Monthly Archives: November 2006

What if there really was home theatre licensing?

This article is a joke, but the given the state of things in the U.S., I could see it actually happening in a few years. I’m surprised it hasn’t happened in Canada already. North Americans may scoff, but in most … Continue reading

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WoW Marriage

Ok. How cute is this? I actually know people who first met in a MMOG. They’re not together anymore, unfortunately. Meatspace didn’t live up to all the hype it would seem. But this isn’t to say that it can’t or … Continue reading

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My John Wayne Moment

Anyone who knows me knows I’m a lover, not a fighter. My usual solution to fighting is to run away, though on the odd occasion I’ve been known to take a swing. But I’ve always been scared pissless while doing … Continue reading

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Learning more about MMOGs

The chart below represents market share in the Massively Multiplayer Online Gaming industry. Guess which slice is World of Warcraft? I found it and many others at a website called mmogchart.org, a serious effort to track MMOG statistics. This is … Continue reading

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The Mozilla Brand, and Why It's Not Wrong

I’ve been mulling over the whole IceWeasel thing for a few weeks now. I’m not going to waste your time by going into detail about why using the word “weasel” to sell a web browser is dumb, or why the … Continue reading

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The Devil's Own

An *ahem* anonymous reader sent this image to me of a modified Windows XP installer clearly intended for in shop use only. Ah, if only Windows normally looked like this. I might look forward to the some dozen installs of … Continue reading

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You might be bacon

As the post says, this is a little distressing. Read the comments too. Hilarious!

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