Saturday, December 26, 2009

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Daily Scribbles: Holiday Hijinks

 So today, we decorated the tree and the house, I traded gifts with a couple of friends, and I accidentally wiped my laptop's hard drive. All in all, a pretty good day, I suppose.

Happy Holidays, everyone. :D

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Hell of a Deal: Steam's Epic Christmas Sale

If you've been following the Twitter account, you'll know Steam's holding a huge sale on just about its whole inventory. I actually mentioned it last year, where I purchased several great games. Once again, they're holding their sale, and you owe it to yourself to buy something from there, or at least for your friends. Mirror's Edge for $4.99, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. for $2 (both for today, at least), The Unreal Deal Pack for $11, and even Champions Online for about $10 if you wanted to start playing (hint, hint, viewers). Oh, and Peggle is included in the sales, a perfect game for non-gamers or the casual type.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Video of the Week: 5-Year Old Owning DDR

I don't know how the Japanese do it. Seriously, it's like being able to play video games expertly is built into their DNA code. Why can't I play like that?

Friday, December 18, 2009

Daily Scribbles: Twas the Week before Christmas...

Finals are over, and I'm heading back to Baltimore...just as soon as my friend gets here. Friday Holiday Rush Hour DC Traffic...Holy Hell...

Anyway, Christmas comes in one week! YAY! Time to buy presents for everyone! BOO! Time to get presents! YAY! What is everyone wishing for Christmas this year?

Saturday, December 05, 2009

Video of the Week: GEESE!

...I absolutely love this video. Came out of nowhere thanks to a random tweet I made and a friend catching it on Facebook.

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Custom Content: Ringtone - SINISTAR!






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Tuesday, December 01, 2009

New Tech: Traffic Lights w/ Progress Bars

Spotted on

It's a real shame, but I've yet to get my driver's license. I keep putting it off and I can't get practice. Eventually...
I'd like for these to be on the road when I get on the road. They're called Eko Lights, traffic lights with a progress bar surrounding the red stop light, telling drivers when the light will change. You can actually prep your car for a long light wait for once, improving gas mileage, reducing emissions, and supposedly reducing stress from said long light as a result. Though I suppose stoplight dragsters would love these, and a comment made on the page does make a good point:
Drivers may prepare to take off at great speed by anticipating the green and hit unwary pedestrians chancing a "no walk" sign.
Then again, if you're actually driving right, this shouldn't be a problem, as well as if you're obeying the "look both ways" rule as a pedestrian. There's more info on the Eko Light from their designers at (who have several other nice product designs, if you browse a bit).