Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Nothing is what it seems...

All you art students out there, learn this immediately!

13 Comments:

Blogger Gricegrocers said...

Cynic's view: "early adopter" has become a marketing buzzword, see amazon.com

Good thing I'm not entirely cynical.

9:29 pm  
Anonymous berekeley said...

Here we are at the end of June and still no sign of any meaningful change at OSAS. I though Ian was meant to be working on some super secret new blog/site/wiki that was to be revealed this month following a meeting in the real world of all the OSAS principals. So tell me, is the OSAS ever ever going to get off the ground or is it just going to go on like this, a sensible alternative to the art life for old codgers with time on their hands but no gumption to make it happen. What a wasted opportunity!

5:27 pm  
Anonymous Berkeley said...

Berkeley

5:27 pm  
Blogger Ian Milliss said...

You could whinge for England, Berkeley. The only person with time on their hands seems to be you, so I suggest you get to work preparing your brilliant contributions. We all look forward to them.

If you use a bit of lateral thinking you can go and look at the skeleton site which is up and running with both blog and wiki, meanwhile I am roughing out some options for discussion when we get together. But it is open source so feel free to make suggestions now. Which weekend in the next few weeks would suit everyone?

1:34 pm  
Blogger Gricegrocers said...

I hate meetings.

1:56 pm  
Blogger Gricegrocers said...

there, i've said it.

2:30 pm  
Blogger Ian Milliss said...

I'd already worked that out. Not so keen myself, but it might help sort out some ideas. Then it can all be left so people can play around with it however they want.

2:54 pm  
Blogger Gricegrocers said...

Nature of the beast, really.

5:59 pm  
Blogger Gricegrocers said...

So can anyone tell me where on the web is the art school open source wiki skeleton site?

11:13 pm  
Anonymous Berkeley said...

Yeah right, I did make some suggestions but you rebuffed them claiming that something was in the works. I would really like to see this happen, but you guys couldn't organise a piss up in a brewery. Good luck and good bye.

11:04 am  
Blogger Gricegrocers said...

Flamin' heck.

11:17 am  
Blogger Ian Milliss said...

Should I explain to this troll berkeley how to get to the new site, since it obviously can't work it out for itself? I wanted to leave any public ouing for a few days while I sorted out a few more things like ftp for images on the wiki and make the wiki typography consistent with the rest of the site.

1:11 pm  
Anonymous Hawkesbury said...

Plenty of other fish in the sea, ya know...

12:55 pm  

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