Monday, July 31, 2006

World's Most Photorealistic Vector Art 

Here is the world's most realistic vector art.

Friday, July 28, 2006

Games Based on Licenses Don't Sell 

This is but one man's analysis based on information found in Wikis, but he bluntly says that game publishers that use licenses are retards!. His nifty pie charts seem to bear this out.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

World Trade Center, September 13, 2001 

Here are the only close-up photos of the World Trade Center, September 13, 2001.

Sneak Peek At The Simpsons Movie 

At the San Diego Comicon, there was a sneak peek at the Simpsons Movie.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Gates spoof on Letterman 

Here's Letterman's spoof on Bill Gate's retirement.

Nintendo DS Browser Real World Test 

Here's a demo of the Nintendo DS Browser that is selling in japan currently.

Monopoly replaces cash with Visa debit card 

Monopoly has its cash with Visa debit card to do your financial transactions.

Monday, July 24, 2006

Sword Vs Bullet 

Here's an impressive video of a Samurai Sword Vs a bullet. Guess who wins?

Monday, July 17, 2006

one red paperclip Guy 

Well, it's done. The guy with a mission to continually trade his one red paper clip for a house has finally done it.

How To Adjust Your Car Mirrors 

Think you know how to adjust your car mirrors? Think again. Here's how to properly adjust your car mirrors.

McD's New Ad 

McDonalds is launching a new breakfast campaign. Pretty ingenious, if you ask me.

Iron Clad Release Date 

Marvel comics Iron Man gets a release date of 2008 for the movie.

Spider-Man 3 

The Spider-Man 3 Trailer is out. Looks AWESOME!

Strange statues around the world 

A collection of Strange statues around the world.

DS Lite Is Crackin' Up! 

Apparently, there are some quality issues with the new DS Lite. They are cracking at the hinges without any signs of abuse.

Monday, July 10, 2006

Talking iPods 

Around 2000 or 2001 I bought my first MP3 player, and it was while trying to use it at night while driving that I came up with the obvious idea that each button should SAY what it is, rather than make me fumble and HOPE I'm clicking the right thing. I really thought it was a no-brainer considering the device is already built for playing back recordings. Only a tiny fraction of the memory would have been required for a few compressed word recordings like "stop", "play", "select [option]", etc...

I really thought this was a no-brainer that manufacturers would eventually come up with. I really didn't think it would take 5 years though! At least Apple has taken the same idea and run with it, including full song title text-to-speech.

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