Tuesday, February 28, 2006

iPod Hi-Fi

Apple have gone all Bose on us and brought out a top-of-the-range hi-fi - it looks pretty sweet and, without a doubt, it will sound fab... feel for all the 3rd parties in the "iPod economy" who have been done over...

Check it out here: Link

"All because of you"

Last night, at Alpha, we discussed prayer. Our collective view of prayer was that it is an informal two-way conversation that enhances our personal connection with our creator.

For me, God speaks in many different ways... Not in GWBush ways - I don't hear voices or anything. He plants ideas... He opens doors and presents me with opportunities... or closes doors and makes it apparent that the way is no longer appropriate.

We can stand in thin-places... beautiful places where you feel that Heaven is near... Tinto is a thin-place for me.

One way God speaks to me is through music... I think there is a musical equivalent to the thin-place where the song brings you closer to God. I tend not to look for the obvious and enjoy finding and ascribing personal meaning to songs I just love.

One of my favs just now is "all because of you" by U2 - really love their stuff just now and have found few thin-places within "how to dismantle an atomic bomb"...
I was born a child of grace
Nothing else about the place
Everything was ugly but your beautiful face
And it left me no illusion

I saw you in the curve of the moon
In the shadow cast across my room
You heard me in my tune
When I just heard confusion

All because of you
All because of you
All because of you
I am... I am

I like the sound of my own voice
I didn't give anyone else a choice
An intellectual tortoise
Racing with your bullet train

Some people get squashed crossing the tracks
Some people got high rises on their backs
I'm not broke but you can see the cracks
You can make me perfect again

All because of you
All because of you
All because of you
I am... I am

I'm alive
I'm being born
I just arrived, I'm at the door
Of the place I started out from
And I want back inside

All because of you
All because of you
All because of you
I am
U2 - Lyrics: Bono

Anyone wish to share their thin-places?

Only $4million?!?


Hello Friend,

I know you will be surprised to read from me,but please consider this letter as a request from a family in dare need of assistance.Firstly, I must introduce myself, I am Mrs. MRS .FATOU N NSAKKA.from Cote D'ivoire.

I am the wife of late Brigadier Badou N Nsakka, My husband was a Brigadier incharge of arms ammunitions procurement in the Cote D'ivoire army. In his "Will",he specifically drew my attention to US$20 Million which he deposited in a safe box of a private Security Company in Lome Togo Africa, as a treasure box, fully documented in our first son's name (Mr.Savimbi Nsakka). IN FACT MY HUSBAND SAID AND I QUOTE:"My beloved son, I wish to draw your attention to US$20million(Twenty- Million United States Dollars). I deposited the box containing the fund in a private Security Company in The Rep Of Lome Togo

Before the coup d'etat that took place in our country,I was very dedicated and committed to be promoted to the post of personal assistance to the president against until when I found out that senior army officers and top government functionaries were busy helping themselves with government funds and properties and sending them to foreign countries".Due to this when I was assigned by the President (President Henry Konan BEDIE) to purchase arms from South Africa, I saw this as a golden opportunity and diverted the fund for my personal use.

In case of my absence on each as a result of death only, you should solicit for the transfer of the fund out of this shore for investment purposes.From the above, you will understand that the lives and future of my family depends on this fund, as such I will be grateful if you can assist my son who is in Lome Togo for now as an asylum seeker,and the financial laws and gulations of the Republic of Lome Togo do not permit an asylum seeker to operate in a bank or invest.

In view of this, I can not invest this fund in Lome Togo, hence I have contacted you ,am prepared to offer you 20% of the total fund,and 80% will be for my family. Finally, modalities on how the transfer will be done will be conveyed to you once we have established trust and confidence between ourselves.

Please treat this matter as very urgent.

I await for your urgent response.Cheers and God bless you.

Mrs Fatou Nsakka/Kenneth Nsakka,
ONLY $4million?!?

Stop it!!! Stop it NOW!!!


Originally uploaded by Headphonaught.
What a beautiful morning... Blue sky... Sun shining... Dry... No snow... Lovely!

Days like this make me hopeful... and I have hope! My prayers have been answered and I will shortly move onto a new project... one with 18mnths to 2 years of work.

I want to use this time to learn HTML/ XML and do some hardthinking regarding my dreams.

Thank you to everyone who supported me through this period of uncertainty... My prayer is now that I be the whole me with my new colleagues.

What are Microsoft up to?

Microsoft are up to something... This website shows or should I say hints at something new and interesting. NY Times talk of it being some form of new tablet PC doo-hickey (link) I don't normally big up the evil Empire but the website is pretty sweet. Check it out: Link


Nigo's a bathing ape empire has an official website: BAPE(dot)com However, instead of surfing the site, you download it. Everything is represented - Apesounds/ BAPE Cuts/ BAPEsta trainers etc.

If you like your threads exclusive... check it out.

Monday, February 27, 2006

I want to believe

Cliché Video iPod Image
Originally uploaded by jyunderwood.
Is it real? Is it fake? Find out tomorrow.

Shufflesome: iPray

It was great to hook up with PS on Friday... When we were chewing the fat he showed me his Shuffle which has a fab sticker from Shufflesome. He then told me about the "iPray" sticker (above) that his dad has on his shuffle. How cool is that??? Check them out: Link

think different 2

When missionary E. Stanley Jones met with Mahatma Ghandi and asked him, "Mr. Ghandi, though you quote the words of Christ often, why is it that you appear to so adamantly reject becoming his follower?"

And Ghandi replied, "Oh, I don't reject your Christ. I love your Christ. It's just that so many of you Christians are so unlike your Christ."
Personal challenge... Am I like my Christ?

think different

Be the change you want to see in the world
Mahatama Ghandhi

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Acceptance AND inclusion

This morning at church, Alec spoke about acceptance AND inclusion. Basically, we need to follow Jesus' lead and accept people where they are now and not accept them in anticipation of what they may/ will become. He developed Andrea's thought from last week and included inclusion into the mix. Its not enough to accept people for who/ what they are... we need to get involved in their lives. This really meant something to me and allowed me to reflect on my present experience. This blog has, in my view, been accepted by a lot of people as representing a "whole-of-me" view of me... I would have never done this if I didn't feel the support and acceptance in doing it. It has opened doors to conversations on things like my faith that I never would have had. Your acceptance of my whole-of-life view and, to be honest, my own acceptance has allowed me to open up and include all my friends in all my life. I am free to talk about any part of my life to anyone and that is a tremendous liberty that I will not waste.

By being included, I can include...
Passing along, Jesus saw a man at his work collecting taxes. His name was Matthew. Jesus said, "Come along with me." Matthew stood up and followed him.

Later when Jesus was eating supper at Matthew's house with his close followers, a lot of disreputable characters came and joined them. When the Pharisees saw him keeping this kind of company, they had a fit, and lit into Jesus' followers. "What kind of example is this from your Teacher, acting cozy with crooks and riff-raff?"

Jesus, overhearing, shot back, "Who needs a doctor: the healthy or the sick? Go figure out what this Scripture means: "I'm after mercy, not religion.' I'm here to invite outsiders, not coddle insiders."
Matthew 9:9-13 (The Message)

Jesus want us to show mercy and not religion... Acceptance and inclusion are part of His mercy - treating people as people... He called a Tax Collector and hung out with his friends. He called Matthew and not only accepted him but included him... and his friends - He acted cozy with crooks and riff-raff! He didn't wait until they became "acceptable" in others eyes.

Future or Fad?

Got a fab comment today from my Flickr buddy and fellow follower of Jesus - Jake Bouma - in which he points to an article by Scott McKnight on the emerging church movement that I am engrossed in, at the moment. The article Future or Fad? is a good assessment of the movement and one that I heartly recommend to anyone interested...(Its a .pdf link so it might take a wee while). Here's a quote:
The EM [emerging movement] is a post-evangelical group of young Christians who are doing what they can to get the church back in line with the kingdom vision of Jesus. My suggestion is that we listen and learn what the Spirit is saying to the church.

The reason I make this suggestion is that I cannot think of any denomination in the world more in tune with the heart of the EM: a missional gospel that seeks to live out the gospel in such a way that evangelism is what the church “is” as much as what the church “says.”
This is what I want my experience to be - what I am as much as what I say.

Massive Attack

Massive Attack have a fab microsite for their collected compilations (think there will be 3 CDs of MA goodness)... Check it out: http://www.massiveattack.co.uk/collected/

The Ruffness

The band I saw with the Soos, PS & Dunc - the Ruffness - have a really well designed web presence: http://www.ruffness.com/ where you can buy their CDs and T-Shirts, sample some of their tunage and gaze in awe at some of their posters. Love this band - Soos, what do you think? could they become our new "Broadcast"?

Check them out and support them if they are playing live in a venue near you... they - the ruffness - are fab!

Skateboard decks as art...

Originally uploaded by kenyai.
Love this pic in FLICKR.

I L O V E skateboard graphics - they really open my eyes to design.

I really think decks as art are a great post-modern investment... just wish I had the money to invest :-)

some thoughts on iPods and the emerging church...

my toys
Originally uploaded by Headphonaught.
This pic is my second most viewed pic - as at time of typing I have 557 photos in Flickr and use the tool obsessively. This pic, entitled "my toys" has been viewed, a time of typing, by 376 different people, with 4 people considering it good enough to be one of their favourites.

I am chuffed... no doubt about it... that this silly wee spur-of-the-moment pic has become so popular... but it has made me think long and hard about my toys and the church.

I am materialist in my thinking... I love having stuff - I love my toys! As I type on my G4 iBook, I have my SE K750i & P910i, and 4th gen iPod beside me. I try not to covet stuff... I am glad when my friends get something special that I personally love - Joannie (Rosco's sis and Janey's bridesmaid-to-be) got a 30gb 5th gen iPod today. I wish her well and will give her some free-to-distribute content.

What I worry about is other people's impression of me. I don't worry that they think I am a geek because I AM A GEEK AND PROUD... More about accessibility... ie you need an iPod to be in my gang. This is nonsense - I like my toys but LOVE people more.

I then started to think about the whole "emerging church" movement and a comment that Gordon C made recently on his URBANarmy blog. He expressed a hope that the emerging church was for the non-designer folk too... I worry that this kind of movement gets bogged down in its own creativity and is seen as inaccessible to non-designer/ non-creative types.

But then one of Mosaic's guiding principles is that we are all creative and can worship God through our creativity. If I compare myself to the Soos then I am not creative - his art, photography and graphics for GTA are top dollar. Dunc, too, is a graphic genius. I am not even on the same page as them... but I do things they don't in ways that mean they are not even on my page. I don't like to big up the blog but it is a form of expression and creativity that I am getting into... Its my thing...

We are all creative in some way... The emerging church is not a label for the alt.worship movement with all their fancy VJ projections and ambient electronic prayer and alternative worship... Its an expression of a new kind of church... one based on community, creativity, and social justice. Kind of where the church should be.

You don't need an iPod to be part of this... You just need Jesus... and you!

...and add love.

All I did was put spirit and business together in that big mixing bowl and add love. I didn't care about anything but people. Just cherish them, look after them, and be sensitive to them and their lives.
Isaac Tigrett

I find this quote, from the Hard Rock Cafe's founder, to be inspirational. When I have my hardthoughts, I need to consider the people involved...

...and add love.

All I did was put spirit and business together in that big mixing bowl and add love. I didn't care about anything but people. Just cherish them, look after them, and be sensitive to them and their lives.
Isaac Tigrett

I find this quote, from the Hard Rock Cafe's founder, to be inspirational. When I have my hardthoughts, I need to consider the people involved...

...and add love.

All I did was put spirit and business together in that big mixing bowl and add love. I didn't care about anything but people. Just cherish them, look after them, and be sensitive to them and their lives.
Isaac Tigrett

I find this quote, from the Hard Rock Cafe's founder, to be inspirational. When I have my hardthoughts, I need to consider the people involved...

love all, serve all

(source: http://www.hrcworld.de/edinburgh/edinburgh.htm)

While in Ediburgh on Friday, I walked passed the Hard Rock Cafe on George St. I have to say I have never been to a Hard Rock Cafe but I do love their motto and was kind of curious. Did a wee bit of goolestigation and found out that the motto came from one of the founding members, Isaac Tigrett.
While 'Love All, Serve All' was the guiding gospel at HRC, it was 'Help Ever Hurt Never' at HOB. Tigrett's commitment to upholding human values at the workplace resulted from the influence that his spiritual guide, Sri Sathya Sai Baba, exerted on him.
(source: http://icmr.icfai.org/casestudies)

It is such a great phrase and reminds me of Matthew 22:36-40 (The Message translation) where Jesus puts the Jewish Law into context and, more importantly, includes God into our reckonning:
"Teacher, which command in God's Law is the most important?"

Jesus said, ""Love the Lord your God with all your passion and prayer and intelligence.' This is the most important, the first on any list. But there is a second to set alongside it: "Love others as well as you love yourself.' These two commands are pegs; everything in God's Law and the Prophets hangs from them."
Pretty powerful and yet so simple.

Graffiti is not vandalism but a beautiful crime

Some sweet but silly street art from Monsieur A - check his stuff out: link


Here's a heads-up to a really cool blog - simplice(dot)net... Nuno Barreto is a Christian, computer geek, Mac user, nature lover (mostly birds), Japan lover, compulsive reader, pacifist, and a revolutionary by nature... Pretty link-minded with the ol' Headphonaught. His blog is split into categories: church/ tech/ ornithology (that's birdwatching to you and me... feathered birds!!!)/ Japan/ and Books. Worthy read - show him some support.

BBC3's (silly genre alert) World Music Awards

I like music... in fact, I L O V E music... For me there is only 2 types of music... great, rumpshakingly bootilicious tunes and dross rubbish... I have a soft spot for (silly genre alert) WORLD music and actively seek out fab tunes from throughout the globe. BBC3 (radio not TV) give (silly genre alert) WORLD music a ton of respect and is a great place to hear something special. Their annual awards are an interest guide to the movers and shakers in the (silly genre alert) WORLD music scene.

A big g'on yersel goes out to one of my top ten favourite artists - Nitin Sawhney. He won the "Boundary Crossing" category for his fab album "Philtre". "Beyond Skin" is in my top ten favs and "Philtre" moving up in my love.

Disappointed to see M.I.A. didn't win the "Club Global" category but glad she got the coverage that "Arular" deserves.

Anyway, check out the BBC3 site for more info on the awards and all the artists involved: Link

Saturday, February 25, 2006


The boys
Originally uploaded by Headphonaught.
Just like to say to the Soos (middle): "Thanks for dinner!!!"

Sushiya is great but its even better when surrounded by great mates!


Check this blog out: Freak-Knit

Elewa is a knitting genius!

An album cover waiting to happen...

Originally uploaded by rt44man.
Love rt44man's pics... this is definately an album cover waiting to happen... something electronic and obscure. Sweet.

Friday afternoon into Saturday morning...

Wow… Where do I start? Just had a wonderfully productive half-day… Arrived in Auld Reekie at 1300hrs… Meandered down to Ryan’s Bar (beside Frasers on Princes St) to meet Paul T aka DJ Haggis aka weebeautifulpict… took some great photos – new set on Flickr called “Edinburgh 06”… check them out…

Anyway, met up with Paul – he is wee and a pict but the beautiful part had to be explained :| Ryan’s was way too busy so guess where we went – Starbucks – I should have shares in them...! We had a fantastic discussion for approximately 2 and a bit hours… on what God is doing in Scotland and in particular Edinburgh. The analogy of Lazarus was used – Europe, the friend of Jesus, is dead… and is waiting for Him to say “rise up”… Tremendous! Its not about revival of the Christian “empire” but a new creation – like the butterfly coming out of the chrysalis…

I got a flavour for what he does – he connects people with people and funding to plant grassroots saint-led efforts. Wow! We talked about his theory of Scotland that makes a lot of sense – I will post it as soon as I have deciphered my notes… We talked about club culture and his recording work… and generally chewed the fat as if we’d been mates for years…

I then met up with Big D – I popped into his shop and tried not to look too dodgy… He works too hard for little thanks… It was great to touch base because I think he is looking at another Sunday at the shop, which is just stupid and unsustainable – watch yourself, man!

I then meandered over to the Soos’ place of employment… via Fopp and John Lewis of course… Took a couple of photos of a bridge between the St James centre and a carpark – its way dodgy (must be a millennium project) and I got my funky vertigo feeling...

Hooked up with the Soos and did a wee bit of shopping… well, the Soos did – I just encouraged him ☺ He loves his Louis Vitton… so much so that he is on “hiya” terms with the staff… Dude bought a sweet LV case for his Nano. Its sweet but has a design defect – it assumes the headphones go it the top!!! Its not really a problem but I noticed it and, for the money, you get these thing right! But the Soos loves it and that’s all that matters! I love the fact that the Soos has a very expensive LV case and I have a hand-made £1 case and yet we are both equal… The Soos does the bling but not the pretentiousness that usually goes hand-in-hand… Love that!

After a wee look in Harvey Nics, we headed back to the Soos’ flat and chilled – PS and Dunc came round and we went for food at my fav place in Glasgow – Sushiya… but they were full. So we headed over to Cuba Norte for a wee beverage. Met up with youngest Soos and his Lone Gunmen pal, Phil of the Future! Sweet. After a good blether, we headed back to Sushiya for some sushi and ramen. Food is so good there… it’s the bomb.

After a great feed, we headed over to Henry’s Cellar Bar for the Boogaloo Bothy night – the event Paul T had briefed me on earlier in the day. Chris da Funk was on first and was playing some cool tunes with his acoustic guitar and effects… aided and abetted by a dude on bongos.

The Ruffness were on next who play lovely instrumental ska-influenced funk – reminded me of the instrumental stuff the Beasties did on Hello Nasty. I have to say they were brill… Got the crowd skanking which was sweet to see.

A DJ then tied things up between 0100ish and 0230hrs when we left… Sweet French housey beats… Got my posse going.

Conversation flowed and was varied… My friends are open to my faith and love and respect me for me… which is great and tremendously liberating.

Great evening... I haven't had enough sleep and I missed my Lady and my we'ans... but it was worthwhile.

Friday, February 24, 2006

Mac tune-up: 34 software speedups

The boffins at Macworld want to give your Mac a wee tune-up with 34 software speedups... iPhoto is always kind of slow for Olly and me... Maybe this will help?
Turn Off Shadows By default: iPhoto adds a drop shadow to each photo in browse mode. On Macs with slower processors or graphics cards, the extra processing required to display those shadows can slow things down. To turn off the shadows, choose iPhoto: Preferences, click on the Appearance button in the toolbar, and deselect the Drop Shadow option.
If you rock the Mac and I know my Dad, the Soos, Roberto, Janey, M and now Big Leader Boydster do... Check this out and give it a go: Link

Geodesic Domes: Creating space

Thanks to the Coolhunter for the heads-up on this... Geodesic Domes... I like the idea that these domes are portable and can be, relatively straight forwardly, assembled. Its like Tent Ministry from back in the day but with an unique, contemporary and utterly modern feel... Imagine the application for emerging churches... non-permanent structures that can adapt and move literally with the times. I think there may be mileage in this...

Check it out: Link

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Medicom Rhodia Note Cases...

I have posted before about my love for Rhodia notepads... well... over in the Land of the Rising Sun you can get sweet cases designed especially for Rhodia notebooks. How cool is that? My fav is the Rocky Mountain DPM case (top).

The other cases have various designers and look pretty smart:
* Geneviéve Gauckler : HAPPY CHICKPEAS
* Will Sweeney : METAL STORM
* Tomo Painting and Dyeing Art : GOLD FISH
* Mitten by movco : M-STYLE
* Labline.tv : LABLINE-STAR

Sweet. Check them out here: Link

Landrover Discovery

I really like the Landrover Discovery... especially with the optional extra attachable tent. One for the festivals? Sweet.

Check it out here: Link

Google's Winter Doodles

I know I should be all anti-Google as a result of their approach to China and I am still unhappy with that... but I do like their winter logos celebrating the winter Olympics. Check them all out here: Link

1 billion songs!!!

G'on yersel Apple... oh and 1 billion songs exist with Apple's Fairplay DRM - just hope they don't bring out something new!?!

Lent... what will you give up???

Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent, is next Wednesday, 1st March. I don't normally do Lent but I want to follow it this year... Why? because I want to experience the kind of fasting that my Lord experienced... I want to walk closer with Him.
Jesus told us that when we fast (not if) we are not to make a show of it, like hypocrites do. A fast is different from a hunger strike: a fast is a personal act of devotion to God, while a hunger strike is a public act most often used to shine a spotlight on injustice. A fast is also different from anorexia nervosa: it is disciplined diet, not total abstention from food. During a religious fast, you still eat, you just abstain from certain foodstuffs. Traditionally, people have fasted by eliminating luxury items from their diets, such as meats. You could have a fast that consists of eating whatever you want, but drinking only water. Orthodox Christians recognize five levels of fasting:

* Abstaining from meat
* Abstaining from meat, eggs, milk, butter, and cheese
* Abstaining from meat, eggs, milk, butter, cheese, and fish
* Abstaining from meat, eggs, milk, butter, cheese, fish, oil, and wine
* Abstaining from all foods and beverages except bread, water, juices, honey, and nuts.

Note that the fifth and strictest level describes John the Baptizer’s diet, and it is may very well have been the fast that Jesus undertook for forty days in the wilderness. (Christians reenact this retreat during Lent.)

To fast, just omit an item or two from your diet—something that you would normally eat during the course of the day. Every time you get an appetite for those items, you will be reminded of your fast and that will remind you of the reason for your fast, and you can pray instead of eating. This can have immense spiritual benefit. You are simply using your belly as a spiritual snooze-alarm.
Taken from: http://www.kencollins.com/holy-04.htm which I found to be useful reference for explaining Lent.

Who wants to join me?


Don't really do ties anymore... work is a wee bit more relaxed - khakis/ shirts/ Clarks/ jumpers... but the way my work is going I may need to get back in the Tie Game (oi... not that kind of tie game!!!).

Cool Hunting has run a couple of articles on cool ties - top is a skull patterned tie from J. Press (link) which I like - its punk and subversive yet says corporate... sweet!

I also LOVE the other tie - its the "Commuter" tie by Thomas Pink (link) and has a pocket on the back to hold a Nano or Shuffle and a wee loop to help keep the headphones under control. OMGoodness - almost makes me want to wear a tie again!!! I mean, how cool is that!?! Do you think SP&S will start doing Nano pockets for SA uniform ties??? Check them out and if you wear a tie to work... support their innovation.

My 500th post...

Big thanks to everyone who has contributed to the previous 499 posts... Shouts out to Olly and the we'ans... the Soos... Roberto... Humfer... Janey & Rosco... Jon G... Bobby & Diane... Big Leader Boydster... Studgie... Roberto... Big "D"... M... DJ Haggis... Existential Punk... Jonny B... Love you all!

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Tactile Symbols

I got the pic for this post and the previous "conversation" post from the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired's Functional Academics and Basic Skills Department website (link)

The graphics they use are the actual physical symbols that their Blind and Visually Impaired students use. I think they are fascinating and I commend the School for their innovation. i hope they don't mind me using some of their graphics as illustrations for this blog?!?

Check them out...


Talking... I've been doing a lot of that lately... Talking with Olly and the kids... Talking with Bobby & Diane on Sunday night... Talking with Pauly at my work on Monday... Talking with my friends at Alpha on Monday night... Talking with Kenny on Tuesday and then spending time with Olly while she was reading in bed (she wasn't feeling too well)... Talking with Tony tonight at Starbucks in Borders at the Fort. I have conversations with Jojo, DJHaggis, the Soos and Rosco planned for Thursday, Friday and Saturday...

A lot of talk... but also a lot of listening... and sharing... and being together... and accepting... and loving! Sometimes its great to stop talking and start doing - business is big on this... the whole "hardthought" blog is my way of making things happen in this way. But sometimes doing without talking is just a pointless... we need to share... we need challenge and discussion and entertainment too... Through talking we stop doing and start being.

Had a great conversation with Tony this evening... He is so on Olly and my wavelength... and is an asset to Dennistoun corps. Two key points came out of the conversation...

1) The church (the Salvation Army) needs to be in the community... It is too easy for us to have a "build it and they will come" attitude - we need to be the community We need to get out there and make an impact in the places we are situated in - tidy up... plant trees & flowers... get shopping for the elderly and do their gardens too... Demonstrate God's love by doing...

2) We need to be church... not do it. Our whole-of-life must reflect God... not part but all... We are called to be in the world but not of it... we focus too much in setting ourselves apart - the "of" part - that we forget about the "in" part. We need to be in the midst without losing our uniqueness and give back to a generous but broken world.

It was a great chat that had depth and meaning... one I hope to continue soon.

My DIY cover for Bobby's Nano

My DIY cover for Nano
Originally uploaded by Headphonaught.
Made with Green & Brown felt... and some patience.

When my pal, Bobby, gave me his Nano for a borrow... it was naked and a wee bit scratched. I clothed it and hope to protect it... and will fight him in court over custody.

Only joking Bobby... just giving it the love it deserves.
Taking orders... if anyone wants a special case made with love...

American Apparel Sustainable Edition

I have the Tees for my t-shirt idea - Men's fine jersey short sleeve t-shirt from American Apparel.
The softest, smoothest, best-looking organic cotton t-shirt available anywhere.

* 100% organic fine jersey cotton, combed for softness and comfort
* Flattering, stylish fit on virtually any body type
* Baby rib cotton stretchable collar for increased comfort and durability
* Reinforced shoulder construction to maintain shape through repeated washings
* Durable double-stitched bottom hemSuperior screenprinting results
All for £10 - wholesale available.

...and for the ladies - the baby rib basic short sleeve T:
The organic cotton version of our extremely popular 4305 style:

* 100% organic baby rib cotton, combed for softness and comfort
* Contoured to flatter women’s curves
* 100% organic baby rib cotton stretchable collar and armholes for comfort and durability
* Reinforced shoulder construction to maintain shape through repeated washings
* Durable double-stitched bottom hemSuperior screenprinting results
All for £10 - wholesale available.

Next step - locate superior screen printers or work out how I could do it "inhouse".


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