Monthly Archives: March 2008

Ammo for the OS wars

The PWN to OWN contest is finally over, and Ubuntu has won. Now that it’s official, I’m ready to go gloat on all the computer-related forums and blogs! YAY Linux FTW!!! I kid, but this contest has prompted quite a … Continue reading

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Rifftrax samples

I’ve decided to gather a bunch of these in one place (they’re also on the rifftrax website in a tiny window, but I prefer the youtube player). See my earlier post for what Rifftrax is. Videos are below the fold.

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Experiments in audio

I’ve been messing around writing music with Reaper for a while now. Reaper is a music authoring program created by the guy who originally coded Winamp, and it’s essentially freeware. After a bit of practice, I finally wrote a song … Continue reading

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Frank Zappa on churches and religion

My best advice to anyone who wants to raise a happy, mentally healthy child is: Keep him or her as far away from a church as you can. Tax the FUCK out of the churches! Get smart and I’ll fuck … Continue reading

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Rifftrax, MST3K’s successor

Not too long ago, there was a cult TV show called Mystery Science Theater 3000. This wonderful TV show involved taking old movies, usually B-grade sci-fi or horror, and letting some brilliant comedians mock them constantly. It was comedic brilliance. … Continue reading

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Top 5 games with most creative art design

I always love creative art direction, both in movies and games. I’m a huge Tim Burton fan, and I love the twisted worlds of Tim Schafer just as much. Unfortunately, the most creative video games often are overlooked by the … Continue reading

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I bought the new Nine Inch Nails album, and I love it. I was initially disappointed that it was completely instrumental and thus lacked Trent’s usual poetic and complex lyrics, but the sheer perfection of the album made up for … Continue reading

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