The Bungie team is making headway on their project to create Halo, the movie. To make an awesome start, they got Peter Jackson to direct produce the film. They also have WETA doing their digital work and weapons/armor. I’m thrilled that they’ve made such great moves towards the success of this film. Because I know… Continue reading In Gaming News
Really old people celebrating a really long time together get diamonds, if I’m not mistaken. There’s some contest between the traditional and modern gift order, but I’m guessing they’re both on par there. The 60th year anniversary gift is a diamond. I noticed that the traditional goes by a more economic scale. After 15 years,… Continue reading 9 Years Down, 51 to Go
The Konfabulator tool was recommended to me by a coworker recently. He noticed that I used the Desktop Sidebar, a Longhorn-looking (Windows Vista) desktop component. To be honest, I was speculative of the Konfabulator’s ability to replace the Desktop Sidebar, both by its name and the source of information (he’s not a Windows guy, so… Continue reading Konfabulator – Yahoo! Widgets
This is most digusting, vile Flash toy I’ve ever seen. I love it. Thank you, ze.
“It was time for the white. Wine tasters refer to a wine’s aroma as its ‘nose.’ This wine’s nose was a rectum.” Amy turned me onto thesneeze.com this evening. This site it so perfectly a match for my humor. I quickly browsed the site’s ‘toys’ with my wife with great delight. I’ve now read a… Continue reading The Sneeze – Half zine. Half blog. Half not good with fractions.
Balthazar and I headed out this morning at about 6:30am for Pensacola Beach. Against all odds, we’re finally on our way to this “vacation.” As mentioned in a recent post, we’ve had a string of bad luck lately. Yes, I did finally get my car and things seemed as though they might be on the… Continue reading Break Camp
My friend, Jason D., sent me a chain-letter to fill out and send to a million people for good luck or something. I am against such things, but I like Jason and wish to at least better his luck. Instead of emailing everyone with my MadLib biography, I chose to post it here on my… Continue reading MadLib Biographies
I do this periodically just in case my car should fail miserably one day, which it should any day. I currently have a 1994 Pontiac Bonneville with 196k miles on it. That’s pretty good for an American car, even if it is a luxury sedan. I’m really excited by the Mazda3, 5-door. On the same… Continue reading Car Shopping…Again
The party last night at Dan’s was fun. He had a good measure of food, which is always good for me. I spent much of the time grazing, though I was able to communicate rudimentarily between bites. Most of the people there were from Dan’s group of employees, though Ed, I, and Ron were not.… Continue reading Chicken Launcher
I hadn’t paid much attention to Flickr.com to be honest, though I do use it when I think about it. It’s actually an awesome little service with great functionality. Part of me is insanely jealous at the ingenuity behind it. I poked around a bit this evening and discovered the “Groups” features. It’s a lot… Continue reading Flickr Groups