random ramblings from installation artist, lauren brown: what she's thinking, what she's seeing and who she's read.
This was the harsh reality of facebook this afternoon...
I do not understand.One thing I do not understand is how to do a screen grab like this. Could you enlighten me Lauren ?
I understand, on both counts. That's brilliant Lauren. And clearly untrue. Your work has depth. Much depth.Tom do you have a button on your keyboard in the top right or top left corner with 'Print Screen' written on it? If so, click it, and then 'right click paste' somewhere and you'll see the screen grab.
Ask Harry, Tom. I'm sure he knows. Or your daughter - she may be doing rubbish paintings, but she can probably code a website in basic html by now.Or, if you've got a mac, press Command (Apple)-Shift 3. If you turn your sound on, it makes the click of a camera, just so you know when you've grabbed it. Hey Angus - you're right.. especially after I buried it. ha! :) sorry.. lame.
Thanks you two. I feel empowered.
I see this as an homage to abstract contextualism Tom, but I may be wrong.
i think you're reading too much into it doddsy...
An Error ? Yesterday ? Clear why ... http://blog.wired.com/business/2007/10/breaking-micros.html
Fucking hell John that sounds like something you'd get on Charles' blog.
thorsten.. i love hearing about this crap - News Ltd buys Myspace, Microsoft buys Facebook, Myspace changes its interface to be more like Facebook.. I'm hoping Facebook will try to look more like Google, Google will by News Ltd, the Herald Sun will look more like Myspace and the next version of Vista will look more like Facebook!
The companys seem to have a behavior like organisms, that leads to idea that they need a genetic mix up to survive in the cosmos of the business. I will post this in my blog, thank you for the flash of thought.
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