Archive for ‘WTF??’
Link via Lori.
Lots of people may enjoy this hilarious deconstruction by Laura Hudson and David Wolkin of DC’s recent Batman: Odyssey (a book which, I must admit, I kinda want to buy now). It’s some, uh… amazing stuff, no doubt about it.
But I’m really just posting this link for one person’s benefit: the woman I love.
Ivy: Click on this link right now. Trust me. You will not be sorry.
(Original link here)
See how many paths you can discover. It’s pretty addictive.
[Thanks to Lori Matsumoto.]
Gaming in Obscurity’s guide to Five Card Nancy features host Ryan McSwain’s own home-made Five Card Nancy deck (learn about the game here) and a complete explanation of the rules and origins of the game and, um… me.
And then, about seven and a half minutes in, um…
…a thing happens.
I don’t know how to describe it. It’s wonderfully bizarre and funny, and — if you’re me — even more terrifying than yesterday’s infographic, but it’s kind of a must-see.
It’s off to a great start. I especially like the local, rainy, Portlandiness of it. Feels like a love letter to that wonderful, cartoonist-clogged city already. Definitely one to bookmark.
Have a great weekend!
If you’re in Athens, Georgia tonight (Friday), you can get a copy from the author himself at the release party from 5-8pm.
Funny thing is, when I thought to make a remark on how Athens is landlocked and checked Google maps to see if Athens was indeed landlocked, I discovered that there is no label in Google Maps for Athens!
WTF, Google Maps??
[UPDATE: There actually is an explanation—and it's not what you might expect.]
Attention, Anyone Who’s Ever Invited Me to an Event on Facebook and not Bothered to Mention What City it’s in…
I’m going to be handing out HUNDRED DOLLAR BILLS next Tuesday. Be there!
One of the things I love about this cheerfully insane page is that but for the load times, this is something that could have been approximated with software dating back to the early nineties.
We sometimes neglect the fact that when we graduate from one generation of technologies to the next, that doesn’t mean we’ve exhausted the creative possibilities of the previous ones. The advent of CSS or PHP didn’t negate the inventiveness of something like this brain-scrambling oldie, for example, it just opened the door to new shenanigans.
Creativity is backwards compatible!
[link via... um, I don't know! Who told me about this??]
[Oh WAIT! Chuck in the comments points out that the same artist has a Webcomic! THAT'S probably what led me there. Definitely check out this equally long-loading but nevertheless great comic!]