Posts Tagged ‘image’

Good Breath (Typewriter Bubble)

Posted 11 Apr 2010 — by cheersphilip
Category Stories, Typewriter Bubble

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Boy Who Looked Out Of The Window

Posted 28 Dec 2009 — by cheersphilip
Category Stories

A bit different this one, but it reflects where I’m at.

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Calendar Series #2

Posted 16 Dec 2009 — by cheersphilip
Category diary, Ideas, Rant, Stories, thought, Typewriter Bubble

This is the second of the Calendar series from earlier this year.

Read the previous post to see what it’s about.

This is the first ‘actual’ typewritten page in this series.

Cheers,

Philip

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Calendar Series #2

Posted 16 Dec 2009 — by cheersphilip
Category diary, Ideas, Rant, Stories, thought, Typewriter Bubble

This is the second of the Calendar series from earlier this year.

Read the previous post to see what it’s about.

This is the first ‘actual’ typewritten page in this series.

Cheers,

Philip

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Nice idea, but no.

Posted 15 Oct 2009 — by cheersphilip
Category Rant
Would you buy this?

Would you buy this?

So many products, so little time!

Okay, there’s plenty of products out there, many of them good, wholesome products that will really change your life.

SO WTF ARE THEY DOING LOOKING LIKE THIS??!!

Time and again i’ve seen the products that can actually make your life better (i have no idea whether i’m endorsing this product or not), but the execution is so off-key that it alienates the people who really want to use it.

I can see this product delivered, internet order only, in a brown paper bag with the label ‘gift item’ to throw off any nosey neighbours who might catch you actually taking delivery of this heinous product.

There are a couple of things about this product that get me:

  • What does it support, apart from kidney failure?

  • In this, the twenty-first century, is there really room for products that have no relevance to how people feel and act? Okay, ‘does-what-it-says-on-the-tin,’ but who wants to wear that thing?

This is the opposite of inclusive design – it says ‘if you wear me, people will point at you and laugh, knowing that they are fundamentally better human beings than you are.’

I’m sorry, but that is just not acceptable.

Let the inventors of the world unite to bring people more beneficial products that they will be PROUDĀ  to wear. Even in public!

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