Posts tagged “humor”.

Newton Pro

October 13th, 2009


One possible outcome of the Apple tablet rumors.

I’d buy it.

[Via Joy of Tech.]

Best search ever: Google April Fool’s

March 24th, 2009


It’s amazing, the referring web sites that come across WordPress’s blog stats plugin.

Take this one: Google April Fool’s search. Someone searched for “coworkers” on the parody search site and found my post from last year about me pranking my coworkers.

The site isn’t officially affiliated with Google. Instead, it was created by Philipp Lenssen, who runs the Google Blogoscoped blog.

April Fool’s Day is like Christmas for me. I celebrate it every year, much to the chagrin of my roommate and coworkers, because I love to pull pranks.

If nothing else, Google April Fool’s search offers unique job opportunities for those willing to…uh…relocate to exotic destinations.

With April Fool’s coming up soon, this is a site I will be visiting often.

iMac Shuffle: extreme simplicity

March 16th, 2009


I must say: I’m not a big fan of the new iPod Shuffle. I bought a 2G model, one of the bright blue ones, and I love it. It’s perfect for my gym workouts and jogging trips.

But this new simplistic one is just a step too far. I mean, what’s there to like? It’s a metallic slab.

Thankfully, some geniuses have invented the iMac Shuffle – “simplicity defined.”

Just think. All you need is a big metallic slab of Mac to stare at all day. Isn’t that wonderful?

[Via Macenstein.]

NewtVid: Retro iPhone?

January 23rd, 2008

This is hilarious. This guy got his iPhone all right – complete with handwriting recognition, calculator, and monochrome battery-saving mode. What a hoot.

My beard.

January 7th, 2008


by Shel Silverstein

My beard grows down to my toes,
I never wear5 no clothes,
I wraps my hair
Around my bare,
&nd down the road I goes.

[Read the original. We’re back on schedule now, ever since the Newton is back and running with a fresh set of batteries.]

Onomatopoeia this.

October 17th, 2007

Come unto these yellow sands, by William Shakespeare

Come into these yellow sands,
And her talk hands.
Curtsied when yonhave and kissed,
Inewild waves whist,
Foot itfeat 111ere and there,
And Sweet sprites the bwden bear.
Huvk, hurk!
The wutihdogs bulk!
Hall bark I heuv
The Efaiucf strutling chantiileer
Cry “cock-u-doodk-do!”

[Read the original here. Also, why is this poem misspelled?]

The most popular guy in town.

October 11th, 2007

there once was a man
From duntndxet Wlo’s
disk was So long he lmld
Duck it