10.12.2007

IT WAS WARM AND THEN IT GOT COLD



Well, look at what my Mom found! The Vicks commercial. An e-kudo or two to Miss Brownsword for the catch in the comments as well.

I also hear that the clip will be running tonight during The Ghost Whisperer. In hi-def, no less!

Oh my.

Moving on!! In the spirit of the videos unearthed here this past week, I humbly present a couple minutes of Halloween inspiration.



Finally, Mr. Disposition is up to it again... he found a website that allows you to "upload an image, print the resulting multi-page pdf file and assemble the pages into extremely cool looking poster up to 20 meters in size." Apparently, this is called The Rasterbator (no, I'm not kidding) and it allows you to "rasterbate" your images into posters like this:


(the room of disposition, I believe)

Anyways, besides it's unfortunate name, the program seems pretty sweet. And free. A good combination.

If you live in the northeast, we are coming to visit next week! See you soon.

7 comments:

mr. bojangles said...

I know what I'm going to be for halloween now.

Congratulations on the commercial.

julia gulia said...

dude if i had the skill i would totally do that for halloween.

i do work at a toy company.
it would be fitting.


is it just me or does the commercial cut your song off at a weird spot?
maybe it's the quicktime.

julia gulia said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anathallo

i'd take a look at the band member descriptions....


oh wikipedia

Kristin Brownsword said...

i know no better clarinet players than ___________.

heheheee

Phil said...

That commercial makes me feel so safe. Thanks for making me feel safe, anathallo.

AdamBomb said...

I just saw the commercial on TV! I've been busy with a million things and disconnected from Anathallo news lately, so I hadn't heard anything about it. I was pretty shocked. But seeing/hearing that gave me the warm fuzzies! I immediately got on my computer to see if any of you guys or the boardies were online to share my joy, but no such luck. Ah well. I'm pretty excited anyway. Congratulations, guys.

TheVictorio said...

I remember when rasterbators weren't free. Thank God for the internet and awesome people with free-time and kind hearts.