Ask the silicone oracle

typed for your pleasure on 4 July 2010, at 12.20 am

Sdtrk: ‘Accept yourself’ by the Smiths

My beautiful Synthetik wife would like to take this opportunity to remind you that she has a Formspring account, and she knows how to use it. For the most part, at any rate.

Won’t you pop round to the URL listed above and ask her some questions? Go on, it’s not like you’re doing anything else with your time this holiday week-end

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Another interlude? Why yes. on April 22nd, 2012

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3 have spoken to “Ask the silicone oracle”

  1. Everhard writes:

    Is that a new camera you are using? Sidore sure looks great.

  2. Davecat writes:

    Why yes! Yes it is. 🙂
    For this recent shoot, I used two cameras: a Kodak EasyShare CX7330, now named Clicky Mk IV, which was previously owned by none other than our Mahtek. He’d upgraded his camera, bequeathing his old one to me. You of course recall this pic of his lovely Penelope, right? I’d like to think my new camera still has some of that magic. 🙂
    The other camera — the one I’d used to take the above pic — is actually my new cellphone, the Motorola Droid. I’ve been lusting after that phone for a while, and things kinda fell into place recently where I was able to purchase one. So yeah!

    Incidentally, I’ve just posted a new pic of Shi-chan over at the ODC gallery album thing. I should probably upload more. I should probably get off my arse and redo Sidore’s site. So lazy!
    And we thank you for the compliment, by the way. 🙂

  3. Everhard writes:

    I certainly do recall that photo of Penelope. I also particularly like your double photo of Sidore reading in bed. So many photos on the web are too dark for my screen, but the exposure on these is just right. (There’s a double meaning in there somewhere I am sure.)

    Mobile phones that take photos reminds me of the 1980s television series The Shock of the New by Robert Hughes. He had an electric shaver, a compact camera, and several other objects I no longer recall all in a line. They all looked identical. What he did not envisage, I suspect, is that the electric shaver would also be a telephone, movie camera, satellite navigation system, and pizza dispenser all in one. (Next year.)

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