Completely awesome security-bot roams the streets of Atlanta, irritating crack dealers. Brilliant. And it’s built out of an old barbecue smoker! “It may smell like chicken,” the guy says, “but it’ll get the job done.” Hellz yes.

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When I get paid, I’m gonna set up a new Skype In account, so I’ll be able to get phone calls whenever I’m in WiFi range. (A friend gave me his old Nokia e61i, and I’ve got Fring running on it, so I’ll get calls that way.) So if you have my GrandCentral number, you […]

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…or much of anything at all in the theater last year or this year, for that matter? (God, I know I saw something other than Cloverfield. I must have.) This guy rants about how nobody saw these movies because people are saps who just want happy, happy, joy, joy all the time. I tend to […]

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My free Sprint Ambassador account stopped working today. So I don’t have a phone. I don’t know when I’ll have one, either — chalk it up to depression, but at the moment I don’t really care. If you need to talk to me, I’m reachable by e-mail, the comments on this site, MySpace, Facebook, Skype, […]

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…and don’t really care. I haven’t seen any of the movies that everybody got boners over, like No Country For Old Men or There Will Be Blood. (I despise Paul Thomas Anderson’s movies, as a rule. And No Country just looked fucking depressing. Oh, and you’d be more likely to catch me at a screening […]

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Nader announces new run for president – Yahoo! News Jesus. What an asshole. (tags: politics asshole split-the-vote-again-moron) Italians hark back to the days of Futurism Futurism is fascizzle, my nizzle. (tags: art italian futurism marinetti-was-a-pimp) YouTube – david lynch “industrial symphony no. 1” pt 1/5 Haven’t seen this in maybe fifteen years. Extremely strange performance/dance/music […]

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There is a tendency to use CPU power as a benchmark for technological progress. (“In 1960, a computer had X amount of cycles per second. In 2008, computers have Y amount. Wowee!”) As a blunt tool, this seems effective…but it seems to me that you can really measure progress in technology as an inverse function […]

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So I’m kinda thinking, in the wake of the John Peel piece I linked earlier, about doing a music podcast. Nothing too cutting-edge — I don’t have the time to troll around MySpace and MOG looking for new music a whole lot — but just podcasts of stuff I like, old and new, themed maybe. […]

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