Did you know you can now play Nintendo on your iPhone? And speaking of video games, while I’ve never been very good at guitar hero I know some of you are. The game is soon to be available for your mac. For those of you looking to combine breakfast with work a little more, andContinue reading “Dress Down Friday | NES + Guitar Hero = No Little Kind Pranks?”
Over the next couple weeks I have a few posts I will be doing that revolve around issues of sustainable living. In these posts I will be trying to avoid the more preachy, theoretical rants I can often find myself falling into. Rather these will be focused on tips and tricks, basic stuff that’s funContinue reading “How To Live Local: Creating Your Two Mile Map”
It is…crucial to bear in mind the interconnection between the Decalogue (the traumatically imposed Divine Commandments) and its modern obverse, the celebrated ‘human rights’. As the experience of our post-political liberal-permissive society amply demonstrates, human Rights are ultimately, at their core, simply Rights to violate the Ten Commandments. ‘The right to privacy’ – the rightContinue reading “Zizek, the Decalogue and The Problem with (too much) Liberation”
Lazlo sent me this flash game called Line Rider it’s worth a few minutes of distraction. You may want to check out your personality assessment, this seems like a good place to do it. Found xPad and am really digging it as a replacement for stickies – I like that it syncs with your ipodContinue reading “Dress Down Friday | Shorpy, Line Game, and Scrabble”
from design ministry
The other day when I was looking at traffic for my site I began thinking about all of you who visit who I have never met. Where do you live? What are your stories? How did you find gathering in light and why? I think it’s pretty cool that people from around the world canContinue reading “To All Those Across the Universe”
“Why is it that you have to be at least thirty-five years old to run for President?” asked the Toluca Lake resident. Matthew proposed a constitutional change that would let kids vote and give grade-schoolers a shot at leading the free world, not that it doesn’t seem like we’re already there. One “good thing thatContinue reading “The Wisdom of Youth”
Interesting to see how things have changed over the years.