|We at LIVEdigitally have chosen a digital lifestyle because without digital we would end up like this guy. Living an analog life obviously leads to picnic tablecloths indoors and goofy hats. I have seen mp3 mixers, CD mixers, iPod mixers, and of course record mixers. Tape cassette mixers is beyond anything I’ve seen, but alas it has been done. I wonder if he downloads songs and then records them to tapes? Sound quality on this system is not as nice as a freshly pressed vinyl, but I’m sure seeing this guy in action is quite amusing.|
There’s only one thing more fun than the reaction that your coworker has when they return from a trip to see their desk, and that’s taking pictures of your hard work. Gizmodo took note and allowed me to discover this great display of bored and creative coworkers. My favorite is the Aluminum Foil, I’d keep it if that was my desk. I may need to get a NASA coffee mug to feel like I’m in a real space station.
At my old work we’d change desktop wall papers, screen savers, or my signature move: put a piece of tape over the eye of the optical mouse and lie in wait for your victim to return.
When you get that email from “Bill” that promises naked photos of Britney Spears or a huge sum of money form Bill Gates, I urge you not to open it. Panda Software (anti-virus) states that celebs are often used to fool computer users into opening malicious email attachments or visit pages with mal intentions. This isn’t new news to anyone who has owned or operated a PC (since Macs are immune to such nonsense) for more than 10 consecutive minutes. But Panda has created a list that I find quite interesting.
The top 10 “Celebrities are frequently used to distribute mails which either contain [attached] malware (often camouflaged as an image), or which contain a URL where the malware is accessed”
When I’m unemployed it’s so hard to find a job. Not due to my lack of experience, but the fact that I miss all my daytime TV shows –like soap operas. DVRs aren’t the answer to this problem because when I get home from work there’s only so much time to watch recorded programs, and weekends full of soap opera recaps would be a waste. Singapore has the remedy to my unemployment issues, soap operas on cell phones.
The kickoff will be 3-minute episodes of a 90 minute story. The 30 episodes will pioneer more than 10 other soaps totaling around 200 episodes for next year. I confess, I’m not that into soaps. I do suppose I could join in the drama with three minute bites while waiting for the bus or sitting in the waiting room.