Geekiness and Nerdiness, and Other Surprises

From Kyle Gabler, co-developer of World of Goo: The Human Brain Cloud: a massively Multiplayer Word Association Game! You will be shown a word. You will type what you first think of. You will be shown another word. You will type what you first think of. Ad infinitum. But it’s fun! The idea is, the […]

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This clock is seriously epic. It appeals to me in all sorts of ways I wouldn’t have thought possible. Here’s the clock without flash: Though 9-√9+.9(repeater) is kinda cheating… at which my Dad pointed out that the mark is actually at the 6.999999999th hour. Admittedly, .9 repeater is equal to 1, but it just feels […]

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Some time ago a maths teacher told me about an amazing program — Stellarium. It’s a free, open source program (which describes a lot of cool software, it seems) that shows the sky for almost any location imaginable – even other planets and their moons. You can also set the time, and turn a bunch […]

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On Monday, 2/6/14, I decided to install Windows 8.1 (free for 8.0 users). After waiting literally an hour or two, it finished downloading and, after waiting another hour for it to restart and set up, and waiting for it to set up my account (no data was lost, if you’re concerned); was it really worth […]

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