Monday, October 29, 2007

I got my pitcher in the paper!

Woo-hoo! I'm famous!

Sunday, October 28, 2007

3 more days til Halloween. Halloween, Halloween...

New I Am Legend Trailer.
Incredibly violent, silly, alien invasion video game (you're the alien).
Speaking of Alien Invasion video games, you can now download the original X-Com for free.
Freaky Ghost pictures.
If you have some free time, you can watch Nosferatu (the entire 1922 movie) on Youtube.
The Life and Death of a Pumpkin.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Berenger Says I'm Slacking.

It's been a while. So I have bunches of stuff. Or as my relatives in West Virignia might say, Oodles. Oodles of stuff.

So, let's get to it.

(Also, a random format and color change. Woo-hoo! That's what makes Blogs more popular, right?)

Let's start with the LED Coffeetable. There's really no point to it, I just thought it was neat.
If you'd like a little more interactivity with your tables, you might want to program a robot to play you in air hockey. (See how I kept the table theme going there? That won't last.)
Korean fans know how to put together a cheer.
Seriously high-end shoes. Probably expensive. (And the fact that I couldn't find a price on their webpage just screams: "If you need to know you can't afford it.")
Time saving tips from Sprint. (I tried the potato one and it sort of works. I also tried the tying headphones in a knot one and it sort of also works. These are like "Sort of time saving" tips.)
Green Bay Packers Yearbooks. From 1960 - 1967. I love these things, mostly because the Ads are so weird.
Oh, for the love of Pete, this appears to be a real thing.

Portal. Not that Portal. Just based on it.
Factory Balls. Kind of neat.
Frustrating Cat Game #1: Archery-Golf.
Frustrating Cat Game #2: Pole-Vault.
Frustrating Cat Game #3: Trap the kitty. (I liked this one a lot more than the other 2, and it's not made by the same people, so it's not really as frustrating.)
Thule Trail. Kind of like the old school Oregon Trail.
Spot the 5 Differences. Some of the things actually change when you replay it.

Peter Jackson made a short film about World War I. Here's the trailer.
Here's the end of a movie called Dam Busters, which George Lucas might have seen. In fact, someone dubbed the end of Star Wars over it, and...well...check it out. Oh, and for no apparent reason, they seem to be remaking Dambusters.
In case you haven't been paying attention, there's more Star Trek casting going on. Slashfilm put together a great photo set for the new guys.