Sticky in a famous painting,
, out back
" sled dog
- Civil War-era tintype
& Peter Lawford
deep sea diver
-er, dog - Sticky rides his motorcycle
Stick-tanic in 3D
Mask of Zorro
The Time Tunnel
, another 2013
in a store
(November 2013) - gobble gobble
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Bound for glory
Gun fight at "S.T." corral
Stickyland fantasy theme park
, early Nov. 2014
cartoon was very good (summer 2013)
to "clean it up". Ha ha ha, just kidding... just because Sticky is a happy go lucky little guy who has no interest in collecting personal information,
doesn't mean that Yahoo Inc. -- the providers of this web space -- and Microsoft Corp., Facebook Corp. and other entities which you may
encounter are not tracking you with cookies and "user profiles" and advanced database tools. What happens when the company goes down
or it gets sold, and you didn't read the fine print... what are your rights then? Before posting personal information on international networks,
you may want to ask your parents, teachers or friends who work in IT for advice and guidance.
See also "When a Company Is Put Up for Sale, in Many Cases, Your Personal Data Is, Too" in the June 29, 2015 edition of the New York Times, p.B1 ... a simple text-only transcript of this article is here.
trees down in a
, at the castle in early May 2018
The bunny rabbit
Best wishes for a safe and happy summer.
At left, a poster we were working on in late September of last year.
Sticky turned 15 on August 25, 2018. He took ill in February of this year (2019)... he was better in May
and early June - the warmer weather did him good but he still had trouble breathing. By the last week of
June he was much better - way fewer breathing episodes. Last updated Sunday June 30th.
In mid-June we reprised some wallpaper with an updated summer calendar.
For obvious reasons we did not attend Woofstock this year, and we stayed away from the parade in
downtown Toronto for the Raptors' NBA Championship finish.
Please take a look at the new "Sticky Forum" pages. This is an experimental installation of an open source
bulletin board software package called "phpBB".
Besides a fall calendar and a new guestbook, some projects we were thinking about included fixing up the
store, and then there is the sod turning for the new "Stickyland" fantasy attractions, featuring computer-
generated dinosaurs in what will be known as the "Jurass-STICK" Park area. Heh heh. No offence to the
2019 NBA champion Toronto Raptors basketball franchise.
As mentioned on the main page, we found out that Yahoo has closed the guestbook feature. We've archived some pages - you can sort of
see a bit of what's going on, on the "guestbook-closed" page.
Summer 2017 - we tried out Google Cardboard... we were late coming to this but in case you're not familiar with the category, it was a sort of
Google demonstration project where people could put their smartphone into a special holder (vaguely similar to View-Master or perhaps it is
like a halfway point between the View-Master and the newer VR headsets.) Most people probaby bought a commercial version of the Google
cardboard but it was possible to make your own (out of cardboard!) if necessary. After you downloaded special pictures and programs to
your phone, you would look at your phone's screen up close through two lenses... this setup let you play games and see various special
content as stereographic imagery.
Lots of people jumped on the "Cardboard" bandwagon, with the result that there are quite a few useless titles in the Play Store; still the "old mine" or "explore the
subterranean caverns" ones were generally pretty good good, and some of the "Moon" and "Mars" and other "outer space" stuff was out of this world. Animated birds
and fish were interesting as well. Generally speaking, the category appeared to be rather poorly documented.
Another company and viewers that we looked at was Kula 3D in Iceland - www.kula3d.com