Undercity.org is a celebration of New York City and all cities. A city is a pulsing and active organism, full of life; like life, a city is complex with many layers and many hidden meanings. Like a living being, a city does not willingly reveal its complexity and secrets to any random stranger. In order to find these secrets and understand them, you must be intimate with the city, dedicated, open to exploration, and courageous.
One of the better Yahoo Sites of the Day I’ve seen in a while.
The Dynamic Duo is back for round two of the American Express ads. Head over to The Adventures of Seinfeld & Superman and click on the “Hindsight” canister on the foreground table.
(If you haven’t seen it, check out “Uniform” before you watch “Hindsight”, as the first is referenced a few times in the second.)
Oh, Yes, Wyoming!
Wow. Don’t know where this one came from. Before today, I’d never heard of Delgo, but after checking the pics, trailer and staff pages, I’m more than a little intrested. A new CGI with names such as Val Kilmer, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Eric Idle, Kelly Ripa, Michael Clarke Duncan, Burt Reynolds, Malcolm McDowell, and Freddie Prinze Jr, Delgo sounds like it could be right up my alley. Nothing like a little home grown company coming out of nowhere and showing the big boys how it’s done.
I’ve always had a big soft spot for the large orange and black tiger, but I never realized that Garfield raked in so much cash. Check out this article on Slate to see what creator Jim Davis had in mind when he started and how his plan is bringing in around $1 Billion a year!
The Orac3 is a fine example of case modding. Shiny, liquid cooled, and clear to boot. It just amazes me the amount of work that went into this beast.
Whenever I’m visiting my parents and get a chance, I always like to read through the newspaper and check out the latest going’s on with the local police and sheriff departments. Once in a while you get a good one, but the Arcata Police have them beat.
Well, as you can tell, I’ve made the jump from b2Evo to WordPress. I had been wanting to make the jump for a little while, but didn’t have any way to get my posts across from one to the other. Thanks to some help from the great Fahim, who was kind enough to make a converter, here I am 🙂
I have some cleaning up to do, but hopefully now that I’m where I want to be with blogging software, I’ll hopefully be a little more apt to post. Guess only time will tell…
If you can figure out that the game requires you to shoot you opponent on the other side of the wall, by pulling back from a point and selecting the power and angle of your shot, Bow Man is a nice time waster.