Unfocused - From the streets of NY and then some

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Co-founder of TwoHeadedCat and all around native NYer, computer tech and freelancer writer, Adam P. Knave has given in and started taking pictures of his town, as he sees it.

Which is an utterly useless damned sentence. This is a collection of images - the majority taken from the streets of NY and surrounding areas - that mean something to me.

And then sometimes, you know how it is, there are pictures that have nothing to do with anything. Cope.

I can be hunted down and found at:

The webzine I run and write for - TwoHeadedCat

My personal site - Adampknave.com

And so on.

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The shopping cart has been drinking, not me.... Not me.

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3rd Jul 2005, 20:58   comments (2)

Moblogging the moblogging shirt on a moblogger. Meta much, biznatches?

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2nd Jul 2005, 22:06   comments (8)

Yub jub. I have unmanned an ewok and carry its testicles as a prize.

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2nd Jul 2005, 18:04   comments (7)

Please don't bend me!

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So a bit of explanation: Travis Ingram is my artist for Crazy Little Thing, which comes out in August. As part of a pre-sale offer we are giving away 25 copies of a signed/numbered print of the first full page art peice in the project.

I just got them in the mail. On the envelope, Travis couldn't just write "Do not bend", he had to draw a little cartoon him, begging the mail carriers to be careful with him.

I am still laughing over this.
2nd Jul 2005, 16:07   comments (1)

Well trained in the Bronx

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29th Jun 2005, 12:46   comments (0)

Got books? No.. this isn't anything like all of them..

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26th Jun 2005, 01:12   comments (0)

Kathy Lee was here.

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24th Jun 2005, 03:49   comments (1)

Cross-training

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23rd Jun 2005, 22:09   comments (0)