Coffee with Alana Taylor
Today, I was fortunate enough to meet Miss Alana Taylor (a fellow Geekette) whom wanted to interview me along with other ladies in technology on what it is like to be a Web 2.0 woman. She picked a great subject to write about that ultimately led to me making up an insanely useful (ok- useless) term ‘poo-pooing’ (check out Alana’s post below, for an explanation). I can’t begin to explain how...
This is my last demented post from the lovely people at Instructables.com, if anyone is interested in a Bratz Cutting Board this is for you.
For all those into mouse taxidermy and the codependent saps that want to take that operation to a new and exciting level (eek!), Instructables’s Mouse Mouse project is for you. Basically it combines nature (taking a sweet innocent mouse) with technology (taking a computer mouse) and joining them together as in a mouse inside a mouse, just in case you were looking for some extra office...
Instructables.com has finally found a solution to all those (like me) who stump themselves for hours on end trying to tame that darn Rubik’s cube. Instead of pulling your hair out in frustration from the original Rubik’s cube, try this Magnetic Rubik’s Dice Cube as a confidence-boosting alternative.
Last week at the Web 2.0 Expo I found myself at the Instructables.com booth bothering these brilliant DIY experts about their most popular projects. This video explains what exactly LED throwies are and how these tiny LED light-bulbs are used as a form of graffiti.
Do all people have tattoos secretly or did all the tattooed people come to Vegas...– Julia ponders the pool attendee’s body art at the Hard Rock
juliaallison: I believe there’s a quote out there from me, roaming around the internet, where I say (roughly) that A) Twitter is ridiculous and B) insinuate that I’m better than Twitter (I believe the exact phrasing was something along the lines of “I do not have a Twitter. I do not have a fucking Twitter!!”) Well, I have a “fucking Twitter” now. And guess what? I was wrong. Which just goes...
Here is my favorite interview with ‘Manties’ and the man who sports them. James Jacobs the author of True Confessions of a Fanboy illustrates his life as a die hard Fanboy. Take a look at the video and website for more information on this somewhat odd and endearing way of existence.
NightSeeker’s comic cover artist explains which software he likes to use.
Just in case you missed last weekend’s Comic Con in NYC, I bring it to you (in an untimely massively late fashion). My editing leaves me feeling more than annoyed, so I am posting this in hopes you chalk it up to yet another crazy video made by MA.
Internet’s reach exceeds TV’s from 7am to 8pm– Erin Hunter, comScore, Inc.