Read about 'Durstan' being left off the up-and-coming Professional CSS book cover? So, in the style of Where's Waldo, let's play 'Where's Durstan?'
Some of you may have read about 'Durstan' being left off the cover of the up-and-coming Professional CSS book.
So, in the style of Where's Waldo, let's play Where's Durstan?!
Found him yet?
- James Archer plays
- Peter Asquith plays
- Andy Budd plays
- Brian Behrend plays
- Colly plays
- Craig Cook plays
- Dan Cederholm plays
- Mike Davidson plays
- Derek Featherstone plays
- Jon Gibbins plays
- Stian Gryt�yr plays
- Nick Finck plays (and makes it harder still)
- Stefan Hayden plays
- Jon Hicks plays
- Jeremy Hubert plays
- Ian Lloyd plays
- Ian Lloyd plays again
- Jeremy Keith plays
- The lovely Kitta plays
- Ethan Marcotte plays
- Drew Mclellan plays
- Eric Meyer plays
- Richard Rutter plays
- Kim Siever plays
- Ryan (Brian) Sims plays
- Mark Trammell plays
- Keith Robinson plays
- Chris Vincent plays
- Max Wheeler plays
#1 On March 20, 2005 07:12 PM patrick h. lauke said:
the slightly increased sharpness of detail and subtly off light on his face makes him "pop out"...fun though :)
0o0o0o I found him!!!
#3 On March 20, 2005 08:03 PM Rob Mientjes said:
Yup, found him. Not too hard, mister Muhlarkey; like Patrick said.
He's probably not in that picture as he neglects the blogosphere for puppies.
Damn, that's difficult. Mine is, by comparison, a piece of cake, but not as easy as Hicks' lovely picture.
Just out of interest, do people get the 'Durstan' reference? Are people looking for a Durstan or a Dunstan?
Either way, I can't find him. Grrr
Ignore last commen ... just re-read your intro. I'm the same with instructions for electrical items, you know.
That too me waaay too long to find.
Not to be That Guy, but I noticed some very odd referrers coming from your esteemed site; I think that the link to my site's a bit broken, and folks looking to visit Jeremy's site are left with a somewhat more sidesh0w-riffic surprise. ;)
@ Ethan: YOINKS! That'll teach me to update without previewing and then taking the dog for a walk!
#12 On March 21, 2005 07:48 PM Chris Vincent said:
#13 On March 21, 2005 08:45 PM Jeremy Hubert said:
Now that I've been educated on who Dunstan is, I suppose I'm game as well.
#14 On March 21, 2005 09:04 PM Derek Featherstone said:
I know I'm late to the party, but I only just recovered from a swift knee to the nadgers...
#15 On March 21, 2005 10:04 PM Nick Finck said:
I decided to make my photo a little more challenging.. here ya go ...oh, and he is wearing green, so he should stand out a bit... ya, right.
(Ed says: Sorry to interupt this lil party, but Mike Davidson just sent me this by email.
I think a week in Austin has affected his brain chemistry. Would you like some of Malarkey's happy pills, Mike?)
#18 On March 21, 2005 11:12 PM Chris Vincent said:
Holy crap! Scarier than the Aphex Twin video which was suddenly brought to mind by that image.
#19 On March 22, 2005 01:33 AM Stefan Hayden said:
#20 On March 22, 2005 01:57 AM Jeremy Hubert said:
"I do like a man with a big moustache!"
I hope you're not referring to Dunstan.. he's wearing no such thing in my game piece. ;)
#22 On March 22, 2005 08:41 PM James Archer said:
Apparently SXSW was not his only conference.
#23 On March 22, 2005 09:36 PM Stian Gryt�yr said:
Hehe, lots of good stuff here. I hope Du[r|n]stan is ok with this, I haven't seen any comments from him. Anyways, assuming he's getting a good laugh from all this sillyness, here's my contribution. Can you spot Durstan in the seventies?
How comes Kitta is the only one to get a prefix? Not denying her loveliness and all but I feel a little left out :-(
#26 On March 23, 2005 05:02 AM James Archer said:
Crap. I just realized that Jeremy Keith beat me to the triumvirate concept.
Back to the drawing board....
Where's Durstan by Kevygee
(Ed says: Hi guys, we seem to be having some technical problems with MT Blacklist stopping legitimate comments from some of our good friends. Please bear with us while we try to sort it out.)
#30 On March 23, 2005 06:23 PM Dave said:
Very funny although i was expecting a forward on picture of his face :)
I'm soo gonna have to make a where's durstan for my site
#31 On March 23, 2005 06:55 PM Chris Hunt said:
Ooh, I want a go!
I actually bumped into Du[n|r]stan at the Wordpress 100k minibash last night in San Francisco and asked him how it felt to be a living meme. He's taking it rather well, I thought. He spared my teeth, the bruises should heal nicely in a few days, and my nadgers hardly even ache now. He's a good sport, that chap.
You know, Andy, your incident with Derek seems to have unleashed a great word onto the unsuspecting North American citizenry ...
Yes, well, I'm still suffering brit withdrawal. I would have called them "juevos" but I feared you foreigners wouldn't understand the reference.
#35 On March 24, 2005 05:23 AM Peter Asquith said:
Durstan's downunder and found a book that would have him …
And another one on my site from my girlfriend too.
(Hmm... Andy, MT is black-listing my comment?)
Back to work... *sigh*
#38 On March 25, 2005 11:24 AM Dave said:
Dear lord, Malarkey! What HAVE you started?
#39 On March 25, 2005 07:09 PM Eric Meyer said:
Okay, I found him in three different (yet similar) places. Check it out.
#41 On March 26, 2005 03:56 PM Krassy Can Do It said:
Apparently he's been here all along...
He looks positivly glowing in that vanity fair pic.
#44 On March 30, 2005 03:12 PM Richard Rutter said:
Dunstan camps it up. Easy to find, but it made me smile.
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