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  • (phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language
  • A speech sound; the smallest discrete segment of sound in a stream of speech
  • call: get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone; "I tried to call you all night"; "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"
  • telephone: electronic equipment that converts sound into electrical signals that can be transmitted over distances and then converts received signals back into sounds; "I talked to him on the telephone"

THE TWELVE DAYS OF GEEKNESS - DAY TEN
THE TWELVE DAYS OF GEEKNESS - DAY TEN
(BEST SEEN LARGE OR AT ORIGINAL SIZE) THE TENTH DAY OF GEEKNESS On the tenth day of Geekness My fan girl gave to me Ten lords a-peeing Nine ladies lurching Eight blades a-filking Seven zombies zooming Six beasts a-baying Five golden rings Four falling birds Three henchmen Two turtle bros' And a part bridge of Khazad-dum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DON'T CROSS THE STREAMS !! 'Tis the season to drink rather a lot and this double hand of infernal ignobles practice imoderation in all things. Even evil Emperors, callous Kings and dark lords have got to go, when they've got to go...and so.... Never shy when it comes to spending a forged penny the rival villains (there's no point in ruling a, or many, worlds if you have to share!) agree to a temporary truce where, for the moment, they'll refrain from crossing, er, swords. From Left to Right, the assembled Pee-rs of Assorted Sundry Realms include: -Darkseid, Supreme Monarch of Apokolips from D.C comics. 2008 Mattel action figure, 18 cm (7 inch). Great Darkseid is holding the Anti-Life Equation Motherbox well out of the way, it's one thing to annihilate all living things by choice, quite another to do so accidentally because you dropped the Ultimate Destructor into the urinal trough. "Whoops!" would be just a tad inadequate, though "Flushed!" would perhaps bring a rare smile to even the tyrant's grim face. -Max von Sydow as Emperor Ming The Merciless of Mongo from "Flash Gordon". 2007 Entertainment Earth, action figure 18 cm (7 inch). Klytus: "Excuse me your Majesty, if you've finished the minions wish to grovel before your magnificence..." Ming: "Not yet. I like to play with things a while before....urination." -Prince Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia aka Vlad Tepes (Vlad The Impaler) here seen in his incarnation as Count Dracula from Marvel Comics. 2006 Toy Biz Marvel Legends: Monsters action figure, 18 cm (7 inch). Drac: "Ohmidemigod! Lookithat! I'm pissing blood...vat's up vith dat? Oh! Heh heh. Wampire! I forgot again." (Several hundreds years old the Master Vampire's memory is not what it once was. Given his late-night liquid suppers it's no wonder his expression is colourful.) -David Bowie as The Goblin King Jareth from "Labyrinth". 2008 NECA Cult Classics action figure, 18 cm (7 inch). There's always one clown who'll have the ill-manners to answer a call on their cell phone, Palantir, or Dance Magic Dancing Balls whilst visiting the Bog of Eternal Stench. -Lord of the Nazgul, the Witch-King of Angmar, from "The Lord Of The Rings". 2003 Toy Biz action figure, 21 cm (8 inch). The Black Captain is always literally relieved to visit the Gents, as he's reasonably certain that most of the other occupants will be Men Of Women Born. -Ricardo Montalban as the Augment Prince Khan Noonian Singh from "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan". 2007 Diamond Select action figure, 21 cm (8 inch). Frozen in cryogenic suspended animation for over 200 years is a long time between calls of genetically engineered nature. By the way, that's a Ceti Eel behind him...nothing else! Admiral James T. Kirk: "He's in the CANNNNNN!!!!" -King of Latveria, Victor Von Doom from Marvel Comics. 2002 Toy Biz action figure 16cm (6 1/2 inch). Armoured as he is Doom's never without a handy wrench so he won't get caught when caught short. Standing next to Kong, Doom displays his legendary iron will (and prudent desire to avoid being turned into Spam in a can) by refraining from passing the tool to the Great Ape with the droll comment, "Monkey wrench?" -Prince Kong of Skull Island from "King Kong". 1973 Mattel 21 cm (8 inch) toy. (On loan from the Toy Box Of Jason Heller). A little bit younger, a little bit smaller. This is a splendid toy! When manipulated the knurled wheel in the back causes the massive arms to flail about in grand fashion. -Sir Derek Jacobi as the renegade Timelord, The Master, from "Doctor Who- Utopia". 2006 Character Options action figure, 13 cm (5 inch). As much as I enjoy actor John Simm's interpretation of the Doctor's arch nemesis I would have loved to see Jacobi play the character for a bit longer than it took the Master to shed the disguise of Professor Yana. He's not bothered by having to share the facilities with his fellow meglomaniacs, after all, the Face Of Boe once foretold, "You Are Not Alone." I interviewed Sir Derek before he played The Master...if only I'd known! :) -Emperor Zurg of Planet Z (voiced by Andrew Stanton) from "Toy Story 2". McHappy Meal action figure, 10 cm (4 inch). Do Cyborgs Stream Electric Pee? Both Zurg and The Master are smaller figures than the others, and with similar scale figures I sometimes use forced perspective (or simply have them standing on a matchbox!) to make them fit the scene.
Dan Walton and I, Press Democrat Interview
Dan Walton and I, Press Democrat Interview
Original Press Democrat photo of Dan Walton and I. Photo taken by Christopher Chung. Here's the article's text from 1/9/06: Jammin' at Macworld Sonoma Wire Works to debut next generation of its audio software during annual SF event By STEVE HART THE PRESS DEMOCRAT Tech startup Sonoma Wire Works was born in a shed in the apple orchards along Gravenstein Highway north of Sebastopol. "It was a great place to do software," said Daniel Walton, the company's 27-year-old vice president. "There was very little distraction." The spot was within walking distance of Graton's Willow Wood Market and Cafe, where software makers refueled on espresso. Sonoma Wire Works incorporated in 2003 and one year later unveiled its first product - digital recording software for guitarists. The company will roll out the next generation of its audio software Tuesday at the world's pre-eminent Macintosh event, the Macworld Conference & Expo at San Francisco's Moscone Center. It's an opportunity for small companies to introduce their wares to consumers. More than 300 companies will attend the five-day show to exhibit their products. For Sonoma Wire Works, it will mark the debut of its RiffWorks recording software for the Mac operating system. "Mac users have been champing at the bit to buy RiffWorks," said Michelle Wright, the company's marketing chief. She said the Mac version will go on sale at the end of March. Macworld also gives Apple Computer Inc. a stage each year to launch its newest products. Apple's chief executive, Steve Jobs, will address the conference at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and there's lots of speculation about what he'll announce. Analysts suggest Jobs may reveal a new iPod Shuffle or a line of computers powered by Intel chips. Apple is the leader in mobile media with its iPod music and video players. Apple sold 22.5 million iPods in its 2005 fiscal year and could double that figure in 2006. Last year, Apple and Intel reached a deal to use Intel's processors starting in 2006. There's also a chance that Apple will introduce an iMac computer that functions as a digital video recorder, according to industry observers. As usual, Apple isn't dropping any hints, said Mike Sponseller, a spokesman for International Data Group, Macworld Expo's organizer. "They're being very tight-lipped," he said. Sponseller said digital media will be a primary focus of the expo. "Digital photography is really big this year, along with music and video." In addition to 345 commercial exhibits, Macworld, which runs through Friday, will offer presentations by Mac experts and an auto show featuring custom cars outfitted with Apple electronics. A handful of Sonoma County tech businesses will be represented at Macworld, including O'Reilly Media, the Sebastopol computer publisher; ExecUtron Development Corp., a Santa Rosa business software maker; MicroMat Inc., a Santa Rosa developer of computer troubleshooting software; and Outspring Inc., a Santa Rosa maker of spam filters and e-mail programs. Sonoma Wire Works hopes to expand its market by reaching Mac users at the show. Sonoma Wire Works' current software for Windows has reached 10,000 users since it hit the market in November 2004, Wright said. She wouldn't disclose revenues but said the company is on track to make a profit this year. While most audio software is aimed at studio professionals, RiffWorks is designed to let beginners produce, record and podcast their musical creations, Walton said. The new version for Mac and Windows also allows musicians to jam and record together online, said Randy Wentzel, the company's customer support chief. The price for the new RiffWorks hasn't been announced. The current version sells for $189 in a kit that includes a guitar port, a device thatconnects a guitar and a computer. It's $99 without the port. Although it's officially headquartered in Sebastopol, Sonoma Wire Works doesn't have an office. Instead, it's a virtual business with a half-dozen employees scattered from Colorado to Sonoma County. They communicate by e-mail and cell phone.

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