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Home-Grown GIFs

I’m a man of my generation (almost) so it probably comes as no surprise to anyone that I would enjoy to communicate with my friends, family and even strangers online through the wonderful medium of GIFs.

I’ve watched over the years gifs turn from simple hand-drawn, low frame, high dither animations to glorious, glossy, almost video like clips from popular TV shows and films. There are plenty of repositories around the world wide web for these invaluable mini-clips that contain thousands if not millions of entries made by themselves, by fans or, surprising enough, the production companies themselves.

However even though there are millions out there, sometimes you just can’t find the one you want. So here we are; in a predicament where you know the GIF you want in your head but it doesn’t exist. Fear not, there are plenty of ways out there to make a GIF for free, some much better than others (quick tip, you don’t need to download any software to achieve this); however even doing so and then uploading it to one of the mega-collections that fuel messaging services such as Facebook, Discord, WhatsApp and Slack, may mean your hard work gets lost in the wash.

For this reason I am reasonably precious about GIFs that I create, so much so that I have also decided to upload them here – somewhere where if I ever reached a million clips I would probably either be a) eternal, b) subject to some kind of mass hack or c) on some strange personal journey to create a business focusing on these tiny digital masterpieces. Also it just makes it easier for me to find them if I end up losing them.

PayMoneyWubby We’re Just Getting Started

H3H3 Joke Police

Charlie (Cr1tikal) Smiles While Watching Fart Porn

PayMoneyWubby is Scared

Home Audio Cassette Gallery

As part of archiving audio I come into contact with hundreds of different types of home audio cassettes from various manufacturers

This post is a celebration of the box artwork, some of which is quintessentially 80s or 90s design work.

This post will be updated regularly so be sure to check back often!

Amelia C90 Low Noise

BASF Chrome Extra II 90

TDK D90 Type I

Japanese Auto Matsuri Museum of Power – 11 June 2017

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6two1 Open Day – 14th April 2017

On 14th April 2017 6two1 in Colchester had an open day inviting various fans of the brand/YouTube Channel to come down and show off their cars. Sadly at this point I had nothing interesting to demonstrate, but took a few photographs.

Modified Nationals Peterborough Arena – 26th May 2017

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Japfest Silverstone – 29th April 2017

This was my first time of being at Silverstone. It was a fantastic day – car mecca I called it.

As you can see from the pictures below, I was mainly interested in the cars from the 80s and 90s; irregardless of power, condition or style. Japfest is one of my favourite events on the calendar.

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Hot Rod & Custom Show Peterborough Arena – 26th May 2017

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Players 10 North Weald – 17th September 2017

Players 10 usually marks the end of the car show year. It holds a special place in my heart as it was the first show I had ever been too.

Unfortunately due to the date it is held the skies are usually overcast and makes taking pictures a little difficult.

This day was pretty good, however I didn’t take lots of pictures. I was more interested in the stock/factory cars over the modified examples.

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Classic Nostalgia 2017 Shelsley Walsh – 22nd July 2017

This was one of my favourite shows of the year, if not one of my favourite of all time. I grew up playing rally video games as a kid and thought rally cars were the coolest thing (and still do). This day out was a fantastic time to watch some of these legendary cars going up and down the hill climb, all while being able to get up close and personal with the cars in the paddocks. Aside from the rally legends, there were a few other interesting cars present on the day.


Software Splash Screen Gallery

A post that is a tribute to those few moments (or sometimes gruelling minutes on slow systems!) where you are greeted by a nice high-colour picture introducing the software you are about to run or install – often with fancy effects that add unobtainable levels of awesome within the actual software.