Monday, April 25, 2011

Zombie virus, could it happen!?

(CNN) -- An airborne virus is rapidly turning people into zombies. Two-thirds of humanity has been wiped out. Scientists desperately look for a cure, even as their own brains deteriorate and the disease robs them of what we consider life.
Relax, it's only fiction -- at least, for now. This apocalyptic scenario frames the new novel "The Zombie Autopsies" by Dr. Steven Schlozman, a child psychiatrist who holds positions at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Program in Child Psychiatry.
You might not expect someone with those credentials to take zombies seriously, but it turns out the undead are a great way to explore real-world health issues: why certain nasty diseases can destroy the brain, how global pandemics create chaos and fear, and what should be done about people infected with a highly contagious and incurable lethal illness. CNN talks Zombies

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

I like Aerosmith, but WTF?

I ran across this article about a company placing Aerosmith song titles on underclothing as a barrier to unwanted advances. Dude looks like a lady

Monday, April 11, 2011

OMG! Was this bound to happen?

Rebecca Black possibly suing Ark Music Factory? This seemed like a good thing to some folks, and the flip-side was that it might have been too good to be true. Only time will tell...What will happen?

One console to rule them all?

When Denis Dyack argued in favor of a "One Console Future" during the 2007 Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany, it was the first time many gamers had heard of the term. The public reaction was less than welcoming, with cries of monopoly and stagnant evolution at the forefront of counter-arguments. Nearly four years later, consoles are as divided as ever, but we're seeing some strides that suggest Dyack may have actually been right all along.

The concept of a standardized gaming platform isn't unprecedented. The 3DO was launched in 1993 by industry veteran Trip Hawkins, engineered to become a new console standard. Instead of handling all manufacturing in-house like Nintendo or Sega, other companies could buy a license to make a 3DO. Panasonic-made 3DO consoles were the most common, though we saw models from smaller companies like...Read More

Wednesday, April 6, 2011


I just gently touched the power cord on my hard drive and it "disconnected"...terrible

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Pawn Stars A-Team

A spoof of the show "Pawn Stars" on the history channel and The A-Team.

Chad Vader "sings" Rebecca Black's Friday

Chad Vader wishes it was Friday.

Charlie Sheen One Man Show

It would be nice if this could possibly be webcast to people who could not otherwise see it. It would be an interesting study in delusion and fantasy.
Duh, Winning???

Saturday, April 2, 2011

1960's Ford Concept Vehicles

I had no idea these were being thought of back then...some of them took 30 or 40 years to be implemented though i.e the telescopic steeringwheel base and the GPS.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Friday, Friday, where did you go?

Rebecca Black is looking forward to the weekend in her song Friday, it makes me think of a time when that was that was true; before High School, and ever since then, it has been just another day.

Rebecca Black Fun

Thanks to the team for these videos...
Behind The Music Parody
Saftey Video

It's Friday, Friday, Gotta get down on Friday!