Vastari’s Tech Rants

The insane recommendations of a maniac.

A rather…interesting blog.

I just found a somewhat interesting blog. It’s one of those personal diary ones, but the guy tends to write about wordly topics (he’s already covered America). I know the guy personally, but had no idea he had a blog until about five minutes ago. Check it out, he has some rather interesting viewpoints and comments on human life to make.

Slip In Sanity

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March 17, 2008 Posted by | Websites | Leave a comment

Learn to Dream

Aww. I just found a pretty neat site, offering a very…personal service.

How many of you have photographs of your children, significant others or your friends that hold a special place in your heart. I, of course, do not. Not having a heart will do that to you. Anyway, here’s the jist of this service, as taken from the site:

Learn to Dream’s experts will convert your photographs into wonderful personal works of art.

How nice is that? I’m sure plenty of you have posters and/or photographic prints, but this really would make the photo stand out. Not to mention it would make one hell of a gift for a loved one or friend. Now, which one would I have printed?

Hmm. Well, I am brought back to my class trip to London. That really was a great trip. I’ve got one photo from that trip that, no questions asked, I would gladly have printed on canvas (I really would, if I had the money). I’d show it to you, only I’m not incredibly photogenic, it’s not a digital photo, and the other participants would not be at all pleased with having their appearance on the internet. Actually, they probably would. But that’s not the point. I will, however, attempt to describe it to you.

We’re in the London Eye, that great big ferris wheel thing, you know, with the glass walls. The picture was taken by a friend of mine, and consists of me, my best friend, and another female friend of mine leaning our heads against the glass and looking down. I dunno why that picture hits home like it does, I just like it. The look of fake terror (fake on mine and his parts, my lady friend really was terrified. Fear of heights and Claustrophobia all wrapped in one) on our faces probably had something do with it. I can’t help but laugh.

And for those of you out there immature enough to suggest I have a thing for this girl, maybe I do but that’s none of your concern. Just wanted to get that out of the way for some rather immature associates of mine.

I kinda wish I had the money now. Anyway, take a look for yourself and maybe get your brother/sister/other half/parents or whatever, that special gift next birthday/christmas/whatever. And get your photographs onto canvas.

March 7, 2008 Posted by | Life and Politics, Reviews, Websites | Leave a comment