In what could possibly be the first truly amusing viral video this year, we see Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto challenging each other to a race to the golf club.
Laurie Penny's an astonishing woman. Actually no, astonishing isn't correct, astonishment suggests I'm impressed by her and that very much isn't the case. I guess strange might be a better word.
Everyone's got a couple of PlayStation 2's lying about their house, right? I know I do, but what do you do when you turn it on and there's no picture, the fix is easier than you might think...
Not wishing to believe that there isn't in fact a global conspiracy of highly organised swans and geese, my wife now sees fit to attack all swans and geese she encounters that she considers to be in a position of weakness. She's a bit like Blade, except it's not vampires; it's swans and/or geese.
Vincent and the Doctor is the best episode of Doctor Who ever written. That's fact.
Laurie Penny really grinds my gears, her constant monomaniacal rhetoric is getting so boring. Recently I had the temerity to say so in public forum, for my troubles I was called a dick and told to fuck off, all for opposing a strange young lady's bizarre world view.
Video games have a reputation. We're told they're responsible for a nation of fat, indolent children, that they condone violent behaviour. This is nonsense.
I bought a Cadbury's Creme Egg Twisted bar the other day. It was substandard. So I wrote this letter.
Jeff Minter wrote an astoundingly prescient article for Commodore Computing International back in 1988. It predicted Google Earth, touch interfaces, electronic ink and Atari's survival. Oops.
The SID is a chip that was used in the Commodore 64 to produce its music and I suspect it was used in 50 Cent's, Ayo Technology.