Today, there was a need to contact the Canada Revenue Agency. So I visited the website.
Coincidently, today, I also discovered an awesome bookmarklet, to convert any site into a world of objects to be built up on a katamari ball.
So here’s the CRA’s web site, mostly rolled up. Also this screen capture includes a fun picture sort of abstract and colourful, that reminds me of a katamari ball itself.
Visit this page to get a Katamari Damachi website bookmarklet:
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Businesses will create joint ventures to improve products and market penetration.
A nearby town has a pair of businesses, side-by-side, that together inspire laughs or dread.
So what to think… Coincidence? Or a shady partnership?? I’ll let you draw your own conclusions.
(I saw this in-person years ago but couldn’t successfully get a digital camera photo, so this is from google Street View.)
Two businesses that no-one would want to see partnered together.
This is an instrument that is used in serious music productions, but funny by itself, makes me laugh out loud.
It’s known as a jaw harp, or Jew’s harp, or juice harp, or mouth harp, or ozark harp, or trump, or guimbarde. Yes, that many (probably more) various names for the instrument.
So how can it be taken seriously with so many names? How can it be taken seriously when it sounds so funny and is played basically by making a “twang-a-lang” sound inside your mouth?
But it makes for a good laugh. Oh, and I’ve personally owned a jaw harp for at least 15-20 years. But I gave up learning because I didn’t know how it was supposed to be played… sheesh.
Using iTunes connect, I have setup an app submission. The app is a game whose name is yet to be announced, and is not yet finished. So, the submission will be completed for the review to begin when the game’s design and development are complete.
This is exciting!
Last night or the night before, I installed the iMario app, a free or paid soundboard app. It is too simple, but has a bit of nice images. The sound does not play well, eg. If you press the starman button, the sound plays for several seconds, but if pressing the block smash button, the starman sound cuts out. The playback of any sound is imediately ended if starting a different sound.
Back to the iPhone app: app developers may start the submission process without submitting the product, so I am doing this as an exersize to learn the process now.