300 million pellets eaten 3.3 million ghosts eaten 13,000 mazes all linked together. An Australian agency called Soap Creative has assembled the largest time-suck you’ll encounter at work. Using HTML5, the company has devised a massive game of Pac-Man. Visitors to the site can create their own Pac-Man mazes to add to the chaos. The […]
“Cisco kills Flip Camcorder.” I read that headline Tuesday and wondered who forgot April Fool’s Day was long over.
Of course the biggest news for Microsoft on the mobile front is Angry Birds is finally coming to the operating system.
Just in time for me to dust of Final Cut Express and get familiar with it again, Apple announces at the National Association of Broadcasters trade show a new version of Final Cut Pro where it promises to revamp the interface. Part of me is hoping for a more user-friendly experience, but part of me would […]
A Star Wars fan is trying to get support to build a full-size, fully-functioning AT-AT in Oklahoma City. I loved the idea of a Robocop statue for Detroit, but I love this even more. I worry though that once Oklahoma gets the AT-AT, it will roll through football rivals Texas and Nebraska, leaving Kansas as […]
Hulu is the ad king of March. Naw really? You mean the company who charges a monthly fee to watch most of its library and still crams ads into it is getting the most eyeballs on its ads? I’ll still stick with Netflix.
I spend so much time banning random Facebook applications from my news feed that I forget how many there are. I’m not kidding. This is my current block list: There/Their/They’re Test, (Lil) Green Patch, Fish Isle, Café World, FarmVille, My Christmas Tree, Fish Life, Birthday Cards, Kidnap!, iHearts, Happy Pets, Holiday Drinks, Hallmark Social Calendar, […]
As could have been predicted, I won’t be getting a PlayStation 3 for $40. Per an e-mail from Amazon I just received: We are contacting you regarding your order #002-0251899-0886633 from the Target store at Amazon.com. We recently became aware of mismatched price and product information which resulted in the discontinued Sony PS3 Hardware System […]
I read the results of a reader survey for the Appeal-Democrat last week and noticed a few people pointed out our need for more proofreaders because of typos, etc. I can safely say the Appeal-Democrat hasn’t screwed up as badly as Target did Sunday. On both its website and its store on Amazon.com, Target listed […]