew headed to @SUFF_FilmFest tonight or tomoro? I'm gonna be camped out for most of both days
oliver stone's South of the Border was a great doco; didn't quite stray into USA posturing — very open exploration of the ppl #SUFF_FilmFest
off to @SUFF_FilmFest if this bus can crawl its way through the city; looking forward to South of the Border, hoping I can make the party
I do love the idea of a minority govt — hope it acts as a precedent so we can see more indy MPs and shift away from the two majors #ausvotes
odd that ppl think this combo govt is going to do *anything*, good or bad, when they did so little in the last round #ausvotes #worksforme
reached the mention of "basel pocket money" in zero history, and now get @GreatDismal's tweets from hours ago; incredibly weird way to read
enjoyed olivier assayas' irma vep; weird story of a chinese actress in a french film; great exploration of how and why we make movies
setup ping in itunes but it only works with music i buy in their store? when i still buy physical discs that's a complete waste of time!
john safran's race relations is crude, difficult, really funny, and incredibly worthwhile: http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/451876
time to run as an indy? RT @kid_twist Rural indys fighting for financial support for farmers but when will someone do the same for artists?
picked up @GreatDismal's Zero History; everything else i'm reading gets put on hold for this one
In which five things are on my mind: Location, The City, Sex & Death, Teams Edward & Jacob, Creative Whitespace […]
5 things: Location, The City, Sex & Death, Teams Edward & Jacob, Creative Whitespace http://wintermute.com.au/bits/2010-08/five-things/
really enjoyed godard's alphaville at @ArtGalleryofNSW — weird film, and confusing at times, but interesting storytelling, well played
it's not yet midday, but I'm calling this meal "lunch" so it's ok taking with a glass of wine
great meal and delicious cocktails (one espresso-based and one green tea) at @GrasshopperBar — nice way to end the week
I have a less webby one coming for my own site soon too RT @GrudenGroup Five Things: Web Stuff We’re Thinking About http://bit.ly/dxIy6z
while i'm giving up on @foursquare again, this is pretty much the reason why i *would* use it: http://weeplaces.com/peter-howard/
watched the last few episodes of spartacus over the last couple days; great, bloody, fun, and I'm looking forward to season 2!
nice day at parliament house in canberra; celebrating a project launch, seeing how people are using it, and planning improvements
only way to handle this election has been to go out drinking, but I've still been glued to twitter for updates; scared this'll drag for days
very impressed with salt! great spy action in the vein of the jack ryan thrillers, and it's cool to see angelina jolie playing harrison ford
I voted for mere incompetence over apparent malintent; no surprise the experience still leaves me feeling dirty #ausvotes