May 2006 Archives

Enigma

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I haven't posted anything for a long time, and rather than be expelled from mukluk, I thought I'd explain why I haven't posted. I've been playing an online game called Enigma, which is series of puzzles, riddles, and codes that you have to solve in order to move from one level to another. I quite like it, even though there are a couple of levels that don't work for people with Macs.

A Wii stampede

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Wow, I think the people have decided. Watch as the morning crowd at the E3 convention races past the Sony Playstation 3 booth to get a chance at those delicious new Nintendo Wii games. Wii is a pretty silly name, but apparently its the games that matter, and they look like fun:
Duck Hunt
Mario Galaxy
Smash Bros.
Legend of Zelda

Corn Processors

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Corn Processors
Originally uploaded by Dano.

"We do what your intestines can't."

Dan: Extreme Rock Climber

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Dan: Extreme Rock Climber
Originally uploaded by kidcontinuity.

Russ captured this exciting action shot this afternoon. (My arms are still a little sore from holding this pose.)

Nevaeh ot yawriats

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Stairway to Heaven backwards:
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Stairway to Heaven "forwards":
[link broken]

[Sigh. The danger of linking to YouTube videos is that they sometimes turn out to be copyright infringing, and get taken down. This was a pretty cool video of a guy singing Stairway to Heaven backwards, played in reverse so that it sounded weird. It was pretty cool.]

Adam Hughes

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See comic artist Adam Hughes draw a sketch of Supergirl: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, and part 5. The guy erases in disgust better lines than I could ever hope to draw. (You may remember him from such album covers as Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Once More With Feeling.)

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