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Metamystics Hip Hop Pwns


Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Add these fools on myspace. They’re straight pwnin most of the nerdkore fools out there. Metamystics hip hop, shit they banned it, these suckas got a plan for our bandwidth. NerdKore rising, Nerdkore Represent! And look, they’ve got the free download enabled. Good for ya’ll. Give that shit away.

Metamystics

Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani Mash Up


Saturday, December 30th, 2006

waves hand. “These are not the naked photos you are looking for”
Obi Wan :)

Hacking Commodore 64 jotstick


Friday, December 29th, 2006

I bought one of these Commodore 64 (DTV C64 - Direct TV Commodore 64) joysticks on QVC (search for C64 on their site) a few weeks ago, and it’s pretty cool. It has a bunch of classic C64 games programmed in, but it also has a bunch of ‘Easter eggs’ programmed in too. When you first start it up, it shows the C64 startup routine, and if you wiggle the joystick back and forth, you get into C64 basic mode and can type keys on a keyboard using the joystick. There have also been a number of people who have been able to add keyboards and other peripherals on to the joystick.

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    new york times article

    via 99er

    Great Machinima Music Video


    Thursday, December 28th, 2006

    Clip "Le dîner" de bénabar par RBX
    Uploaded by Rbx

    Grand Canyon is only a few thousand years old


    Wednesday, December 27th, 2006

    Park officials have defended the decision to approve the sale of Grand Canyon: A Different View, claiming that park bookstores are like libraries, where the broadest range of views are displayed. In fact, however, both law and park policies make it clear that the park bookstores are more like schoolrooms rather than libraries. As such, materials are only to reflect the highest quality science and are supposed to closely support approved interpretive themes. Moreover, unlike a library the approval process is very selective. Records released to PEER show that during 2003, Grand Canyon officials rejected 22 books and other products for bookstore placement while approving only one new sale item — the creationist book…

    Ironically, in 2005, two years after the Grand Canyon creationist controversy erupted, NPS approved a new directive on “Interpretation and Education (Director’s Order #6) which reinforces the posture that materials on the “history of the Earth must be based on the best scientific evidence available, as found in scholarly sources that have stood the test of scientific peer review and criticism [and] Interpretive and educational programs must refrain from appearing to endorse religious beliefs explaining natural processes.”

    “As one park geologist said, this is equivalent of Yellowstone National Park selling a book entitled Geysers of Old Faithful: Nostrils of Satan,” (said PEER Executive Director Jeff Ruch.)

    64k


    Saturday, December 23rd, 2006

    Video Game Rap


    Saturday, December 23rd, 2006

    Office space recut

    Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid. Classic Mash up


    Saturday, December 23rd, 2006

    I love Mash ups, and then I realised that the nerd art form of mashing up films actually goes back 24 years. Possibly farther. Anyway, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid starred steve martin in an homage to detective Film Noir of the 40s and 50s. It was directed by Carl Reiner, and the film mashed up old elements of black and white movies, and plopped Steve Martin right into the action.

    YtCracker


    Thursday, December 21st, 2006

    Download ytcracker’s Nerdrap Entertainment System. This guy puts all other nerdrappers to shame because he has actual net cred.

    Bob Dob


    Thursday, December 21st, 2006

    Bob Dob makes some great nerdy paintings. Check them out at Bobdob.com