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December 8, 2006

Cool

Filed under: Blogroll — shippingpal @ 4:32 pm

One of my favourite sites to periodically check in one, The Cool Hunter, features a piece on an interesting audio/interactive installation now on at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.  In addition to looking really cool, it features music from Robert Del Naja, AKA 3D from Massive Attack, all time greatest band in the world.  I’ll be in London later this month and am planning to check it out, along with the promises-to-be-incredible Velasquez show at the National Gallery.

Back in Toronto, the Daily Bread campaign is heating up – we’ve already transported around 2200 lbs of food, and it should get busier next week as the food drives wrap up.  It’s very rewarding to be able to work with a worthwhile charity to make a real difference in the community.

Our billboard is up on the DVP — will post a picture of it as soon as I locate a digital camera…

Currently reading: A Short History of Nearly Everything (Bill Bryson)

Currently hearing: The Rough Guide to Ethiopia

Currently watching: Flowers of Shanghai (dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien)

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