Yet another quizilla
quiz but how could I resist when the challenge was "Which Homestar Runner character are you?
". And which was I, I hear you ask. Strong Bad's sidekick The Cheat
of course. I feel very Cheat-esque now.
When I have more time on my hands I'll be watching the huge Broken Saints
animated series which looks beautiful.
Man aims, and suceeds, to shower with 100 women in a year. I know what you are thinking. Not "why didn't I think of that", but "he must be very clean". I did recently complete my own mini project which I'll write up for the site soon, hopefully as a mini-meme. Unfortunately mine didn't involve women or nudity. Doh!
David J. Bradley is the man who gave the world "ctrl-alt-delete".
You can win at Pac-Man if you know the game's patterns which can then help you make friends and influence people. It's then a short step to taking over the planet and your dreams of world domination will be within your grasp. This handy guide shows you the Pac-Man patterns
to start you off. The rest is down to you.
In my short but very enjoyable ownership of a Dreamcast
a few years back my favourite game was the surreal Shenmue
. It provided me with my favourite gaming moment ever - standing waiting for a bus for five minutes. You really start to question what your doing once you've been stood at a simulated bus stop for a while.
Anyway Mega 64 have gone one better and re-enacted the game in real life. The simulated becomes simulee - or something. My only regret is they don't do the bus waiting but all the bizarre interegative conversations are there including the mildly worrying "do you know where I can find some sailors?". Superb - although the people asked don't sound nearly as worried as I would be [NB. A knowledge of Shenmue is really required to apprecate this 25Mb download].
The origin of some everyday techie names, from Adobe to Yahoo!
"Bracknell boasts the largest range of shops and services east of Reading and west of Slough".
A photographic trip
around San Francisco
comparing today's street scenes with those captured 45 years ago in the classic Hitchcock film Vertigo