Friday, March 09, 2001

instant message conversations tend to get a bit 'wayhey' in the afternoon:

rachel says:Jane back
robbie : fresh, and fruity. says: yippeee! jump on her
rachel says:she'd explode- she needs a wee
rachel says:yucky mess
robbie : fresh, and fruity. says:yucky mess. It was a silly idea really
Love Fridays. This one ain't off to a great start. We discovered a grand total of four warehouse staff in today, which meant an urgent call-up of staff from support, which meant a sudden lack of people to answer the phone, which of course meant that lazy managerial staff (i.e. ME) now have to actually talk to customers. Ah well, the day will go quickly.... role on the weekend

Thursday, March 08, 2001

The sheer potential for "PC accessory" created mess truely boggles me. It took me just over 1 hour to find a certain coverdisc amounst the many many CDs, slipcases, blanks, buggered (coffee-mats) and empty CD cases I have among my 'collection'. There is a reason however. "Your Honor, I present exhibit A, the Zip CD rewriter". Now it is of course very handy having the ability to create your own CDs, but, for me it has turned out to be organisational nightmare. I just don't have the ability to keep them under control, I have far too much 'pride' to do such drastic measures as alphabetise the buggers. That would be giving in.
The cause of tonight search was an effort to get back into learning 3d Max. I have two excellent books on the subject, along with previous training in use of alternative 3d software. I sorta know what I'm doing, I just need to sit down with a book and concentrate for a good decade until I feel comfortable with this insanely powerful software. I give you my word that there will be *no* 'shiney chrome spheres' examples proudly displayed on my site. :)
OpenFX free, opensource 3d modelling

What is OpenFX?
OpenFX is an Open-Source 3D modeling, animation and rendering suite created by Dr. Stuart Ferguson. He made the decision to release the source code to the public in the middle of 1999, and the product formerly named SoftF/X was renamed to OpenFX. It has now been released under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence

The *old* blog was here: http://www.groksoup.com/site/thebrain
Poor old groksoup is so prone to errors. If it doesn't work, cross your fingers and press refresh.
Well I'm finally sick of all the troubles I've had at Groksoup. I'm moving blog. How exciting :)