These squirrels look so badass that I just had to share this with you.
See more Kungfu Squirrels photos at Mail Online.
Man, they are so crunk.
(Image from Backseat Sushi)
Finally watched WALL-E with Nora yesterday. I thought it was going to be just another cutesy Disney animated feature, but as it turned out, there’s more to that clumsy little bucket of bolts than I ever imagined.
I particularly liked the attention-to-fucking-awesome-detail, the space dance scene; I thought that was quite cute, and of course, that short art history lesson that accompanied the end credits. Great stuff. Thank you, Pixar.
I had a wonderful time.
Filed under Cool, Films, Life
Seriously, it rocks.
Lately, I’ve been using it to sketch out site maps the size of Wisconsin. OK, well, maybe not the size of Wisconsin, which is 65,498 square miles, by the way. But hey, you get the idea.
You don’t even have to be an IA to love this stuff; if you spend hours every day drawing flowcharts or mapping out processes or even if you’re just looking for a brainstorming tool, this is it. I’ve ranted about stuff like Freemind and WriteMaps before, but this stuff is just so much more incredibly on point. Just try it out.
When someecards and Busted Tees get together, you know it’s gonna be good.
I was browsing A List Apart’s store and it occurred to me that their XHTML Fist tee has five knuckles.
No offense to Marilyn Monroe or folks with extra digits, but what is the meaning of this?
There must be some cool explanation behind it that I’m not getting.
By the way, all of the tees are sold out, except for Redesign/Realign.
Since I was planning on geeking out my wardrobe anyway, I went over to Agency Fusion’s Make My Logo Bigger Cream shop. They still stock those cool trucker caps, mugs and ohwhythehellnot, boxer shorts.
Maybe I’ll get a trucker cap.
(Image from Wired)
No, that’s not a picture of my bedroom.
It’s an image from Wired Magazine‘s preview of the upcoming Lucas Arts videogame, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.
Fuck. I need a PS3/Xbox360/Wii now.