Oasis

15 Dec 18
Talk About Pop Music

Every Christmas number TWO of the past 30 years…the one’s that didn’t quite make it! by Christopher Smith Imagine you release your single two weeks before Christmas and you’re tipped for the top for the festive season, but someone else beats you to it! Well all of these artists know just how that feels. Amongst […]

15 Dec 18
In the Wilderness

Fleeing across the desert, three former slaves seek desperately for salvation, leaving behind the ashes of their failed rebellion. Unable to free their people on their own might, the trio must now cast themselves upon fate in a headlong rush to build alliances and raise a new army. Although, returning to their homeland seems merely a distant dream every twist of the journey brings them one step closer.

15 Dec 18
Indlulamithi

Six months of planning and dreaming. Three people and their families, 3 cars. It is an ambitious trip. a country 2/3rds the size of South Africa with only 2million people and 2 weeks. I have packed and planned, hasty last minute adjustments to Gypsy. Tent arrived from factory with barely a few days to check […]

15 Dec 18
Real Estate and *stuff *

Oasis in Sturbridge! A commuter’s dream! Don’t miss out on the chance to see this gem in person-there’s an open house tomorrow! On Dec 16, from 11:30-1:00 walk the house and see the gorgeous yard in person! Sitting on nearly 2 acres with deeded lake rights you can enjoy country living and an easy commute. […]

15 Dec 18
foreverisapromiseblog

Somewhere in the city of dreams, let’s build a world of peace, a world where lives are filled with happiness, a world where worries are negligible and stress is extinct. Somewhere in the city of dreams, let’s become kids again and ride our bicycles for the first time, laugh at our stupidity and cry without […]

15 Dec 18
Trippy Vanilla

Quitting jobs and heading to Ladakh has become a thing, I hear. My hosts at the Yangphel Guest House in Leh told me that I was probably the 10th person they met in a week who quit a job, packed bags and came to Ladakh. Well, what are the odds? Ladakh is so alluring and […]

15 Dec 18
Futurism 2.0

A forced futuristic art project. This is part 15 of “The Advent calendar of Fhuyi Manchyuiyuiyu”. It is made in a popart and 8bit style since there is so much more to tell. You need to see this. This is both a calendar and further promotion for the forced futuristic art films “Sadoschocck”, “The Oasis […]

15 Dec 18
Synthfrisyr's Weblog

A forced futuristic art project. This is part 15 of “The Advent calendar of Fhuyi *Manchyuiyuiyu”. It is made in a popart and 8bit style since there is so much more to tell. You need to see this. This is both a calendar and further promotion for the forced futuristic art films “Sadoschocck”, “The Oasis […]

15 Dec 18

High Grade Sheet Vinyl

15 Dec 18
Single-Sourcing Solutions

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text-intro” _builder_version=”3.17.6″] As we wrap up 2018, I’ve decided to write up a trends post. I hate these, mostly because I don’t believe we should seek out or follow trends. Trends are useful to see what other people are doing and to get a peek at what might be ahead for us. However, […]

15 Dec 18
Dim Reflections For Now

~ Thomas Cole, “Angels Appearing to Shepherds” “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among those with whom he is pleased” (Lk. 2:14). Other than a few proper names, there is no word in my vocabulary more important to me than the word peace. I suppose it is because for a long […]

15 Dec 18
Movies Games and Tech

Amazon have launched SEGA Classics, a bundle of 25 of the most popular SEGA Mega Drive games, including Sonic the Hedgehog, Golden Axe, and Streets of Rage.

15 Dec 18
Bare Feet

I write poetry and short stories. The process is not arduous, but more so emotional. It’s like a release of water from a toy water gun back into a river. Like things end up where they originally belonged. I write to make sense of everything–nature, human nature, things that people may not understand without an […]

15 Dec 18
The Imaginative Conservative

“Go on to the Useless Presents.” I think of that line often at Christmastime. It comes from Dylan Thomas’s “A Child Christmas in Wales.” A young boy implores the narrator to describe the kinds of gifts he received as a child. When the boy tires of hearing about the “Useful Presents”—scarves, hats, and such—he interrupts […]

15 Dec 18
PUNK NOIR MAGAZINE

‘You there yet?’ Daniel’s voice is coming through clearly on my new Nokia mobile   phone.   ‘Not yet mate. Just met Kush in McDonalds.’   ‘Thought he couldn’t make it.’   ‘Turns out he can. Now saying he wouldn’t miss it for the world.’   We both laugh.   ‘We’ll see Jake inside I […]