30 September 2006

Live reports of a melting earth from 41 17 S 174 47 E (5:00 a.m.)

AND SO, after a very long hiatus I am at last back to quell/expell any and all rumours that may be circulating regarding my untimely demise. I will however, admit to entertaining some thoughts of ending it altogether ... blog wise that is - but if I have learnt anything from this whole blogging experience so far, it is simply this:

To write only what I know from my own viewpoint and to only post original content that I love.

Looking back on my very first post, I realise now 117 posts later, my goals and aims behind starting Eru's LifeCache were five simple but ambitious intentions.

1. That it doesn't smoke pole. (Unless it's real tasty pole)
2. That I eventually gain some readership other than myself, my Girlfriend and my Mother.
3. That I have something interesting to talk about next time I'm at an Ooh-Im-Soo-Cool-And-Radical-Like-Ohwow-So-Totally-Radical Party.
4. That I get invited to some of these Ooh-Im-Soo-Cool-And-Radical-Like-Ohwow-So-Totally-Radical Parties.
5. That is doesn't smoke anything other than the tastiest tasty pole.

Well, I have strayed and lost my way. I made the mistake (as millions of other webloggers with weblogs that aren't really weblogs do) of trying to emulate the blogs I love, at the expense finding and developing a strong voice of my own. That's not to say that I won't still post things I find interesting on other sites of course (and with due credit to my sources). It's just that I will no longer use other people's creative efforts to drive my blog. God knows you can see those mirrored, copycatted and regurgitated throughout the blogosphere, but this is the only place you can come to to hear one from one blogger, me, and I hope that that's a valid enough reason for why you might want to stop by again.

So, there you have it dear reader. My name is Eru I'm a blogger and welcome to 'Eru's LifeCache'.

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05 September 2006

Ceci n'est pas une photographie.

This is not a photograph of Korean actress Song Hye Kyo.

It's a super-phphoto realisticomputer rendering of Korean actress Song Hye Kyo by Indonesian artist Max Edwin Wahyudi.

While I'm showcasing bleeding edge technologies, I'm pretty excited by what Jeff Han has been up too. However after viewing the clip, it was immediately obvious atleast to me that if this 'dissolving interface' is any glimpse of what we have to look forward to, then there's a huge future in window cleaning solutions.

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04 September 2006

Crikey! What a little ripper of news a story!

Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin IS DEAD!

The 44-year-old is believed to have been killed by a stingray barb that went through his chest while filming an underwater documentary off Port Douglas.

It is not known at this stage if the unidentified stingray was part of an Al qaeda splinter cell known to operate within Australian waters, but intelligence reports are warning that this may be the first of many terror tactics deployed by the Al qaeda network of recruiting young, easily coerced disaffected stingrays.


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