Long Strange Trips on teh Intarwebs

Sooo… first there was a post by Warren Ellis that led to the Pubcrawler, a bicycle powered mobile bar in London.

That got me thinking about the local “spider bike” we frequently see crawling down the Burke-Gilman in good weather, so of course I had to find that. It turned out to be a “Conference Bike 7” as I discovered at Serge the Concierge, and it’s available for rental at Dutch Bike in Seattle, just a few miles from here. (Though I still think “spider bike” is a better term.)

Other links about the spider bike led to Web Urbanist, which has nifty pages about office furniture and geek living room furniture. The latter led to a chair my husband has exclaimed he simply must have when we own our own castle: the Creepy Sheepy chair. I think it really needs a flaming coffee table along side, but perhaps done in brass and iron… to go with the steampunky Nethrone work station.

And of course, another link on the living room page led to coffin furniture (warning: automatic music here) and from there to the utterly goth-necessary (or if you happen to be a fan of The Munsters) coffin motorcycle trailer.

The fun never ends on Teh Intarwebs….

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Writer, editor, eccentric pain in the tail, bestselling author of the Greywalker novels.
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3 Responses to Long Strange Trips on teh Intarwebs

  1. Dave says:

    No sheep chair for me… now if it came in dragon form I would be writing a check. Right. Now.

    But not sheep. 😛

  2. I’m a fan of dragons, but I’m not sure how comfortable they’d be as chairs–all those scales and spines and stuff….

  3. Dave says:

    Ah, I see, you would expect someone would actually be allowed to sit in the chair… 😉

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