So, I just saw this on Deadspin.
Hello happy kinja people and welcome to kinjaverse. Welcome to the weekly Whitenoise, Hackerspace, Groupthink, Powder Room, Odeck, Tay, Oppo, Backtalk, and Clashtalk cross thread. As usualy lately, it is at a new inconsistent time, so take the opportunity to meet the neighbors who are around now. Questions, comments,…
Can two people fall in love without knowing what the other looks like?
So the Holidays are upon us, and one of the most popular gifts for the burgeoning gearhead is a small or toy version of their real car (or car they aspire to own, or don’t have a realistic chance of owning, or an aircraft, ship etc). Often times these gifts end up as “glue bombs” or punished as if they were sturdy…
If you like to run or walk, but maybe only once every 4 years, Virtual Running Club is providing a Leap Day 5k/10k virtual run/walk that might be right up your alley, or anywhere because it’s virtual.
If you like to celebrate Pi Day (3/14, based on the first 3 digits of Pi) with a slice (or two, or a whole) pie, then I’m right there with you. But if you’d also like to get a little exercise so you can eat even more pie, there’s a couple virtual runs you can sign up for. Or if you just like the look of the medals or…
Copy (copy.com) and CudaDrive services will be discontinued.
DIY — Sometimes we avoid such projects because we think we don’t have the skills or the creative talent to fix or improve our home. But that’s all about to change.
I’m not sure how much I’ve gone into my current living situation here on GT, but let’s just say it’s far from ideal. Yes, I appreciate my parents letting me live with them rent-free until I finish school. But no, I’m not happy with the way things are here (way too many things to list in one post, plus it risks…
Tech Savvy is a daylong science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) career conference designed to attract girls in sixth through ninth grade to these fields and to inform families about STEM education and careers.
Although the program focuses on exciting girls about STEM, Tech Savvy also includes an important…
First off, apologies for not doing one of these last week. Last week was insane. I had several hard drives in desktops here at work just up and die and so I had to get to restoring things and getting everyone up and running and it was just hectic and I’m sorry. That said I’ve got some little tidbits worth sharing this…
“ArchBang is a simple GNU/Linux rolling release distribution which provides you with a lightweight Arch Linux system combined with the Openbox Window Manager. Suitable for both desktop and portable systems – It is fast, stable, and always up to date. “ (Archbang Wiki)
Listen up: I’m coming at you with another marketing buzzword, but this one has some substance to it. The term is transmedia storytelling.
Feed me Seymour, feeeeed me... trash.
Welcome back to 1993, where we will revisit the greatest decade of the 20th century in this Open Thread. I’m Rat Fink, veteran and survivor of the 90's. I will be your host today. The 90's was a wildly colorful decade. Gathered here is a collection of my favorite memories and relics from the 90's.
This past Monday, I got it in my mind to make a Public Service Announcement to my friends and family on Facebook. I wanted to share with them how we managed our family’s most precious data: Photos and Videos.
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