Thursday, December 4, 2008

surfing the tube/ArtFARC

I am in love with Supernova Tube. It is the best, it doesn't stop you from watching, you don't have to pay for extended view time. All my shows that I lo
ve to watch are on it.

Right now I am watching Little Mosque on the Prairie, next I am watching Law and Order.


Here is some comics I found on Contempory Art


They are so true.

Kinda makes me want to study art history again. I miss university, learning. But that will come later. I have starting painting again, being crafty as usual. I have my books on art, history and design. But right now I am into fiction and mystery. 

Currently reading: Wicked! by Jilly Coope
[read the except]

At Bagley Hall, a notoriously wild, but increasingly academic, independent, crammed with the children of the famous, trouble is afoot. The ambitious and fatally attractive headmaster, Hengist Brett-Taylor, hatches a plan to share the facilities of his school with Larkminster Comprehensive - known locally, as 'Larks'. His reasons for doing so are purely financial, but he is encouraged by the opportunities the scheme gives him for
 frequent meetings with Janna Curtis, the dynamic new head of Larks, who has been drafted in to save what is a fast-sinking school from closure. Janna is young, pretty, enthusiastic and vastly brave - and she will do anything to rescue her demoralised, run-down and cash-strapped school. Neither parents nor staff of either school are too keen on this radical move, although some can see the possible financial advantages. For the students, however, it offers great opportunities to get up to even more mayhem than usual. From the PublisherTwo schools - both in leafy Larkshire, but worlds apart. The incomparable Ji
lly Cooper turns her brilliant pen to the explosive world of education.


have you seen

A television drama centered around a female FBI agent who is forced to work with an institutionalized scientists in order to rationalize a brewing storm of unexplained phenomena.


Courtney Couture said...


yay for another fringe fan!

meimei said...


Olivia said...

Goodness, there is no shortage of internet channels where you can watch up to date series episodes. Even on IMDB!

I LOVE Fringe. If I had to take a show onto a desert island with new episodes forever, it would be Fringe.

Lilim said...

O_O We're going to be taken to a desert island to watch Fringe *GASP* hehehe

Olivia said...

LOL @ Lilim

It would be Lost and Fringe in one deal!