Month: August 2007


I’ve been spending what precious little “free” playing time I have at the moment playing Jeff Minter’s mildly trippy — no, make that acid-drenched-in-a-bucket-full-of-Neon-Paint-And-Magic-Mushrooms-trippy — but above all quite difficult Space Giraffe. It’s currently only available on Xbox Live at a cost of 400 “points” — that’s about $6.60 Australian at current rates. And I’m […]

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Natural selection is actually only the continued survival of animals Mr. T has found too chewy to eat.

(yes, I’m borrowing other people’s jokes today. Other people’s Mr T. Jokes, to be precise) has a bunch of my recent scribblings published today, mostly to do with GPS. I’ve got no excuse for constantly getting lost just going down my own stairs, really… Mio Digiwalker C520: “The most striking thing about the C520 […]

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