It’s a weird wide world out there. (And spot the spelling mistake in the page title, I’ve never understood why English speakers always make the i/e e/i mistake)
Stop it. Stop it. Stop it. STOP IT!
Right. Don’t miss this. (Ladies, you know you like a man in a frock…) Surreal British comedian Eddie Izzard is returning to North America with a new one man show, “CIRCLE”:
Toronto on 2/29-3/4 at The Bathurst Street Theatre. The 57 Theatre in Boston from 3/7-11; The Royal George Theatre in Chicago from 3/14-25; The Painted Bride Arts Center in Philadelphia from 3/28-4/1; The Westbeth Theatre Center (where his last show “Dress To Kill” ran for four months), and New York City from 4/4-8. I stab thee with a bread knife!
Tweak, tweak, tweak. We’ve been cleaning up some ugly spots here and there on prolific.org. And we’ve added a direct link to MUSE.
When net-impaired friends come over it’s always nice to prove ‘I can find anything on line’. However, locating the lyrics of The Wurzel’s ‘Combine Harvester’ proved to be difficult. Anyone? Also… why is one’s connection always at its slowest when the same friends are looking over one’s shoulder? ‘It’s usually not this slow, really.’ Right, and my German Shepherd doesn’t usually bite.
Big changes might be ahead for Prol (irl), a bit like Matt‘s. To celebrate, we got out the dosh and treated ourselves to a new (s)watch. With their funny ‘internet time‘. This Swatch Access is the bulkiest watch I’ve ever had, with the most comfortable strap. It has a chip that can hold a digital ski pass. I don’t ski.
Riothero mentions the story of Griffin and Sabine calender. I have the related CD Rom, ‘Ceremony of Innocence’, produced by Real World multimedia. Pretty interactive pictures, intriguing, but buggy and slow. Having to listen to Isabella Rossellini’s laborious accent for hours proved too big a task for me. Their ‘EVE‘ cd-rom was a lot better.