Hey, I'm back.
My attention today has been largely drawn towards this strange contraption on my desk. It's a magical-stapling-device which uses it's battrey powered brain to detect when you put some paper in it. It springs into life and puts a staple through. Hey presto. Don't understand why it's so interesting, but I've delegated myself as office staple chief for the moment.
In the world of design and all things web, kottke.org has a link to wireframe, one of the nicest pieces of flash i've seen since mtv2. But it's all very familiar anyway. The image on the splash reminds me of plasticbag and even of the orginal iconfactory. The 'vague polygon' looks seems to be in at the moment (following the death of the horizontal stripes phase, pioneered well by neoplanet. Anyway, I digress.
I'm still extremely keen on the 'chunkiness' (or 4 pixel border) of mozilla, which I recently found matched at devshed. devshed also seems to be quite usful from a resource point of view. Maybe I'll stop using WebMonkey. I'm obviously joking.