I’ve been introduced to Geektool, which is basically an application that lets you run Terminal scripts on your desktop as well as images and files.
After a day of learning the commands I’ve finally positioned my desktop how I like it with live news feeds from Yahoo, time, date, IP addresses, and with help from Yahoo Widgets I’ve managed to get my current battery life and the weather. Of course most of this is unnecessary and pointless, but it looks cool and I like it.
Here’s my current desktop.
A bit of a long winded title for such a tiny book, but it does the job. I was at a workshop with Leah Klein (Wired Magazine), which, in my opinion, was quite good. The workshop brief was to write, illustrate and make an A-Z book on anything. So I did it on Zombies.
As a pre-warning; this thing may be riddled with spelling mistakes as it was put together quite rapidly and I didn’t get a chance to proof read it, so if you spot anything, just leave a comment and I will correct it at a later date.
Here are some photos I took on my (not so good) camera phone so I apologise for the lack of image quality. Also, i’m on Twitter so follow my ass!
You can read it in full below.
Continue reading “The A-Z guide of survival in the event of a Zombie Apocalypse.”
This was a favour for a mate’s event night at The Glasshouse so I thought I’d stick it up on here as I haven’t posted much at all recently.