I keep telling Max that Ultraman is a poser compared to the Master, but for some reason, he chooses kaiju over Kurosawa every single time.
Once upon a time, a DJ’s task…
I got so absorbed in this, it took me a few seconds to realize that Max was repeatedly kicking me in the groin to get my attention: http://wheelsofsteel.net/
Power, Fame, or Winning?
I thought the Guardian really had something with their Charlie Sheen v Muammar Gaddafi quiz, but NY Mag did them one better with It’s Time to Play ‘Sheen, Beck, or Qaddafi?’
Yo should go check those out, but remember, these resentments, they are the rocket fuel that lives in the tip of my sabre!
On a more serious tip, if you haven’t had a good cry in a while, go read this: The Someone You’re Not
Golden Globes Awards 2011 – Ricky Gervais Opening Monologue
Never thought I’d willingly watch any part of that show.
Dropbox is addictive
Getting more Dropbox space is like earning achievements in your favorite video game.
It’s been a while since I wrote about Dropbox vs. Google Docs (for MS Office document backup), and there have been new developments since then that really make this software interesting. So how do you get started?
First, create a Dropbox account (clicking this link gives you and I both 250MB extra storage space on top of your initial 2GB)
After you sign up, you will be presented with a list of basic tasks that teach you the basics of the service. As an incentive, you are awarded extra storage space (250MB) upon completion of all the tasks.
Next, complete simple tasks (like linking your Twitter/Facebook accounts to Dropbox) on this page to further boost your Dropbox space (128MB x 6). Note: You may not want to connect Dropbox to your social networking accounts due to privacy concerns.
Finally, make links for your friends/visitors with your referral code (like this) to boost space for both of you.