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Happy 59th Birthday, Bill Waterson!

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Easiest. Job Interview. Ever…

Who Else Plays “Capture The Flag” Mode in ANY First-Person Shooter Like This?

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Time for some Architecture Funnies!

Let’s have some fun and laughs today.  After the break, be sure to enjoy some interesting and funny comics related to the realm of architecture, ranging from the profession, design theories, relating the practice to other real-world situations, and even a FREAKING CUT-OUT ACTIVITY!! (I’m 7). Continue reading Time for some Architecture Funnies!

Captain America’s Daily Commute…

Captain America on his daily commute

“Wonder Woman” by Doaly

Art by Doaly
(Also, if you haven’t seen the movie, correct that ASAP)

The Dangerous Logic of Children Becoming Pokemon Trainers…

Yup, sounds safe to me…

Dude, these ‘Power Rangers’ Zord Teaser Posters are Pretty, Freakin’ Sweet!

Lionsgate and Saban Films have released a slew of new character posters for next year’s Power Rangers film, showing each of the Rangers posing with their corresponding Zord, which they use as gigantic assault vehicles to pilot in battle. The MegaZord, also from the original series, combined the assault vehicles into a humanoid body (a’la Voltron) to create the ultimate fighting robot. Also, I think it’s fair to say that the Blue and Yellow Rangers have the best posters, but all five are pretty great. Power Rangers, also starring Elizabeth Banks as the evil Rita Repulsa and Bryan Cranston as Zordon, teleports into theaters March 24, 2017 (one week before Ghost in the Shell).

BitSummit, Japan’s Independent Gaming Expo

This past weekend was the fourth-annual BitSummit, an exposition dedicated to promoting the Japanese independent development scene. The expo was created by James Mielke, Q Games founder Dylan Cuthbert, and others. Unlike the E3 and more akin to PAX and MAGFest, BitSummit is open to the public and features panels with game industry luminaries, live musical performances, and live demos from Japanese and western independent game developers. It also serves as a place for Japanese and western developers to meet up, make contacts, and do their share to promote the Japanese game development scene. Continue reading BitSummit, Japan’s Independent Gaming Expo

Who Says ‘Tiny Homes’ CAN’T Have Roof Decks? Not Luke & Tina, THAT’S For Sure!

Mountaineer Tiny Home with Rooftop Deck 001a
Patrick Treadway Photography

Just to answer to that claim, Luke and Tina — both of whom work as engineers — designed a 204 sq. ft. solar-powered tiny home on wheels themselves and hired a contractor (from Daystar Tiny Homes) to build it. The home, which resides on a 40 acre farm on the foothills of Mt. Hood, features a living area, two lofts, a bathroom, kitchen, and plenty of storage throughout, while the rooftop balcony accessible via a small hobbit door from the sleeping loft. Continue reading Who Says ‘Tiny Homes’ CAN’T Have Roof Decks? Not Luke & Tina, THAT’S For Sure!