Thursday, February 24, 2005


My Marvellous Compost Bin

A new animation created with my weSpack collaborators, Doghorse (music) and GrandmaOFShoes (fellow animator). This one is all about a special compost bin and includes a singing flowerman, a morris dancing cauliflower, an accordian playing carrot and, well, lots more (750kb flash).

Compost bins are very wonderful things and aren't usually quite so blinky and licky. You can find out more about such things at the Centre for Alternative Technology.


Wednesday, February 23, 2005


Christian Voice costs cancer charity £3,000

I am fuming about the rejection of a donation to Maggie's Centres following the threat of a protest by Christian Voice (BBC article).

If Christian Voice can effect who they will accept money from, could they also effect how they are willing to spend the money or who they are willing to help? Their recent actions suggest they could and that alone is enough to discourage me from donating to them - there are plenty of other charities out there.

I'm intrigued at the relationship between this and the planned amendment to the Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill that would make it a criminal offence to cause "economic damage" through campaigns of intimidation. The amendments are targeted at animal rights activists, but when you look at the reasons given for the amendments I can see this kind of behaviour falling into the same category (BBC article).

Sigh. Preventing money being given to charity, to help people in need, is NOT Christian behavour.

*deep breaths - distract self from idiocy with silliness*

*wonders if Maggie's Centre would reject money made by prairie dog in saucy pants?*

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Monday, February 14, 2005



The Nutz performing live at their romantic, quick and dirty best (emphasis on quick and dirty),
LOVE NUTZ (300kb noisy flash anim, produced by Doghorse and me).


Monday, February 07, 2005


Veritas Party Campaign Video

The Veritas Party anthem by Doghorse now has some visual accompaniment from my musical menagerie (350kb). Two Flash animations released within 3 days is a personal record I think, but I was on a Kilroy-Silk roll and they were good fun to make. This one has kazoos in it, so it must be good.


Saturday, February 05, 2005


Mr Tangerine Man: a tribute to Robert Kilroy-Silk

Kilroy, a new Flash animation (880kb) that needs sound for the wonderful song by Doghorse and Miss Prism.


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