From the page: “Starbucks’ meticulous policy manual shows employees how to optimize profits. Too bad it undercuts basic customer service.”
“You know what I’ve been doing? Going through my address book and crossing out the dead people. It gives you a feeling of power, of superiority, to have outlasted another old friend”
From the page: “In 1986, when I first attempted to grow a beard, the general consensus was that beards were for murderers and maniacs. Almost no one in mainstream America wore a beard during the eighties, and even in Alaska a beard was a serious statement that the wearer ate cold beans from a can and slept with his dogs. The only public figure of any note who wore a beard at that time was Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, who also wore a bow-tie, rode a mule, and carried a blunderbuss. “
Rubix Cube Solved in Stopmotion
Grass at sunset by nutmeg66
Blackwater estuary “Velvia” version by Ben Simons
The Olympics 08.08.08 http://www.bbc.co.uk/monkeyolympics
BBC Sport’s marketing campaign and titles for the forthcoming Olympic Games are based upon the traditional Chinese folklore ‘Journey to the West’. The animation and music were specially produced by Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn.