Aug. 22nd, 2012

terriko: Evil Soup (evil soup)
Got some Quality Spam today:

This is a compound that is used to increase nitric oxide release. As a matter of fact, gamers playing bowling games actually have to go as far as to run and go into a bowling stance before the release as a method of providing a more realistic experience. Would you like a way to build a back-end stream of revenue so you can have positive cash flow come the first of every month?


The folk on IRC with me earlier agreed that bowling on nitrous would probably make the game more funny. But will it provide more revenue?
terriko: Adorable icon care of John (bubble bobble)
A random bit of makery 'cause it occurred to me to take a couple of pictures tonight:

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No, the xbox controller has nothing to do with it. It's just there for scale, although I do find it amusing that it looks like I might be advertising for some gay gamer/maker thing or somesuch. I hope I didn't get anyone's hopes up!

Star Hook Case (open)

All it is is a nice way to hold a subset of my crochet hooks. I have a larger case that my friend Marlene made for me, but it's a bit too large to tote around, so if I want to take a small collection of hooks, now I've got an easy and colourful way to do so. yeay!

The pattern for the star hook case is available on ravelry or the direct pattern link on the author's blog. All I did was change colours every two rows to make a rainbow case, which maybe isn't quite as clean and classy, but I think it's fun! It's a pretty interesting pattern, since all it does is make use of a stitch pattern that contains reasonably tight holes to make a ornate mesh that I can push hooks through. So clever!

It's also very soft. I'm tempted to make myself a very rainbow scarf to wear around town. But my PAX costume isn't done yet, so that comes first!

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