Monday, December 28, 2009

There's An App For That

The above are pictures that are a byproduct of my Christmas gift.
I got a Droid. For those of you unfimiliar with what a Droid
is, it is a smart phone that can do just about anything instantly.
Trust me.

In an effort to load my new phone up with lots of cool apps to
impress my friends, I found an app called Vignette.
Now if your familiar with Android operating systems you know
the majority of apps are free but this one was not. It cost me a few bucks.
But it was well worth it. What this app does is give you a list of old cameras/camera effects, such as SX-70 or Cross Processed, and then you take the picture and it looks like that camera or effect. I was very surprised at the legitimacy of the photos it was producing, I could actually believe that these came out of a film camera. I was very excited when I started using this because I had been thinking for so long that there needed to be a digital camera that shot pictures that automatically had random light leaks and color quirks and things of that nature, and now I have one. And with a 5MP camera phone, the product is not so bad. Totally worth the 150 I had to pay for the phone.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


First interview of my new blog. Check it out.


1. All I Want For Christmas-Yeah Yeah Yeahs
2. Holly Jolly Christmas-The Format
3. Christmas Reindeer-The Knife
4. All I Want For Christmas Is You-House of Heros
5. White Christmas-Travelogue
6. I Wish It Was Christmas Today-Julian Casablancas
7. His Favorite Christmas Story-Capital Lights
8. Come On Santa-The Raveonettes
9. Silent Night-Johnny Cash
10. Xmas Eve-The Damnwells
11. O Come O Come Emmanuel-Sufjan Stevens
12. Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis-Neko Case
13. I'll Be Home For Christmas-Starflyer 59
14. O Holy Night-Benji Cossa

Sunday, December 13, 2009



You sleeping world.

Wake up and go and see what you have created.

Warning to the Safe People: The world is not as you would have it.

Evil is living but is no more powerful than good.

But of course Evil will look bigger when you put It so close and the Good so far away.

So why is it so hard to follow something that you cannot see?

You don't see your worldly heros in the flesh.

You do not talk to your American Idols on a daily basis.

Then why do you accept what they say as the truth?

Why can you not follow something you can not see?

Are you so selfish that you can't give away your material desires?

Can you not die to your self?

It's not that hard.

Why do you care so much about their worthless opinions?

I ask you this, why do you not trust?

Thursday, December 3, 2009