September 30, 2008

I like Rachel Maddow's new show on MSNBC for a number of reasons

The biggest reason is that she doesn't co-opt Edward R. Murrow's sign-off after spending half her show ranting about "Fix News" and doing wacky vocal impressions of "bill o the clown"

September 28, 2008
MOVE OVER, ADVENTURES OF PRESIDENT GORE

HERE COMES THE ADVENTURES OF PRESIDENT PALIN

September 26, 2008
September 24, 2008


ive managed to infiltrate the republican party at the highest levels


operation: pitbull is a go :-D


excellent work yuliya


wait hang on a second are you using a secure frequency


im using yahoo messenger via wi-fi


god damn it

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September 22, 2008
I know it's hard to believe, but it's rubbercat.net/simpsons's 10 year and 10th month anniversary!!! During the past ten years, the site has been fortunate enough to win two awards, get mentioned on JoBlo and Channel Frederator, receive Simpsons Monopoly in the mail and score press credentials from NBC Universal - and that's just in the past two years. Here's a screenshot of the first version of the site, back when it was known as geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Rubber_Cat247/Simpsons.htm:


(click for larger version)

Here's to another ten years! GO TEAM USA~

September 20, 2008
lehman brothers, meet the parker brothers
September 18, 2008
This was on The Colbert Report the other day:


coincidence???

September 16, 2008
LATEST NEWS FROM TECH NEWS RUMOR INSIDER

Many Mac users were understandably peeved when Google's revolutionary new web browser, Google Chrome, was released as a Windows-only download. The tech giant was awfully mum on when to expect Mac and Linux versions of Chrome; admitting that the lack of a Mac version was "embarrassing," Google co-founder Sergey Brin said it could be "months" before one is released.

So what's the hold up? Well, no word yet on the Linux version, but a top-secret source tells me things aren't going so well over in the Mac division at Google HQ. Some of the killer features of the Windows version of Chrome, such as the "omnibar" and the new tab page, had to be ditched entirely because they were just "too hard" to implement on the Mac platform. Despite these setbacks, Google's Mac engineers are determined to make Google Chrome the best it can be and are diligently working around the clock to bring the cloud computing operating system of the future to the Macintosh.

I managed to score an exclusive sneak preview of the current beta of Google Chrome for Mac. My source warned me it was a work-in-progress and that there are still some bugs to be worked out. Boy, he wasn't kidding. Design-wise, Google Chrome for Mac is going in a completely new direction from Google Chrome for Windows. All I've got to say is, Google is definitely "thinking different" when it comes to the modern browser.

CLICK HERE FOR EXCLUSIVE SCREENSHOTS!

September 14, 2008
POSSIBLE SEQUELS TO BANGKOK DANGEROUS

  • Saigon Menacing
  • London Deadly
  • Peoria Precarious
September 12, 2008
the way I see it, there's only two types of people in the world

people named Logan and people who aren't

September 10, 2008

I've replaced the old web 2.0 junk page with this new page using some Austrian site called soup.io, after a couple weeks of trying to mess with the css and finally giving up. Despite my inability to make it look halfway decent in internet explorer 6, the page still managed to get featured as part of a css showcase by the people who run the site, which is totally mind-blowing. Anyway, this new junk page jams all my internet crap onto one obnoxiously vain web 2.0 page. It includes posts from rubbercat.net, news items from rubbercat.net/simpsons, links I bookmarked on delicious, shared items from google reader, videos I uploaded to youtube, songs I liked on last.fm (you can even listen to 'em!), my weekly top artists on last.fm, photos I put on flickr, entries from my twitter thing, other people's twitter things that I thought were funny, comics I uploaded to stripcreator, as well as some stuff I might occasionally throw in every now and then. Sometimes things don't work and stuff will look all wonky but that's the price you pay for living on the CUTTING EDGE of technology.

In short, this is basically the most narcissistic thing I've ever done. Now I know what it feels like to be tech blowhard Robert Scoble.

September 8, 2008
I love that "Big Corn" felt obligated to start making pro-high fructose corn syrup propaganda

I'm getting a mental image of a group of old men in suits sitting around a long table in some Strangelovian war room discussing what should be done about this "corn syrup situation"

September 6, 2008

The Ramones, The Velvet Underground, and Phil Collins were all just namedropped in a Nicktoon


September 4, 2008

hillary is a pervert