I was freaked right out because I kinda thought it was real. I didn’t clue in to the fact that there was guy walking around hiding and being his voice. haha. I told Sabrina and she thought it was so cute that I didn’t get it. Made her giggle. I’ve seen robots on the internet that really do talk and it was at a computer thing so I though it could be real, ok.
We made a video for all my friends on the internet and it’s taking ages to upload…so here’s two seconds. for now so you can hear the voice. His name is D3 and he works for Dell. I think having a robot would be pretty cool yet creepy at the same time. I’d like if CasieBot could go to work for me…and make me dinner…and drive me around. I’m sure I could find a few jobs for her.
The other day I found a little notebook in my desk. The noted were all made in April 2008. This is the first time I’ve typed them out and now I’m sharing with you. I hope you like them. The photos are from the warehouse the other day. It’s a creative space I adore.
ride me by casie stewart, april 16, 2008
sunny outlook, brand new, fresh book
sun shining outside, take the bike out for a ride
feel the sun shine on your face, biking fast, win your own race
light a cig, turn up the tunes
nothing like the sun in the afternoon
flare by casie stewart, april 16 2009
free spirit flowing lyrics, let it out, scream & shout!
I’m a very artsy girl. I make art stuff almost on the daily. Yesterday I photographed a TON of my artwork and am working on variety of prints, t shirts and fun stuff. You can see a huge pile of original work including drawings, paintings and poetry at borderlineartistic.me. There is just waaaaaaaaay to much to post on this blog. I’ve got a Poetry Corner blog coming out soon also! Seems there’s lots of ‘coming out’ going on teeee heeeee. Check ’em out. There’s a whole lotta stuff. The beauty of being an artist is the ability to create something that did not exist before. If you really like something and want to ask about how you can have it, send me an email me at casie at casiestewart.com. This is one of my favorites: careful writer patient spider
So I think 30 IS the new 20 and after reading the article, I refer to what Mum likes to call ‘poor me syndrome’. There are alot of people who are just lazy and unmotivated. This will never change, no matter what happens in the world.
Sure, we’re faced with environmental/ economic/war crisis happening but we also have more access to information, more opportunity to succeed and more ways to gaining expertise for free. Hello Internet? There are things out there you just have to go and get them, the strong will survive. I
‘ve got a B.Comm in International Business & marketing diploma. I work in the IT dept coordinating projects for an online gaming company. Before this was the fashion industry! I’ve worked in restaurants, done PR blah blah blah…I’ve never had a problem finding a job because I’ve always been determine NOT to fail.
I also agree with @d_hock the most, if someone is going to complain & wahwah about ‘poor me, I’m GenY‘, I say…shut your face. Get up and do something about it!I have many more thoughts the awesomeness that is #GenyTO but I’ll save that for another day.