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cool music, dying samurai, forest and spirits... weird and cool.

snagged from Coilhouse.

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Designer sh*t don't you know, from Coilhouse. Happy Friday!
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Coming from Ikea; manga inspired goodies. I can so see this working in many a fan's home/closed.

And also riffing from Apartment Therapy's article there, my Ikea name: SLOBJALANSS (minus the dot things over the As); a three drawer cabinet of some sort. ;-)
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mixing two of my interests so well: http://community.livejournal.com/saucydwellings/1571797.html#cutid1

I wouldn't do exactly this kind of room, but I totally appreciate it from both fannish and design perspectives. Especially as it's smallish and includes cats.
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Has a simple Buell engine. Looks half retro and half impossible:


Amusing that I can't stop looking at these m/c designs. :-)

font help

Apr. 30th, 2009 03:06 pm
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I have a couple hundred fonts on my machine which Windows doesn't name properly. They display as LEHN345, for example. I am currently using Vista, though I had the same issue with XP.

Does anyone know how to correct this, or, if not, where/how I can explore the topic (googlefu). I keep finding a last name of Lehn associated with windows fonts, but that doesn't help a whole lot.

Speak ye o intarwebs!

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science ads from the 50's and 60's.


Reminds me of my lust for a certain Tomorrowland poster...
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snagged from a design blog. really.


It's fun to imagine having an office with Kirk's chair in it.
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dueling Tlingit gods: http://fakestudios.com/gallery/tlingit.html

found this on a design awards blog, so rather cool that way as well.
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I utterly love the Analogy screensaver (in black). It struck me today this would make a fabulous clock in my apartment (I've been looking for Just the Right One for sometime now). Any ideas, o techy friends, how this could be accomplished?

So far all I can come up with is buying a slate computer with a really big screen and hanging it on a wall. Probably clunky looking - and not inexpensive. How about digital picture frames? I have no idea how they work. I'm presuming said clock would need an interenet connection to work. ??
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New to me. It looks all women's stuff, but they also have cool gents blog bytes, diy, home decor. Inspirational. :)
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I can think of a number of lj friends who could find cool posters for their homes in this guy's site. !

I want the Pogues and Depeche Mode...


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