Frostey's Mind Unplugged

Thursday, July 27, 2006

My DC Vacation!

Hallo! I'm in Washington D.C. with my father! We have done several things, including being recorded for Ahead of the Curve of ABC news (unfortunatly, I don't have a link to the e-version. A photo: here!) including me and my website, and going to a confrence for AAPD (American Association for People with Disabilities).
As for Ahead of the Curve, it is a technology news program on ABC. The backround was so simple, yet so effective! While dad introduced placeMap (here's a screenshot: here!), I was showing off my website and having an interview about it!
As for AAPD, my father won an award for his voting technology project, which could be accessable for handicapped. It was also a 16th birthday celebration of the signing of the American Disability Act. Other people won awards, too. There were bipolar people, blind people, deaf people, mute ones, midgets, people with speech impediments, ones in wheelchairs, etc. At the end, I let a blind friend of my dad, feel my face to see how my face is currently; he said it was one of the nicest things someone let him do for a long time.
We also did other little things on this fun trip!
Anyway, I've switched flash projects. I got bored of Noids 3, so I'm now working on Liechtenstein, a silly music video based off of the silly song.

Anyway, Namasté!

-Eben "Fthrosti"

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Päiväääää*! My summer has been going fan-flooping-tabulous. Going to the swimming pool to get more exercize, making cartoons, hanging out with my friends, doing some awesome cooking, &c. I also went to friends camp in South China, Maine for 2 weeks! ( ˚∀˚)
So, here's a foto of the most beautiful pretzel I've made, which was with a whole delicious batch of other pretzels that I made with my father (:-)˚ :

Anyway, I have been making the fourth Noids cartoon! Imagine that! It's not specifically related, but I've made a fake Japanese cartoon ad poster for Noids. Here's the link: here!
Anyway, C-Ya!

-Eben "Fthrasti"

*Päivää= Finnish for "hello." The double vowl at the end is pronouced EAH in yEAH with extra length.