NASA concept art, for sure. The travel posters they did a while ago, too.
My picture of Mike Hazard as a blade runner, maybe.
I'm so glad Glimpse exists, so I can stop using that other program.
Thank you @trechnex
I'm looking for some advice.
I want to cover the walls in artwork, but I want to have a touch of Us in that art.
So that means I'm looking for public domain and creative commons science fiction illustrations, comic books, mechanical bits, computer-y bits etc.
I know we'll use some of the 1906 War of the Worlds art, because I love it. I know I'll use the cover to Space Patrol #2 because it's Wonderful.
But ... what else?
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I'm trying to figure out the best way to decorate our coffee shop. Right now our walls are covered in photography from a local artist, and the photographs are lovely, but they're not really the style I want to go for. There are too many of them, and they are too expensive.
The photographer was closely associated with the old owners, and I don't expect we'll maintain the same working relationship.
I'm planning to replace most/all of the artwork on display. (thread?)
I dropped a chair straight on to my omnibook 300, and cracked the screen up a good one.
I have a spare, but I'm sad about it anyway.
If anyone has a lead on a replacement screen, let me know. Everything else is still functional, and I'm certain I could make it work if I could find a drop in replacement.
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State is what I was going for there. But statistics also works, I guess.
And then Billie Holiday came in with Strange Fruit and 1) stole the show, 2) made me sad and angry at the stats of the world.
And then Phil Ochs comes in with "here's to the state of Mississippi" and Damn.
Ochs was always spitting fire.
And now it's Pete Seeger doing which side are you on, and you know?
Life is, again, weirder than dystopian fiction.
I've scanned and found metadata for 164 of ... 3000 or so movie files.
Lots to go.
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