If you had to describe Ben in one word it would be "doesn't follow directions." He plays guitar, loves Lego, and has a fascination with Doctor Who. He occasionally writes nonsense on his blog, but nobody reads that. You probably shouldn't either.
One of the biggest problems plaguing the first world is dead cellphone batteries. Nothing is worse than being out for a night on the town and seeing that low battery warning. Now you’ve gotta hunt down an outlet, and that’s assuming you even have your charger with you. Otherwise you’re stuck with a useless phone and nobody wants that.
If you listened to last week’s episode of the podcast (and if you haven’t shame on you), you’ll recall our WTF story about the lifeguard that was fired for saving someone from drowning. Thomas Lopez was a lifeguard in Hallandale Beach, Florida that was terminated after he rescued a beachgoer outside of his designated zone. Well, we have a small follow-up story to that BS. … Continue reading Lego offers job to terminated lifeguard
It’s that time of the year again where I spend an entire weekend (and some into the next week) watching a bunch of guys in Indiana play Mario games for charity. That’s right folks, it’s time for Mario Marathon 5. To date, the Mario Marathon crew have raised over a quarter of a million dollars for Child’s Play. The event itself only started a few … Continue reading Mario Marathon 5 is live!
Mass Effect 3 was one of the biggest hyped releases of recent gaming history, but when it finally dropped some fans were… disappointed in the ending. For those unfamiliar, the Mass Effect series is a massive RPG that relies heavily on the idea of player choice. Everything you do in the game has a particular consequence that builds a unique experience for each player. Whats … Continue reading BioWare gives into fan pressure, announces Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut
Alright folks, it’s time to announce the winner of our latest Noisecast contest. In case you don’t remember, we asked you to design us a Myspace (or similarly outdated social network) fan page. It’s taken a week to post the results because we had to laboriously pore over all of the entries. Continue reading “Contest Update: Make us a terrible fan page! – WINNER!”
If you’re a regular listener to our podcast (and you should be), you’ll know that we always tease our upcoming Mypace page. Well, none of us can be bothered to actually make one, so we’re outsourcing it. So what we want you guys, our loyal fans, to do is to make us the greatest terrible Myspace page you can dream up. Or if Myspace isn’t … Continue reading Contest: Make us a terrible fan page!
I want to apologize to all of our wonderful listeners. This is actually last week’s show. I’ve been moving into a new apartment lately and been busy with school so I dropped the ball on getting this one out. This week’s show will hit your feeds tomorrow. Sorry, everybody.
Before you listen to this episode, remember this: When we tell you not to Google something it’s for your own good. Don’t be like Alberto and scar yourself emotionally. Curiosity killed the cat, but not before exposing it to depraved fetishes on the internet.
Ever since the iPad 2 came out, I’ve always thought the Smart Cover was really neat. I like how it aligns itself to the device and how you can fold it into a stand. Only problem is I don’t have an iPad so I’ve never had much reason to own one. But with the TidyTilt, a Kickstarter project from a pair of Chicago-based design students, … Continue reading TidyTilt, a Smart Cover for the iPhone
You must be logged in to post a comment.