Microsoft has purposefully planted a bug in the popular MMORPG “World of Warcraft”. This seems to affect all Windows-based computers, though the entire span of this bug has yet to be determined. Adept player Kwakmeister reported the bug in Warcraft forums late last night. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2009
Bad logic abounds in the Republican mindset. For a quick example, check out a recent CNN story about New York’s own Rudy Giuliani.
According to Giuliani, our country will lose money if CEOs aren’t allowed large bonuses. Quoted from CNN’s website: Continue reading
I’m taking a few weeks off from the blog to complete Rav and Nash. Don’t worry, posts will resume once the comic strip engine has been completed.
Use this post as an outlet for suggestions! If there’s anything you’d like to see from Rav and Nash, or anything you think comic strips should avoid, post it in the comments.
Atomic Plastic is selling the 2 foot tall “Giant Sof’Boy figurine” on their website. This comes as a surprise to me, as the toy had a limited first run of around 70 pieces in 2007. BoingBoing has a descriptive article of the oddball mini-comic drawn by Archer Prewitt. Continue reading
Daily Dose of Imagery was recently nominated for 2008’s Best Photoblog on the WeBlogAwards (alongside The Big Picture), and I can see why. The artistic quality of the images is far better than what you can usually find perusing the internet. Continue reading
Lifehacker had posted an update to the Enigma Rainmeter theme, so I decided to make an effort to install it on my machine. I had been playing with Samurize, but it didn’t work out as well as I had hoped. My monitor is widescreen flipped at a 90 degree angle, so the available themes don’t work out very well. Continue reading
I’ve been hearing some buzz on the internet about a new web game called “Minotaur China Shop”. The name alone made me want to play the game, sight unseen – and was probably the sole inspiration for the gameplay.
You play a Minotaur on probation, forced to run a china shop. During the duration of the game, you’ll find yourself unable to keep up your facade of domestication, and that’s when the destruction begins. If you think this game sounds fun, it is fun. Continue reading