Basement Cat. Not much is known about our elusive feline friend. All that is known is that at some point in time, Basement Cat defected from the realms of Ceiling Cat and was casted down to the basement to continue his deeds that Ceiling Cat did not approve of. The few that have come into contact, captured Basement Cat on camera and… survived… describe Basement Cat as evil, sadistic, twisted and without mercy. All we know for sure… is that Basement Cat is not normal.
I have collected a few images of Basement Cat for you to all make your own judgements. I give you – Basement Cat:
It’s coming. Every time a natural disaster occurs, whoever it may be that informs me – I always say the same thing to them: “The apocalypse is coming”. I mean think about this for a minute. For “some reason”, there just happens to be a lot, lot more natural distasters in the recently years and more notably – in the recent 6 months than, well, anything I can remember! You can’t deny it, natural disasters are happening more often and more frequently. 2012 people, just you wait! Start preparing NOW.
Welcome to Friday, and welcome to another edition of LOLcat Friday. This time around we’re celebrating the “Internet Edition” of LOLcats… why? Because I’m a fucking nerd and on my government census I put my religion down as “Internet”. Yep, I did it. Internet is my religion – I ain’t going to deny it.
It pays my bills, gives me all the knowledge I will ever need, and is the largest, fastest growing religion in the world, with new portals of knowledge opening everyday providing new ways to be filled with even more knowledge. What other religion offers that? NONE that’s what! Gotta luv it, no? Without further delay – I give you LOLcat Friday: Internet Edition!
A rare look into the life of Miles Prower, and his struggle being Sonic’s sidekick, by the talented folks over at BehindTheBytes. A must watch if you’re an old skool video games fan from the Sega MegaDrive or Genesis era!
I would like to note now that unlike LOLcat Friday and Demotivational Monday, Invention Wednesday is NOT a regular thing… unless we believe we have come up with a new invention on or around Wednesday that we feel the world should now. Today was one of them days.
Usual Wednesday morning. I come into work – actively seeking breaking my fast and a caffeine based beverage of sorts. Myself and Toni from Salad Cream were in the kitchen talking about, well, cereal – when the topic of a somewhat caffeine based cereal came up. This hadn’t been the first time, we had previously thought of this idea in the past but nothing ever materialised. Today, I said “fuck it” and poured half my coffee into my cereal, which today is currently Tesco’s own brand Shreddies rip-off.
… it wasn’t not nice? It certainly filled a void.
I came back to my desk and proudly showed my coffee and Shreddie-esqe concoction to my peers. Dan wasn’t exactly put off by the idea… but he did come up with a genius idea. The Crunchy Nut Latte. Wow. Just WOW! WHY has NO-ONE done this already?! What’s the freakin’ hold up?! It’s been decided that we’re going to do this one day, and it will have pictures too. Subscribe and keep watching the blog – it will happen.
Now that’s a rocket. Hell, that’s a man-rocket. The Falcon 9-Heavy is the latest offspring to come out of SpaceX, the space vehicle company that Elon Musk (founder of PayPal) built. Since NASA’s demise and the last of their shuttle fleet making their last landings – it was inevitable that private companies would start to make an appearance with their offerings … and fuck did they make an appearance.
I remember last week seeing an announcement that in the coming days, SpaceX would mention some “big news” but I just shrugged it off, thinking that it would just be a mediocre announcement about a new member joining the team or something along them lines. Boy, was I wrong. Musk explains how he envisions the 70m tall rocket going beyond space station missions, and how returning rocks from Mars is possible when the Falcon 9-Heavy is in operation (expected in 2012). SpaceX was the first private company to successfully launch and land an unmanned capsule ejected from a rocket (known as the Dragon) in history.
SpaceX went on to mention that an even bigger rocket than the Falcon 9-Heavy-esqe would be needed to land humans on Mars. Here’s hoping that I can spend three nights at the Mars Hilton sometime soon.
Another beautiful hack from the Kinect bar of 3D stereoscopic madness. In this example, an Interactive Development, Visual Merchandising and Operations Team put their minds together to create a projected display so that people passing by could come and draw on the shop screen without actually using any pens or markers on the window.
Pretty nice stuff.
Source: Kinect Hacks