Introducing the deviantART Twitter Network
We just launched the deviantART Twitter network. Now, you can get daily inspirational artwork delivered straight to your Twitter feed! Even when you’re away from deviantART, you can stay inspired while keeping a pulse on the deviantART community.
So that’s how stoodle-rised Liyana Fizi looks like.
Red dots are locations of Flickr pictures. Blue dots are locations of Twitter tweets. White dots are locations that have been posted to both.
My January seems to be inviting more end of the day drinks than I would like. Not the fun kind.
There is good here too though. I am doing more creative work, and focusing on my health where it is needed. I have been seeing positive energy rise as a result of actions put in motion, but for every door that opens, there is another one closing not too far off. Some of those doors have been slamming shut harder than a heart can bear. Still holding center though, you know how it is.
I was just musing over this tweet that showed up in my stream, “Being human is becoming more difficult.” It seems to be a popular echo these days. I think we have all been tempted at some point in our lives to walk the selfish path when circumstances gets ugly. Letting others get the better of us maybe, or feeling cornered by an unfortunate turn of luck, we start looking for short term gratification over keeping our souls and bodies intact.
Do not let those dark thoughts take you. Such avenues only lead to self-destruction. Some will take you faster than others, but it is always to the same end, and it is an end in which no one wins, least of all ourselves. Do whatever you have to do to stay alive and really live. Becoming dead inside is not an option.
This echoes me for January 2011. Conscience leads me to a better side of life, while juggling between creative work and technical task.
Tucson massacre is a result of violence metaphor.
Assume the details are coincidence. The violence is not. The rhetoric has devolved and descended, past the ugly and past the threatening and past the fantastic and into the imminently murderous.
Cadavre Exquis or “Exquisite Corpse” is a technique used to collectively tell a story. Each contributor adds to the story in sequence, building on the last line revealed.
Part 1 “Stainboy, using his obvious expertise, was called in to investigate mysterious glowing goo on the gallery floor #BurtonStory” […]