Jeremy Dennis is Jeremy Day (cleanskies) wrote,
Jeremy Dennis is Jeremy Day

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weird effects, restrospection, odd benefactions

It takes having your nose rubbed in it for you to notice, sometimes. I was thinking comics thoughts about next month's UK Web and Mini-Comics Thing (I'd like to be exhibiting, but can't), I had to straighten up my (artist's) CV for a grant application, and then I got an email about how the link to Eddie Campbell's site wasn't, any more. All in all, everything was embarassingly out-of-date. So I've re-done my home page (though not done away with the scary lizard-tile background, sorry) with different links, some quotes from nice people, and a lot less whining. Somewhere along the line, I discovered that my weekly strip had been turned into an RSS feed by parties unknown (theweeklystrip) though they obviously didn't especially rate it as they didn't even add it to their own friends list (I have a grand total of 0 readers! Go me!) still, it might be nice for anyone who's only here for the comics.

I think I've just about figured out how to get to Cromer for my (Great-)Aunt Lil's funeral, this friday. I'll have to start punishingly early (I need to get to London Liverpool Street for 7.30am! Ouch!) but I'll have plenty of work-time en transit (scripting this time, I think) I do like trains.

More news: I have a (very) few pieces going up for a three-day local show (Atomic Art Bomb) at Modern Art Oxford next week thanks to prickly art-kittens edition. Just the other month the Chapman Brothers were showing there! I shall have to see if I can get some paint flecks as souvenirs.

I had to go tweak a few links on my other site, too, and couldn't resist going and looking at Geocities' random stats and comedy search terms pages. The people who came looking for an "eyeball toy" or "barbie gifs" were probably quite happy, and those looking for "disco tragedies", "my love toys", or even "susie's legs" probably weren't too disappointed. But the person who was after a "well-made animal phallus" may not have found what they were looking for, and as for the person who was looking for "pictures of myself" -- Google does not know who you are.

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