Wednesday, 14 October 2009


it's not customary of me to double-post, but i've just finished my poster assignment for science communication module, and i thought it would be nice to get some feedback on what people think about it. i'm going to spare everyone the theory and literature behind poster design (there's more sh*t which is actually logic than there should be, related to something any 8-year old can now do), but feel free to comment on theoretical aspects of it, if you are so inclined.

as a side note, this was supposed to be a group project, but, as with most group projects i do, i ended up doing everything. sigh. i'm not kidding, either - i really had to do every single thing. and my groupmates are making me burn this into a cd (in which format it has to be submitted) as well as print it out (probably using my own money). AND present the poster at the end of it all. really, i want to bitch so much more about this, but i'll just go with the japanese approach and suck it up and ganbatte.

this is why i preferred (and still do) to do all assignments on my own. but that's a rant reserved for another day. for the time being, keep the little flying bugs at bay! yummy, indeed.


the girl in stiletto said...

lol perhaps you should put edward cullen's photo just for the impact of bloodsucking creature.

and to make it more attractive :P

but yet so unprofessional.

ah well, im just kidding ahhaha

etc said...

edward who?

ok so twilight reference :/ i can see how that might work but, it's a bit niche :p i really should watch that movie so that at least when people talk about it i'm not so lost. i watched a bit while my sister was watching it (she watched it 3 times, at least!) but i profess, i couldn't really stand it.