Tuesday: December 18, 2012
- TIME pulls the curtain back on short list for 2012 Person of the Year.
All eight candidates appeared on TIME’s online reader poll, but none took first place. TIME’s online voters have already revealed their choice for this year’s top newsmaker: Kim Jong Un. More than 5.6 million people voted for the supreme leader of North Korea, although his results and those of other high scorers got a boost from members of Internet forums like 4Chan.
Tuesday: May 18, 2010
- Square Enix did quite well this year with their multi-million selling titles.
One of those titles happened to be Final Fantasy XIII, a game that literally makes you literally click one button for ten plus hours and nothing else. On the flip side, if you manage to stick it out past the twenty hour mark the game begins to get somewhat enjoyable.
Monday: April 26, 2010
- NASA releases brand new Hubble images in honor of the telescope's 20th birthday.
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured over 570,000 images of roughly 30,000 objects in our known Universe? What, you didn't know that? Then go ahead and start your day off right with some additional cosmic photography.
Tuesday: January 19, 2010
- Eleven minute solar eclipse won't happen again until the year 3034 says NASA.
NASA said on its website the eclipse was annular, meaning the moon will block most of the sun's middle, but not its edges, causing it to look like a ring. This blockage will last for 11 minutes, 8 seconds, an annual duration NASA said would not be exceeded until December 23, 3043.
Friday: January 8, 2010
- The top ten things one can learn from the past twenty years of television.
Presented by Homer Simpson on Late Night with David Letterman. Sadly, 'Cougar Town' is not a show about people getting attacked by giant cats.
Monday: January 4, 2010
- A list of the top ten mind hacks for making your resolutions stick.
Lifehacker covers a variety of methods in which you can attempt to try and keep to your brand new New Year's resolutions via some tips and tricks. Personally, I find that making no new resolutions at all is a great way to keep resolutions. Plus, there is a lot less disappointment that way.
Wednesday: December 30, 2009
- The top nine Internet memes of 2009 according to MSNBC.
Covers everything from Kanye to the Internet's unflinching love of all things bacon. Now if you'll excuse me there is a three wolf moon shirt that needs to be washed before not venturing out on New Year's Eve.
Tuesday: December 29, 2009
- Free coffee available to New Jersey Turnpike drivers on New Year's Eve.
Not a bad idea at all. Officials hope this will help drivers fight off fatigue and make it home safe and sound. Other locations seem to be following suit, 7-11 (at least in Tuscon) is giving away free cups of joe as well.
Monday: December 28, 2009
- Daily Grind: Slightly bored
Name: Vin (aka caulking madman)
How Vin feels today: Slightly bored @ 2:50:46 PM
What Vin really wants today: Go home right after slow workday finishes up and caulk things that don't necessarily need to be caulked because I want to label myself as a 'handy homeowner'. Also because my back patio door leaks when it rains (no, that's not code for something else).
Music Stuck in Head: Stuck in the Middle With You / Stealers Wheel
I always thought this was a Dylan tune until I just looked it up on Wikipedia. Wow, Stealers Wheel? Really?
Stuff to do today:
- Buy more caulk
- Start making New Year's resolutions for myself
- Make resolution to get back on track with daily grind posting
- ...starting today
- Its always good to start resolutions early
- Although it's a short a week so this little item may not kick off appropriately
- Try really hard
- Thank MacInquirer for rekindling my inspiration for making a new DotComic in the near future
- Also thank them for carefully reading the about page of GLM
Friday: November 13, 2009
- Brand new synthetic DVD capable of lasting roughly a thousand years.
...by which time civilization will have long forgotten about this fabled DVD technology that we speak of. BONUS: they'll still be available at most major landfills for future generations to enjoy as well!
Monday: October 19, 2009
- In seventy-five years your computer will have hit a processor speed wall.
Smaller means faster in the microelectronic world, but physicists Lev Levitin and Tommaso Toffoli at Boston University in Massachusetts, have slapped a speed limit on computing, no matter how small the components get.
Tuesday: September 22, 2009
- Ars Technica takes a look back at twenty years of Apple laptops.
The Portable sold for a whopping $6,500 when it was launched in September 1989, and it's hardly surprising that it was never a top-seller.
Tuesday: September 15, 2009
- Turns out that Jupiter had a twelve year love affair with a passing comet.
For all those years in question Jupiter had an extra moon. The comet decided to break it off sometime in 1961, Jupiter hasn't been the same since.
Wednesday: September 9, 2009
- Buzz Lightyear all set to make journey home from the International Space Station.
Disney is even planning a ticker-tape parade celebrating his return to this planet. No, seriously.