I tried to do something. Let’s see if I can keep doing it.
idea for classroom icebreaker: let wild squirrel loose
pretty sure Gilderoy Lockhart tried that with Cornish Pixies.
And the three kids left standing went on to defeat the Dark Lord. Successful bonding method? I think so.
so seven years of verbal harassment in the classroom later he found out snape wanted to fuck his mom and now he is the bravest man he ever knew wow. wow. beautiful
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Casually rocking out to Sonic Adventure music at work
Damn it, why did they have to make this so hard?!
yellow or black
grey so i could make and use an iron man suit
Blue because I could finally visit my internet friends.
orange, so i could actually be good at something
Orange because my fear of making mistakes keeps me from doing a lot of things.
Grey. I program. Programming is making machines do what I want. I tell machine to make program to do thing. Machine do thing. I make most amazing apps. I become rich and powerful. The power goes to my head. I become Magneto. I wage war against the normal people as they repress me and my mutant brethren. I fake my death. I come back as Tony Stark. I make more money. I make a press conference. I make announcement that I am Iron Man. The reporters ask if I am telling the truth. I say no. I say I am Magneto and begin my crusade again. I make Half Life 3. I die a peaceful old death at the age of 89.
I think it is time to go to bed.
This is great rare Steve jobs interview. He explains how he started Apple and the good and bad decisions he made.
One particularly good highlight is when he talks about the obsession creative companies have with process as opposed to content, and how this reduces the amount creativity in group.
I just watched (half) of this (I’ll get to the other half tomorrow). I know a lot of people think this man was evil, or just a selfish asshole, but what he did wasn’t for the money, it was for the product. He made the best products he could because they were the products he wanted. This interview took place after he was kicked out of Apple and began NeXT. He was not sure about whether or not he would return to Apple (I think it was only a few months later that he did) so he speaks openly about the company and it is great.
I enjoyed the part where he talks about his trip to Xerox and the 3 things he was shown: Object Oriented Programming (this is huge), networked computers (so big), and graphical user interfaces (GUIs, which is probably the biggest). He says that he only really saw GUIs. He was a man of design, and design is important when it comes to computing. I deal with all three concepts on a daily basis at work. It’s just crazy to think how much this one man affected my life. Seriously, I probably wouldn’t be as into computers without him.
I love how none of The Avengers was filmed in NYC. They just used green screens and a 360 panorama dome of digital magic to do all the shots. It’s so impressive.
thievesdrinkscotch asked: Is this really Neil Gaiman?
I do not know. Some days I’m pretty sure it is. Other days I just wonder who any of us really are.
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