Posts Tagged “geek”

Back in the day, when I was a K00L 31337 hax0r, I had a bunch of custom sound settings for my computer (which, also amazingly, have followed me around to my current work laptop!!!). I’m putting these up here for posterity.

Error message:

Recycle bin:

Email:

Log-out:

I’ve made my 1st Android app! It allows me to log in to my favourite online fiction website and download stories to my phone as ebooks. It’s crude and rough around the edges, but I’ve gone from nothing to working in a couple of days. Now I just need to polish it up and add some bells and whistles. 

I should present this one at our next code review. 

Star Trek: The Original Series debuted on Sept. 8, 1966, with the episode “The Man Trap.” The series lasted three seasons but spawned five live-action spinoff series, one animated series, and thirteen movies so far, plus many licensed novels, comic books, games, and more.

To think, without this

We’d never have had Star Trek cosplay porn.

Live long and prosper.

Finally!!! Given that one game gives you between 300-400 coins on average, I have spent waaaaay too much time playing this silly game. 

All of that work for this. A horse head.

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Fifteen ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Enterprise (or HMS Enterprize), the earliest dating from 1705. There have been ten ships from the US navy that have been named USS Enterprise, the earliest of those from 1775. Still, the best remembered crew will is, and shall always be, that of NCC-1701.

Don’t let me near the code.

Seriously.

It’s the cornerstone of binary math!

Brian Kesinger is a story artist at Walt Disney Animation Studios. He’s also an author and illustrator of Walking Your Octopus. Kesinger masterfully blends the Disney world with the steampunk universe and imagines exciting adventures of a very unlikely friendship. The main characters of these wonderful adventures are Victoria and her per octopus, Otto. “Everyone can relate to having a pet,” Kesinger says. “What I wanted to do with Otto and Victoria is to ask the question ‘What if your pet was an octopus?’ As soon as you do that you start to raise humorous scenarios like how hard would it be to housebreak an octopus when they’re inking everywhere.”

He’s also getting a large following for his novel mash-ups of Star Wars, Dr. Who, Calvin & Hobbes and many others