The only way to implement the future is to avoid having to predict it. -- Piumarta
Fighting entropy one day at a time...
This is either: really cool or a funny way to get rid of an old TV. I like it.
...would you like a drink?
The bar’s over there.
This item is a totally unique, one of a kind bar which pays tribute to the Big Lebowski. It is a big screen television that appears to have its screen broken by a bowling ball. The space on the inside is now room for all of your booze and bar paraphernalia. All of the circuitry still works and it looks really cool at night as it projects the ‘popcorn’ screen of analogue. You can even hook up a DVD player to it and it still projects movies onto the corners of the screen, and the audio functions remarkably (for your Creedence). This can all be yours (except for the booze) for FREE. Thats right. You get the bar (equipped with 8 slots for hanging footed cocktail glasses from the top), you get the bowling ball, you get the Sioux City Sarsaparilla labels, the In N Out Burger sticker, and the novelty Ralph’s Half and Half carton all for FREE.
I don’t know if I should be in awe or just laughing:
I signed up with an account, but it clobbers Firefox 3 performance on Linux.
It’s so cool:
Yes, it’s really happening!
No Empathy recorded its second album in 1989 with the “modern” line-up of Marc Ruvolo, Martin Garrety, Chuck Uchida, Steve Gallup and myself.
We are reuniting for one show April 4th, 2009 at the Abbey Pub in Chicago, with old-school label mates Not Rebecca.
Tickets are limited and on-sale now.
I’ve hacked up the Chumby PhotoFrame source from http://www.discarded-ideas.org/chumby/photoframe by Wansti.
Fixed a few bugs and created a USB image to enable http://localhost/image/ browsing on the Chumby.
I’m working on an CGI to allow uploading of images directly to the Chumby.
Please give me feedback.
I got a Chumby as a holiday gift; it’s really cool and really hackable.