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Monthly Archive for July, 2005

Wow, that’s a lot of super balls!

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Jets Engaged

Kyle Winkelman has an animated short called SAM (WMV File) about a robot janitor who wants to fly rockets.

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A lot of these Bush jokes are kind of dumb, but a few of them made me laugh out loud, and then they made me cry.

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The O Factor

In The O Factor, Field Maloney asks if Owen Wilson was the key to the Wes Anderson phenomenon. The suggestion is that Anderson is too insular about the worlds he creates without Wilson’s writing collaboration to act as a moderating influence. It makes sense. It seemed like Life Aquatic was a major homage to Buckaroo […]

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Chicken Scratch

Is it possible I’ve been writing with my fingers instead of my hand/arm all this time? Probably. These handwriting tips are interesting, and my handwriting could certainly stand to be improved. If I practice, I might even be able to get up to semi-legible. I just don’t know that I care enough to practice. I’ll […]

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European Geography

Europe has too many damn countries. I only got 27 out of 45 right on this Drag n Drop Map Game. That’s only 60 percent correct with an average error of 217 miles. The sad thing is I probably wouldn’t do much better with the US. All those little states on the East Coast screw […]

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You Let Me Down Mr. Sugar

I got bored with Sugar Crash pretty quickly. And yet, I can’t seem to keep from going back there to play some more. Boy, it’s like real sugar that way. I want to stay away, but I can’t.

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One of these things is not like the other

You know that game where you have 2 photos and you need to figure out how they’re different? Yeah, well Picture Pyramid is a pretty fun implementation of that game.

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I Don’t Understand

Rubber Johnny — Dude, seriously… W! T! F!!!?

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Creating Vector Art From Photos

When Vector Meets Photo — It all looks so easy when you follow along on the web page. I bet in reality, it’s actually a bit more challenging, but still kind of cool.

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