Look What I found

neat stuff i found on my way to the internet

3:59 PM

He's gotta be pulling chicks like crazy...

Posted by goldfixe

With mad singing skills like this, this guy probably never sits in his room alone making videos, playing World of Warcraft or gets sweaty just thinking about talking to girls. Probably. I mean, look at that sweet moustache!

3:54 PM

Little Known Fact...

Posted by goldfixe

This is actually how WWII ended.

7:25 PM

What's the weirdest thing you've eaten?

Posted by goldfixe

This is mine...

It would be awesome if the 4 people who actually read this blog leave a comment in answer to the title question: What's the weirdest thing you've eaten? That way we can all join the
disgusting fun. I know Mike Rogan is doing pretty well already with chocolate
covered scorpions. What else you got?

3:41 PM

The world will never be the same...

Posted by goldfixe

I did it. I found the best beatboxer on the planet. Do not be fooled by his commonplace appearance. Your mind is about to be blown.

In your face, Rahzel!!

2:02 PM

Isn't Photoshop great?

Posted by goldfixe

For those who don't know I am in a degree program that is a mix of graphic arts, web design and printing. I get to learn cool stuff that I really enjoy. This wasn't a school project but I thought I would share it with you. I learned some really cool techniques from a tutorial and turned this photo......

Into this......

I didn't "draw" any of it. It's basically a compilation of 12 different pics or so. Just blended together so it looks relatively seamless.

Cool, huh? Well...at least I think so.

12:37 AM

DTv: is it really that big of a deal?

Posted by goldfixe

Okay, so I'm watching Conan O'Brien tonight and he mentions that today is the big day where all tv goes digital and analog is abandoned. I thought it was bad enough when the local news channels were having a countdown every day. At the end of each news cast they would tell you haw many more days until D(tv)-Day. Honestly, do they think they are going to lose that many viewers? It's like if limburger cheese suddenly disappeared and were never made again. Most people wouldn't care because it's gross and there are other chees

es and the people who like limburger are few in number and stupid. That's the best analogy I could come up with. The limburger obviously represents analog tv and shows how small of a loss it is, for those who couldn't quite follow (if you got lost you most likely have an analog tv set). I'm quite confident in saying that those left in the digital dust with old analog sets are more than likely over the age of 75 and, lets face it, probably don't remember what they had for breakfast let alone remember to go buy a new-fangled converter box that one of their great-grandchildren will have to install for them. Don't get me wrong, I like old people just fine (some of them, anyways). But this demographic is less likely to have a new Samsung LCD in their living room. Instead, I envision a tv encased in wood, you know the kind. The kind where you have to get up and turn a dial to change the channel. Classic.

If you are currently unsure if you have successfully made the switch from analog to digital, I've included and easy to read flowchart from a favorite website of mine.

...man, I hope they don't make stickers out of Swine Flu. Otherwise, I'm screwed.