Have programs that work almost exactly like Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, and InDesign. Watch TV shows on Slice, the Comedy Network, or any other channel that has online episodes. Have an easy-to-use FTP client for those few adventurous users who want to fiddle with HTML.
As a sort of case study, after completely ruining her XP install with the Antivirus 2009 virus, Kristen now has a laptop running Ubuntu.
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Ubuntu is better than Mac OS X is better than Windows 7, and at the very bottom of the food chain? Vaccinations are important tools to keep millions of people from dying; any potential adverse affects are worth it forever.
Homeopathy, massage, acupuncture, herbal medicine and chiropracty are all voodoo, based on ill-defined science, the placebo effect, and gullibility. The punchline, here, is that making modifications to the system has become almost comically complex, a game where each fix introduces a new bug, the whole thing a JENGA tower that's not holding together so well. In order for me to concentrate on a project for any length of time, it must be a project that, to some extent, accommodates my abysmal attention span. My attention span is such that I can focus very deeply on a task - let's call it 'Task A'- for somewhere between 2-8 hours, after which I completely lose my shit. Thanks to the fact that I am constantly, either absorbing new ideas or re-referencing old ones, my interests shift every couple of days - almost always to reflect some facet of media I have recently experienced. I am easily discouraged, both by how difficult tasks can be and the skill gap between myself and professionals. I constantly seek projects that will involve all of my interests - writing, drawing, programming, layout, game design theory - but such projects tend to be too large and complicated to divide into 2-8 hour chunks. Complex, co-operative, RPG-style game where investigators try to stop the end of the world without going crazy or dying, first. I've been to Peru, and Japan, I've walked to 4000m above sea level, had my ass handed to me at Dance Dance Revolution in an arcade in Kyoto, zip-lined, wine-toured, and attended a surprising number of weddings.


I'm also madly in love with a Kristen - an elusive and beautiful creature who is currently teaching Kindergarten in Abu Dhabi. I'm not going to lie, Kristen had a hand in making it too, being that she all but came up with the joke.A  We were sitting together, and I was doodling on a pad of paper, as is customary. The technique of using an almost monochromic set of colours on each layer makes for a much more eye-grabbing picture than one would expect. Well, I produced something that's at least interesting, if a little bit too 'way overcrowded' and a little bit too 'nickelodean'. Well, in my effort to place the entire bulk of my work online in no specific order, I'm jumping willy-nilly through my comic history. When entering this site, you might notice that the images take anywhere between 5 seconds and 10,000 years to load (depending on your connection). Remember, folks, the minute Curtis gets a job as a cartoonist, the rest of the education gets put on hold.
It sounded fun, at least.A  This was from the 'tween-schools' period between High School and University, if you're looking for a generic time frame for this comic to fit into.
In Warren's defense, some lower-level art courses are really goddamn easy, and taking less than 5 due to the 'workload' would be silly and lazy. Following the same damn Mohammed-comic controversy as the rest of the world, some doof invoked Godwin's Law in a letter to "The Peak".
The only really enlightened response was the carefully crafted letter from the Muslim Student Association. Questionable Content, you'd know that things are getting "Shit-hot" right now.A  Perhaps poor Marten will get laid before I do, againA - but the guy has been wussing out and putting up with coffee-shop girls for 3 years, and he has to deal with all of the angst associated with being fictitious. Thankfully it was up to hotel staff to clean that up and I never did report that place for the bedbugs that bit me. My glee at this, when I appeared on the CSSS IRC, was immediately ripped to shreds by Chris Demwell, who has had some bad experiences with KVM switches, being that they don't do anything that he wants them to do. Usually, this means that I have exhausted the part of my brain that is interested in performing 'Task A' - be it programming, drawing, writing, or miscellaneous. The features editor at The Peak, Debbie, asked me to do an illustration for a "Last Word" article that she was running.


I didn't think of any real emotional bent, to the article, so I went for a neutral with this one- If I was going for a more piss-&-moan "I'm so very cool" coffee-shop look, I would have done the whole thing in purples and blues, like the front counter. So, then, the article that it was to accompany, a sordid piece of crap about how white guys never pay the bill at Tim Hortons, never ran.
I promise to get my lazy Photoshop-using ass in gear at some point during this week, but until then, you're going to have to learn to live with the load times.
Then, Curtis is going to make many copies and send them to your local comic syndicates, in hopes of being sold to newspapers. Most of the courses at SFU, however, involve so much struggling against professors who couldn't explain the concept of 'hard' to a rock, that taking more than a few at a time would guarantee instant insanity. By invoking the Nazi analogy, he automatically loses the discussion, even if he's not technically on USENET. I'm kinda glad that the article didn't run, because it really sucked, but now the picture has no home. I worked last week, too, Wednesday to Saturday, and now I'm working Monday to Friday, all 10-12 hour shifts. The responses to his letter are almost worse than the letter itself, and they've also used the tried-and-true Hitler reference to 'drive their point home'. Non-techies are getting more and more demanding with their computers, and less and less patient with any sort of 'reading' or 'learning' that might be required. We believe in free speech, but don't use it to deride people." In this case, I completely agree. It was my first real experience with colour that didn't look like total ass, and it took me most of a day to complete. The comics were tasteless and racist, and clearly shouldn't have been printed in the first place.
All of the colours are flat and very 'animationy', and the emotional effect is completely dulled by the complete spectrum of pastel colours.



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