It’s a footnote, off Jonathan Zittrain’s The Future of the Internet (and how to stop it).
Wild raspberries. The best kind. An uncountable, but sadly not infinite, number thereof.
Yy kaa koo nee #X4: Summer wild card (for which this is actually late).
These large numbers end up being rather problematic.
Yy kaa koo nee #33: 48.
Number 23, hot off today’s electoral candidate list.
Yy kaa koo nee #32: 23.
A decent offer for the second half of 2009.
Yy kaa koo nee #31: 13.
A simple case of forgetting to overwrite the default string.
Yy kaa koo nee #28: 35.
The next car on train on the way back from Tampere yesterday.
An absolutely appropriate detail of an old Högfors stove. Photo taken it the Kiiala manor near Porvoo.
Yy kaa koo nee #26: 29.
This week’s yy kaa koo nee numerical challenge is 26, yet another figure encountered everyday.
My take on the subject is this picture from Ensiferum gig in FME, with twenty-six spotlights visible in the image it ought to be an altogether adequate response.
The film is heavily recommended to all who appreciate quality comedy and a downright brutal exposure to the surreal aspects of the music industry.
(And no, I didn’t clip the logo off the web, this is a closeup image of the dvd booklet’s cover).
The proper yy kaa koo nee challenge for this week is 30.
A number that was not immediately obvious (apart from using a calendar or a book, both of which would have been boring repeats).
This is off the washing tag of a recently bought t-shirt. A shirt, whose designer, Glenn Jones comes heavily recommended – the logos are imaginative and the shirts of sturdy American Apparel descent, so they survive tens of washes.
For the second extra challenge from yy kaa koo nee, the number decreases by one from the previous.
This time the challenge is to locate a surprisingly elusive 99.
I picked mine off a book – a volume of the Carl Barks library to be exact.
For this week’s Yy kaa koo nee challenge of 22 my answer is rather boring – a quick pick from last month’s calendar, centered on the appropriate day.
This week’s Yy kaa koo nee numerical challenge is 50.
In the absence of anything more imaginative, I’m settling for a boring close-up of a fifty euro bill.
For this week’s challenge of 4 in Yy kaa koo nee I’ve chosen a replica of the best poker hand I’ve ever had in a proper live tournament. Too bad the resulting 400+ euros from the “all in”-response were just play money.
For this week’s chosen number of 25 in the weekly numerical Yy kaa koo nee challenge I’ve chosen one of the non-traditional offerings from the neighbourhood’s pizza vendor.
Hauler Special would be OK, if it didn’t carry bell peppers as toppings.
This week’s Yy kaa koo ee numerical photo challenge returns to smaller number with ten.
My take is the first decade of Ilkka Remes – ten mostly decent domestic techno thrillers (Itäveri goes seriously un-recommended, though).
The yy kaa koo nee challenge continues with non-trivial numbers. This week the topic is 32.
My take is this word, off a classic-style Scrabble board.