Monthly Archives: June 2009

Pac-Man Joins Twitter

Hehe, nice! [Via: Laughing Squid]

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Best Theme for your Nokia

If you’re in the mood to give your phone a breath of fresh air, or you’d just like a change of phone-scenery for a bit, be sure to check out the Touch Zen theme. You can download it free for your S60 device (3rd edition, E Series and 5th edition). Personally I prefer the “Seven” Icon set. It sure is pretty, although the image above doesn’t do it much justice. [Via: ICantRemember]

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Seether Careless Whisper Video

Rock band Seether usually do a pretty good job with the creativity in their music videos, and this brand new Commodore-64 inspired video has that same cleverness to it, but I get the awkward feeling this music video is meant for a very different song. It feels quite contrived and the two just don’t quite gel together. Either way, have a look and make up your own mind. [Via: RollingStone.com]

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FIFA World Cup Durban Site Cookie Fail

FIFA World Cup Durban Site Cookie Fail

Apparently the 2010 Durban FIFA World Cup site cost 6.5 million bucks to develop. Yeah. R6.5 million. R 6 500 000. I’m making that a tax deduction on my IRP5 next year. I asked for more details, but only time will tell if they release that info. Anyway, according to their Privacy Policy the site does not use cookies. Firefox has something else to say about that. It doesn’t really matter, but it adds to …

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Awesome Free Music on NPR Podcasts

Image via Wikipedia My latest musical discovery, which I’m quite happy to brag about, is the “NPR: Live Concerts from All Songs Considered Podcast“, from which I’m hurriedly downloading a couple episodes as fast as possible. I’m a real sucker for live performances and getting a true indication of an artist’s ability, which is why this is so awesome. There’s a lot of great free stuff in this and a couple of NPR’s other podcasts …

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