Emo On The News

Not only are kids using “dangerous” leet speak these days, but they are also quite emotional, which can also be very dangerous according to this hilarious news report.

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QR Codes

A QR Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994. The “QR” is derived from “Quick Response”, as the creator intended the code to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed. QR Codes are most common in Japan, and are currently the most popular type […]


Conan and Jim Carrey Talk Quantum Physics

And who said that TV makes you dumb? :-P


What Teachers Make

I couldn’t have done this wonderful clip any more justice, so I’m simply stealing Digg-submitter foxymcfox‘ description.
Taylor Mali performs “What Teachers Make,” one of the most powerful, inspirational poems ever written, at a slam poetry competition. This poem will give you chills.
It certainly did.


The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya DVD Details

Yesterday the ASOS Brigade had big news for fans of the anime. I must admit that it sounds a bit expensive, but when you think about all the delicious extras that comes with it, then there’s no doubt in my mind, I need all the special editions.
Below is the important stuff. I can’t […]

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Digg Wordpress Dashboard

A guy called Teddy Hwang was heavily inspired (well, it’s not like he was hiding this fact anyway) by Digg when he redesigned the standard Wordpress dashboard. This is what he came up with.

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Pretty cool, but it doesn’t look like it’s available for download anywhere and his blog seems to […]

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Favicon Finally!

I know it doesn’t seem like much, but I’ve been having trouble getting my favicon to show and now it finally does! Well it should anyway. And here it is.

Also, just for fun I went to favicon2dots to see how it would look in 3d.

Oh, and I also have a new header up. Again, […]

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Design Related

I know I just talked about an interesting social website yesterday, more specifically Virb, but I must say that Design Related deserves a mention as well.
So what is it?
On their website they say that it’s “a site that focuses around social-networking, portfolios, creativity, and more for designers from every discipline“. So whereas Virb is […]



Ishikawa means “Stone River” in Japanese, and the below picture is just a little something I whipped together for an imaginary product out of boredom. But hey, I had fun! Besides, I need something for that portfolio of mine.

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The Millau Bridge

The Millau bridge over the River Tarn in the Massif Central mountains is more than 300m (984ft) high - taller even than the Eiffel Tower. With its concrete and steel pillars soaring high above the morning fog in the Tarn Valley, the construction makes a spectacular sight.
Here’s some wonderful pictures from the construction of […]

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