To celebrate the last remnants of the plague that struck at me last week being defeated have a picture of Jasper defeating a plague rat. Note the noble bearing and serious expression. And herp, or indeed derp, you might perceive is an artefact of flaws in your senses.
Jaspar Fuzzy-Breeks, Jarl of Sofar, Chare, and the Boxen Isles, stretched. Winter had come to Ut-Garden, bringing cold and damp to the very sill of his hall. And, as they did every year, the thumb-giants had failed to drive it back. Una the Deep Meowing counselled yowling at the winter, but Jaspar favoured a different … Continue reading Raiding the Giant’s Horde
To celebrate another year of service to the little fuzzy gods, here's a picture of them claiming the sofa.
Today has been a productive day, but involved more being away from my desk than usual. Not everyone viewed this as a good thing, as this recreation shows. Fortunately, the stare of disdain was interrupted by a snooze before my head melted.
I've recently started playing Batman: Arkham Asylum. Overall, it's a great fun game but there's one niggle: saved games - or rather the lack thereof. When playing computer games with character options, I always gravitate toward stealth and cunning over charging around and brute force. However, I play for relaxation not to hone my keyboard … Continue reading Bat(ttered)man
The outside world isn't always pleasant, which can make the choice between leaving the house and spending more time with your cat a tricky one. However, now you don't have to (at least if you live or know someone who lives in Japan); you can take your lap with you. If, like me, you pondered … Continue reading When Is a Lap Not a Lap?
Jasper has become aware that not all humans like Mondays. So here's a present to make you feel better. For Jasper is a benevolent fuzzy god.
While the young (and not so young) often believe in a black-and-white world; and even those who accept other hues at times wish for simpler choices. However, compromise might be a necessary part of civilisation; thus it is more useful to judge a person not by whether they compromise, but by the compromises they make. … Continue reading A Fine Length
Sean Follmer's idea is good just for the reasons he gives, and I can see others: Being able to "pass" objects to people in other locations? Remote support and training gain most of the advantages of an on-site presence. Furniture that changes shape in response to the user? No more fiddling with handles to obtain … Continue reading A More Fluid Interaction
Last weekend was the third anniversary of them moving in. In celebration, they spent the day sleeping on us, bunting at us, and playing cat chess. So, much like any other day. As I was under cats, I couldn't post on the day, so here's a belated celebration of their first three years here. From … Continue reading Mischief Continued