Thursday, December 9, 2010

Derp taking credit for something he barely understands

Herp derp lets do illegal stuff then go on television telling everyone about it.

Friday, November 19, 2010

My backwards country

Figure out what is wrong with this picture...
...feel smug

Edit Answer: It's a current ATM running OS2Warp, an operating system released in 1994.
Forward thinking?  Bullocks...

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

100 Subscribers!

So since I've been to busy to post anything of value I thought I'd just share with you some of my favourite psytrance.

Psy-Trance innovators Infected Mushroom have become one of the biggest electronic bands on the planet. Twice ranked among the world’s 10 best DJs by the bible of the scene, the U.K.’s DJ Magazine, the Israel-bred, L.A. based duo bring a frenetic rock energy to the form. Their explosive show, featuring guitars, live drums, intensely passionate vocals and an ambitious multimedia backdrop, ranks among the genre’s most unpredictably joyous events. And their recordings continually venture where other electronic acts fear to tread.
Amit “Duvdev” Duvedevani and Erez Eisen have been working for nearly two years on an aggressive new album – their first since 2007’s critically acclaimed Vicious Delicious – for dance-music visionary Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto label. Duvdev describes the as-yet untitled record, recorded at Infected Mushroom Laboratory in L.A. and slated for a June 2009 release, as a return to the pair’s metal roots. Guests include singer Jonathan Davis of Korn, who lends his estimable pipes to the track “Smashing the Opponent.”

Oakenfold has worked closely with the band in an A&R capacity. “Paul’s known as a House DJ, so we weren’t sure how he’d feel about our heaviest material,” Duvdev reveals, “but he loved it. He’s really brought a lot of great energy and advice to the table.”

From the Ultra Fest in Miami to the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, from Mexico’s OMIX to Cali’s Coachella, from Brazil’s Ipanema Beach to Melbourne’s Metro Club, Infected Mushroom has averaged about 120 live performances per year.

Hope you all enjoy!

Infected Mushroom - Smashing The Opponent "BPM Mag Comp" (Parana RMX) MP3 by Parana

Wednesday, November 10, 2010


Just started a new job at a web design company, so I've been flat out, hoping to get back here for some posts in the next couple of days.
Stay tuned for more tutes and ranting.

Thanks for the support.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Basic CSS Nav Bar

So today I thought I'd share with everyone my simple way of making a very effective and dynamic Navigation Bar using CSS.
Here is the finished example:
This example could have been done using embed fonts and mouse over colours very easily, but with this way of working you can achieve much cooler effects, such as buttons that give the look of animation without using flash.

Step 1: The CSS Code

#nav {
 position: relative;
 top: 490px;
 width: 948px;
 height: 75px;

#nav ul {
    float: left;
    padding: 0;
    margin: 0;
    list-style: none;

#nav li {
    float: left;
 margin: 0 30px 0 0;
    width: auto;

#nav a {
    display: block;
    width: auto;
    background-position:  0 0;
    text-indent: -9999px;
    height: 25px;
    background: url(nav.png) no-repeat 0 0;

#nav a#home {
    width: 120px

#nav a#home:hover {
    background-position:  0 -25px;

#nav {
    background-position:  0 -50px;

#nav a#filminfo {
    width: 95px;
    background-position:  -145px 0;

#nav a#filminfo:hover {
    background-position:  -145px -25px;

#nav {
    background-position:  -145px -50px;

#nav a#gallery {
    width: 74px;
    background-position:  -267px 0;

#nav a#gallery:hover {
    background-position:  -267px -25px;

#nav {
    background-position:  -267px -50px;


This code uses this image:
I've edited the code to only include it for the first 3 parts, as you can see it works by moving the image around to where you want it to show, so when it's normal it displays white, green when it's moused over, and blue when the page is active.
You can easily create your own nav.png, I like to use Adobe Fireworks as it's easy to get the pixel locations, also PNGs can be transparent unlike most other common web image formats.

Lastly you need to use this code in your HTML document:
               <div id="nav">
                    <li><a  class="active" id="home" href="/">Home</a></li>                 
                    <li><a  href="" id="filminfo" title="Film Info">Bookings</a></li>
                    <li><a href="" id="gallery" title="Gallery">Rates</a></li>
                    <li><a  href="datestimes.html" id="datestimes" title="Dates and Times">Club History</a></li>
                    <li><a  href="" id="competition" title="Competition">Availability</a></li>
                    <li><a href="" id="links" title="Links">Tour</a></li>
                    <li><a  href="" id="games" title="Games">Contact</a></li>
              </div><!-- Close nav -->

As you can see, by replacing the HREF statement with class="active" you can tell the document that you with that part to be blue for my example.

And here is an example of it working in action:

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Soooooo euro

Today I bring knowledge, wisdom in the form of an informative video, just like your substitute teachers used to present to you.
Learn the ways young friends, the ways of the Euro Carve.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Apple Apocalypse

My first attempt at a Stop Motion piece.
Tell me what you think!