My boy, Rae, is on 3HIVE.

That is all.

Related: My Boy’s On austinist.com

Supergrass on The Ali G Show

I’m a huge Supergrass fan. Feeling a little nostalgic, I went seeking some on teh yootoobz. Here’s a little something I found:

Attention all thirtysomethings:

Billy Corgan turned 41 today.

Feeling old yet?

The new job is dope

Two weeks here at the new gig and things are going pretty swimmingly.

All of the members of the team are pretty rad and they have a ton of expertise. Team meetings are a blast because I get to watch a great team think through tough issues. The other designer here’s got a lot of great things to share — I especially look forward to learning a lot from him.

I’m working downtown with a commute of 11 minutes and free parking. The office building I work in is pretty impressive. It’s on the River Walk and I have a great view from my shared office (Hey — I can see my house from here! [No, seriously, I can see my neighborhood.]). There are some old friends working in the office upstairs so I get to take walks with them every once and a while.

I haven’t worked on anything too involved yet but I look forward to challenging projects and helping this company forge new directions.

More to come …

Let’s go..!

… to Houston or Dallas.

Lenny Kravitz — Still rocking

I’ll always dig this guy’s stuff. It’s just: Really. Cool.

I’ve resigned

Monday, I resigned from my five year tenure at a great company. I’ll be going to work for another great company in a couple of weeks.

I’ve met a lot of people with great talent and great intelligence over the past five years. Your impressions will last my lifetime and contribute to whatever success life may bring me. From the bottom of my heart: Thank You.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Mark Twain

wtf …

blech.

OMGTHISSITEROCKS!!!11!

OOBJECT

There Will Be Blood

Daniel Day Lewis and Dillon Freasier in

This movie cannot get here soon enough. The original score was composed by Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood. You can get a good earful at Nonesuch Record’s mini-site for the album. It’s gorgeous.

This isn’t his first solo effort. There were a few others.