we note you blog

I was at the office until well past midnight last night, nursing a printer through the final stages of a submission we’re making for a competition that makes heavy use of previously mentioned design codes. For extra pathos points, I should point out to my international readers that yesterday was supposed to be a statutory holiday in England. Thanks a lot, English Partnerships.

So when I checked my bloglines subscriptions and found that Jack was offering a much needed distraction from urban design, I quickly took up the challenge.

Here’s the story so far. Jack picks up a paper copy of FAC2 by slateford.org (original text: we belong to you). Jack remixes and reissues the paper copy as a web site, thanks to the GNU Public License that’s included with the original. I download the source code and the reworked graphic and publish version 3.

Here’s my issue: we blog you note.

Initially I was planning to work with the graphic itself and manipulate the pencil strokes, then I started to explore the letters and discovered there was more mileage in a collection of acronyms.

W E B E L O N G T O Y O U

Y O U B L O G W E N O T E

I’ve passed you the blogging baton, get running.

ps – comments are back on again, but I can’t make any guarantees as I’ve been blitzed with a lot of spam this week.

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