Where do old applications go to die (and maybe get resurrected)?
Once again it’s time for Steampunk Hands Around the World. A wonderful event of inclusion and camaraderie, reinforcing the togetherness of steampunk. This year’s theme is “Our Playground, Our Classroom, Our Workshop”. I _like_ it, how could I not, Professors exist in classrooms and workshops, and all of this is playtime. Typing of which, my […]
One of the blogs I follow that is also someone I know in real life. Celebrating two years of online updates, the blog covers all sorts of steampunk and writery aspects. Well worth a subscribe. Link: http://cogpunksteamscribe.wordpress.com/
Quite tardily, my apologies, I can report the Steampunk Ghostbusters Charity Ball held last month was an outstanding success. The event raised just under $5,000 for the Cancer Council Queensland, yet apart from the charity effort – the outfit effort was positively amazing. There were steampunked green fairies, hats that were ships complete with rigging, […]
A very quick parody of a well known Dr Seuss book, thanks to Nancy for prompting and dedicated to my son who chose the Steampunk Alphabet over the Dr Seuss Sleep book last night as his bedtime story.
Abbott buys everyone a beer, it’s his round. Commonwealth departments, including universities, complain theirs is 3/4 full1. Abbott explains that they will be so efficient at drinking the alcohol that he’s bought them a full pint equivalent by giving them a 3/4 pint. Abbott points out that Defence has to do the same; but the […]
This week I received an invitation from the Queensland Steam and Vintage Machinery Society to bring S.T.E.A.M along to see their works at Old Petrie Town’s regular markets. Unfortunately it clashed with some already organised SEQ steampunk events, but I made sure to go to the QSVMS demonstrations and WOW were they spectacular. Along with so many working steam […]