Infamously unfamous.

I know I haven’t been around here very much, and believe me, I never imagined I’d wind up leaving a reference to a pot joke as a headline on my blog for so long. I sure love Jason Segel, though. Oh, and it turns out my girlfriend’s parents are reading this regularly. Hi guys! Anyway, … Continue reading

Teenage Mutant Ninja classtime.

I Ninja Turtled a nose in class today! It makes me a little sad because it reminds me that Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses has closed, but it makes me happy because I often see little Ninja Turtles on people’s faces when I talk to them in real life.

Of definitions.

Scope-zilla (skop’-zill-a), noun. My astronomy professor’s definition: a hideously unattractive telescope — often large in size — that still functions very well and adequately performs all the tasks required of a telescope. My definition: an ill-tempered telescope with a bitchy disposition that is planning its wedding.

The Moon what?

The Moon

So I learned in Astronomy today that the Moon’s rotation is such that it only ever presents one face to the Earth. Really? I mean, I get that it’s possible, but I suppose I’ve always supposed that the Moon’s rotation was more profound, like that of the Earth as it revolves around the Sun. Really … Continue reading


I think I’ve discovered that I really like doing logo work. It’s been my favourite part of a few assignments of late. Always looking out for cool new logo projects.

Caught up in school work.

Periodic Table of Bézier Effects.

Yeahs, I’ve been quiet. But it’s been for a really good reason, I’ve been caught up in school work lately. I’m just ending a two day run with next to no sleep, but the result is the two projects you see here — the one above, a poster demonstrating the various live effects available for … Continue reading

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    My name is Bobby.

    I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things.

    I write occasionally for Smashing Magazine and the London Community News online, and weekly for Interrobang, the student voice newspaper at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario.

    I've also been published by the Canadian University Press.
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