V.24 No.28 | 7/9/2015
The Daily Word: Diseases Of The Future
By Robert Maestas [ Wed Oct 7 2015 11:38 AM ]
The great computer race.
Fuel of the future.
V.23 No.5 |
The Daily Word in Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Rob Ford and a leadership change at Microsoft
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 4 2014 11:48 AM ]
And on the 44th day, it snowed.
Is it legal to drink O'Doul's while driving? Probably. Should you? Maybe not.
Albuquerque is no longer one of the top ten cities for film making.
The Southwest Chief may cease running through Northern New Mexico.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman died of a heroin overdose.
There is now a book about Rob Ford.
Crazy in-bad-taste two minute long lawyer commercial that ran in parts of Georgia during Superbowl.
Some former members of Mao's Red Guard are apologizing for their actions.
V.22 No.33 | 8/15/2013
The Daily Word in John Mellencamp, Wayne Bent, Obama and Guillermo del Toro.
By Nick Brown [ Fri Aug 16 2013 8:57 AM ]
John Cougar’s sons were sucking on chili dogs behind the Tastee Freez.
Obama played cards during the Osama bin Laden raid. The intern kept losing, but wouldn’t take her bra off.
A shark ate a lady’s arm in Maui.
Area 51 exists.
Take a peek at Guillermo del Toro’s sketchbook.
Google yanked YouTube access from Microsoft’s Windows Phone app.
Shittens are now available.
Enjoy these pictures of animals wearing clothes.
Albuquerque programmer Sean McCracken wrote the first game for Google Glass. The game involves killing aliens.
Happy birthday, Robert Culp. I don’t believe I’ve mentioned I’m related to Robert Culp. Or perhaps I have!
V.20 No.19 | 5/12/2011
The Daily Word with Southern Arizona Secession, Detroit Crack Pipes, Bin Laden’s Wives
By Adam Fox [ Tue May 10 2011 9:41 AM ]
Now you’ll be able to get fast and convenient homeland security alerts, right to your cell phone!
Civil War II? Liberals in southern Arizona want to secede and form their own state.
No breakfast for you! These Chicago students were denied after wearing the wrong shoes.
You can conveniently buy crack pipes in Detroit gas stations and dollar stores.
A Northwestern University human sexuality class featuring a live sex demonstration is cancelled.
Microsoft to purchase Skype for a record-shattering $8.5 billion.
The United States has been granted access to speak to Osama bin Laden’s numerous wives.
APD officer shooting alert: One dead this morning near San Mateo and Menaul.
This Orthodox Jewish newspaper in Brooklyn edited out Hillary Clinton from the iconic “OMG we got bin Laden!” photo.
For those of you that care, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver split up.
For future reference, 911 is not to be used to make your beer runs.
Whoa! These conjoined twins in China have two heads but share a single body.
V.19 No.24 |
This (Huge) Week In Games 6.18.10
By John Bee [ Fri Jun 18 2010 11:35 AM ]
Video games' biggest trade show, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), was this week, and the vast majority of game news was centered around the announcement of upcoming titles or tech. It looks like there are some gems amid the rough, and it'll be interesting to see how things pan out in the impending hardware throwdown this Fall.
A slimmer and higher storage capacity model Xbox was also revealed. It takes over the top price point, and pushes down the price of each of the other two models by $50. The Xbox Arcade model now costs less than either the Nintendo Wii or DS.
Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski shows off Gears of War 3.
Killzone 3 gameplay demo.
Media Molecule's Alex Evans gave a demo teasing the huge variety of game types we can expect from Little Big Planet 2.
Original Twisted Metal developer David Jaffe is back for the PS3 version.
Sony says it will have at least twenty 3D games available for PS3 by the end of 2010, including both Crysis 2 and Killzone 3.
Warren Spector and Adam Creighton of Junction Point give a live demo for Epic Mickey during the Nintendo keynote.
GoldenEye: 007 returns in a remake. Looks like it's a tiny bit too late.
Isaac Clarke returns to dismember more Necromorphs in Dead Space 2.
Kayne and Lynch 2 looks like it's going to hit the heist gone wrong nail right on the head.
Bulletstorm, the new shooter from People Can Fly (Painkiller) and Epic Games (Gears of War), takes things a bit ridiculously over the top. This is a good thing.
V.19 No.1 |
The Daily Word 01.07.10: Animals in the South Valley, brains in bags, Nick Cage
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Thu Jan 7 2010 7:41 AM ]
Police search for baby mom left somewhere.
Rep. Stupak (D-Michigan) won't cave on anti-choice measures in health care bill.
Albuquerqueans sue funeral homes over being given relative's brain in a bag.
Microsoft something game controller something.
Missing Lotto winner may have been murdered.
Autism mostly found in children of older, educated whites. So, sorry about that, future babies.
Cockfighting ring busted in South Valley.
Pets found left behind in condemned apartments. Boooooo.
California judge OKs the YouTubing of Prop. 8 trial. White Ford Bronco still being negotiated.
Harold Ford Jr., whose previous run for the House was sunk by some pretty nasty (and racist) tactics, may now run for Senate.
It's Nicolas Cage's birthday.
V.18 No.40 | 10/1/2009
Windows 7 … by Ronco!
“Now how much would you pay?”
By Jerry Cornelius [ Thu Oct 1 2009 2:04 PM ]
Mocking the squares at Microsoft for being so entangled in their corporate culture that they don’t know how square they really are—I swear sometimes it’s like shooting fish in a barrel. The blogosphere (hell, the Associated Press) has been mocking this Ron Popeil-style fake-u-mercial on how Microsoft fanboys and girls can best host a House Party™ to promote the glorious arrival of Windows 7. And oh, how easy it is to mock, with lines like: “In a lot of ways, you’re just throwing a party with Windows 7 as an honored guest. Sounds easy … and it is!” Already YouTube is full of video responses. Can a RiffTrax commentary be far behind?
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