Saturday, July 14, 2007

July points update

The month is only half over, but there has been much activity on the July points table. After Matt Moffitt established a strong early lead, first Andrew, then Jonathan have drawn near. The latter has just slipped ahead. But it's still wide open with hundreds of points available. Remember, there are points for picking this month's winner. Apologies to those who consider this a frivolous distraction from the rest of my blog. Apologies to those who consider the rest of my blog a frivolous distraction from this.
Ten points for the best suggested title of this work.

9 comments:

Honoria said...

Tofu Plug

Anthony said...

Surely this has to be 'Power Brick', the magical box that sits between a power outlet and any piece of complex electronics...

John P. said...

Mysterium Tremendum et Fascinosum...

or, Untitled.

Jonathan said...

Sinking the Plug.

The distracting part is that fact that you don't tell us the answers to the intriguing unanswered questions, just so that someone still has the chance to get the points? Not that I can talk!

Drew said...

No, you've got it all wrong. It's an ancient product from Apple - the iStone.

Drew said...

If you lift it up, you'll find a squashed pair of headphones.

Anonymous said...

"Electric Excalibur"

- JRS

byron said...

I think Drew comes in at #1 and #2 on this one - I love the iStone! So much more portable than your regular LD (lithic disc).* Thus, ten points for iStone and another four for headphones. I'll also give three to honoria, anthony, john p., Jonathan and JRS. As always, there could still be extra points for late entries. I can't remember what the actual title of this work was, but it was found in a temporary exhibition called 'Almost Nothing' at the Hamburger Bahnhof gallery in Berlin.

*Think stone circle.

drew said...

Woohoo - thanks!