25 October 2006, 03:03 by mark hoekstra

busy busy busy so a project-preview it is...

Well, I know and I keep saying it, but I’m busy like no time before. And although much of it is geektechnique-related stuff somehow, I really wish I could update more often. If things keep going like they go now, a lot of projects should surface one time or another but at this moment, a lot of my projects are in semi-finished state and have to wait for one thing or another… But I’ll give you one in progress then…

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These two brilliant Mac SE/30s were in my shower last week for a paintjob.(I have seen the shower since! multiple times! I swear! ^_^)(that’s a note for people who meet me irl…)

Don’t ask me how I found out, but to me it seems that picture can be seen in stereo, if you know how to do cross-eyed stereo-viewing that is…

But for what am I, or in this case, are we (I do this project together with Susanne aka Krause) gonna use those brilliant little machines? Well, if you really want to know every detail you’ll have to wait till after November 4th. On November the 4th the Macs will be part of Krause’s performance at Mediamatic. The performance will take place in the Winter Garden at Mediamatic and the exposition as a whole is part of the Museumnacht (museumnight). If anyone happens to be around, feel free to drop by of course!

Any way, although the project isn’t finished yet, we we’re quite happy with the first results. So, what do rockstars do when a plan comes together? They take rockstar-pics! *^_^*

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(I bought those gloves cause we were experimenting with CRT-tubes so it’s a safety precaution or a ‘how-to prevent you from ending up with a dead rockstar in your house’ if you like… *^_^*)

I’ll be on the road for a couple of days… so watch my flickr if you want to know what I’m doing…

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  1. Tarmas @ 27 October 2006, 21:51 :

    “These two brilliant Mac SE/30s were in my shower last week for a paintjob.”


    Sorry, couldn’t help it. I hate seeing those great pieces of technology altered in any way.


  2. Tarmas @ 27 October 2006, 21:53 :


    Forgot to tell you how much we all – all your fanbase, that is – await your new projects with great anticipation :-)

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