I'm thinking about taking Chinchilli Day off. What? I'm a sucker for anthropomorphized stuffed things and they names the guy Hagadus. At least I think they did.
And the Cambridge Who's Who thinks you could be too. Apparently... I should be a recognized archaeologist.
However, I'm submitting myself for Design Ninja.
And hell yes I "liked" this ad. ;)
Saw this on the Facebook Photoshop page. I think I love the color and character palettes.
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I have now been up for 27 hours. And I have 4 more to go before I can go home and sleep. For some reason I volunteered for a 24-hour Create-A-thon where a whole bunch of advertisers in the area decided to stay up from 2pm Friday until 2pm Saturday (today) and create logos/ads/billboards/whatever for local non-profits.
My fear of snakes stems largely from an incident when I was 6 and a 7ft black snake decided to drop out of a cedar tree and barely missed me. I hate snakes.
I would have run from the room screaming if that had been clinging to my wall, so kudos to her for beating it to death with a shoe.
Via the Telegraph.
We haven't touched on my favorite turtles in a LONG time. Unlike the cavemen, these are still funny. And I'd watch turtles over cavemen in a sitcom any day.
Underneath Woozee's Jabba the Hutt-meets-Care Bear furry body is ToyBots, an internet-connected toy platform that plays back audio books, spouts location-aware trivia, and that you might be able to tickle online, making it laugh in the real world.
Internet-driven toys are the future, sure, but like I said, still unnerving.
I don't know why you'd want to TICKLE anything from online.
And around here we have a saying that "Nothing good happens on a Tuesday."
Here's a little something to counteract that.
These are pretty much my new favorite thing. Search Inappropriate Soundtracks on YouTube. This is another favorite: 300.