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(Via Poorly Drawn Lines.) I’ve suffered from Slow Phone for years. Combined with an acute case of Short Blog, going to the bathroom with my phone and / or tablet has become all but unbearable as of late. 😉
Bill Watterson: It’s always better to leave the party early. If I had rolled along with the strip’s popularity and repeated myself for another five, 10 or 20 years, the people now “grieving” for “Calvin and Hobbes” would be wishing … Continue reading
(Via deviantART.) Dude wearing Metallica T-shirt secretly yearns to scream “dahring dahring prease!” along with quartet of teenage anime girls. The Internet strikes again.
(Via Pigs in Maputo.) I’m not Chinese, but I am Geek, and Geeks are just as over-romanticized. Some things people ask because you’re Geek: Do those glasses hurt your nose? You’re a writer—can you do my term paper for me? … Continue reading
Never in the history of mankind has it been so easy to tell someone you don’t know about how much you hate their blog…which you’ve never read. Semi-related runner-up: Never in the history of mankind has it been so easy … Continue reading
Steps 4 – 9 are key, and would go a long way toward making the Internet more like a useful information and communication platform—and less like a high school shit-talking party. You know, a shit-talking party: The hottest (and therefore, … Continue reading
XKCD #893: Number of living humans who have walked on another world.
My last blog post is woefully out-of-date, I know. And this one is little more than a placeholder until I can get that new SuperMegaNet episode posted tonight. I’d planned on posting yesterday, but Director Sean took over my office … Continue reading
Via Gizmodo, this June 4, 2010 edition of Penny Arcade explains in simple, easy-to-understand terms just what’s going on with the BP cleanup effort. In a related post, photos of the spill’s environmental effects are starting to surface: I think … Continue reading
One of those five missing tabs is in my pocket.