8/14/2007

Putting molecules on lolcats

Check out Kutti's screencast on playing with chemdraw structures with Photoshop. With his easy instructions, how to turn a regular, boring old lolcat picture into an exciting one with a glowing molecule, like I did here:



I can has cruciform? LOLZ!!!11oneone11!1!11eleven


(real post coming tomorrow...)

11 comments:

Kutti said...

LOL!!! This picture is awesome! I am so glad that you enjoyed my screencast!

Pinky said...

Funny picture! But how did you get your cat in the washing machine (voluntarily)?

milkshake said...

It is not a washing mashine, it is a laundry dryer. Kittens might enjoy the warm tumble with lots of fluffy towels

Excimer said...

lol, not my cats. But my cat loves snuggling up to warm towels form the dryer.

Uncle Al said...

Had you employed an adamantane core you would have had a tetrahedral tecton. Alternating 3-D Lewis acid tecton homologation. Hydrogen storage, cell growth scaffold, quantum dot fabrication, qubit isolation, instant large number factorization... You could have been Puissant Ineluctable Terrestrial Overlord (one infinite void notch below F. Dean Toste).

Ashutosh said...

Whenever I hear about Schrodinger's cat, I reach for my gun- Stephen Hawking

It seems you reach for your dryer.

Liquidcarbon said...

Chemdro:
dro pikchez n shit, yo!

cow_2001 said...

I searched wikipedia and it says Bu is a fictional element in the Star Trek franchise. Did you really mean that or is it some weird moiety?

Excimer said...

Bu is shorthand for "butyl". Common organic shorthand.

cow_2001 said...

Right, there's also no element called Ph but there's phenyl... I'm updating the wikipedia page [[Bu]].

Hap said...

The cats are cute. My cat #1 doesn't do anything with people food except see if it rolls, play with it if it does, and ignore it if it doesn't. Cat #2 will nibble at it (if we let her), but usually she's more interested if we're eating it. They don't get to play around the dryer, though cat #1 likes clothes baskets or hampers (filled or unfilled).