Category Archives: Humor

Ha Ha! Old Pictures on the Internet!

If you, like myself, are a member of that select group of internet riff-raff with their fingers on the pulse of the web’s juvenile yet creative dark corners (4chan, Fark, SomethingAwful), you’ll no doubt be familiar with this image.

Simply, for lack of a better word, classic.
My best friend Rupert Scammell, while browsing through some old [...]

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Through the Wash

A few months ago, my buddy Chris and I were “shootin’ the shit,” as one is want to do, and he mentioned that he just found a jump-drive that he had accidentally sent through the washing machine. Unsurprisingly for those of us who know their way around electronic circuits, after drying the thing out, it [...]

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Behind the LOLcat: Schrodinger’s LOLcat

A few days ago, I was listening to a podcast lecture on the basics of quantum cryptography when I got into a discussion about the nitty-gritty of the subject with my friend Justin.

dantekgeek: exponential on a regular computer, but reasonable time on a quantum computer, right?
justinwick: Right right
justinwick: assuming ur in ur quantum computerz, giving [...]

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Tiny Pies

Brilliant new ad for the Samsung Ultra series of mobile phones. To quote the ever witty Phil Torrone,
We’re never going to solve the bees all dying off if we keep throwing tiny pies at them…
[via Make]

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#Joiito and The Vagina Game

#Joiito on is a pretty close-knit community, and as with any group of people who spend a great deal of time with each other, much of that time is spent joking around.
This evening, Nick Douglas introduced us all to The Vagina Game, in which one replaces words in film titles with the word [...]

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Paula Scher Blog Map

Follwing the pickup of the Kathy Sierra saga in the mainstream media, rockstar graphic designer and Pentagram New York principal Paula Scher penned a visual Op-Ed piece for the New York Times showing the progression of discussion which follows a controversial blog post.

Larger version here.

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Airbag Blog Advisory System

In these troubled times, it’s important for internet users to have an easy way to determine whether the content on a given site is age/sensibility appropriate. In the past, one would be forced to actually read things to determine their content, but no longer will unsuspecting pussies be placed in this vulnerable position. Introducing the [...]

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In September of 2001, popular rock act Nickelback released “How You Remind Me,” which quickly climbed the Billboard charts to the #1 position, staying there for over four weeks.
Two years later, in August 2003, the band released “Someday,” which although not as successful as their first hit, still reached a respectable #7 on the [...]

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