So yeah, after years of holding out, the owners of the Beatles catalog have finally agreed to its release on iTunes. What does this mean? It means you can buy Beatles songs and albums on iTunes now. Jesus, this ain't rocket Scientology. What it is is nine years late. Individual songs are $1.29, albums are $12.99-$19.99 and you can get the whole boxed set for $149. Me? I've had it for years. Also, a weird growth on my back. Keep meaning to have that looked at.
Thanks to mary, Back to the Futon and Kristoff, who all live in a yellow submarine and have seen sharks up close. Scary!
In a recent interview, I got God to admit that bacon is, in fact, the perfect food, followed distantly by Snack Pack Pudding and Fruit Roll-Ups. So it only makes sense to swaddle your iPod Shuffle in the stuff, right? Enter the $19 Bacon Bits Case by Etsy seller Antjes. Too ... / Continue →
Good afternoon my delicate flowers. The MacWorld keynote ended not too long ago and I am here to report the highlights of said keyish note. Unfortunately, most of the news was boring and made me flaccid.
iLife '09: iPhoto, face recognition for pictures, GPS geotagging, *yaw... / Continue →
This is a video of a bunch of songs from RPG's (Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, etc.) being performed by the one-man Mini Mario Orchestra, aka Diwa de Leon. If you're not into listening to beautiful music from video games, this might not be your thing. But if you ARE into beau... / Continue →