I believe there’s little more that I can say apart from wtf?.
“These Czech animatronic statues realistically urinate on the trough before them, moving their hips and organs in concert.”
“Visitor can interupt them by sending SMS message from mobile phone to a number, displayed next to the sculptures. The living statue then ‘writes’ the text of the message, before carrying on as before.”
Now, THIS is a home theatre “system”.
Woke up this morning and the DSL router was synchronized at 2Mbps/320Kbps.
Not that BitTorrent goes any faster (since the uplink speed is the same), but having an extra 1Mbps downlink for “free” can’t be too bad ;)
I know I’ll be just one more guy blogging this today, but what the heck.
Fernando Alonso, F-1 2005 World Champion. And he deserves it, thumbs down. He’s been the most regular, intelligent and effective pilot of the year, with a few strokes of a genius. I’m very happy he’s done it; hes got now a place in History. And most importantly, he’s made me live F1 in a way I almost had forgotten… just like years ago when I lived MotoGP the same way.
Congratulations, big boy!
(Photo linked from Marca)
At last, the second season of “Lost” premiered last night… in the United States, that is. This morning HDTV TVRips were already available on the ‘net (undubbed and without subtitles, though, but wth) so… this morning I put it on the BT download queue while having breakfast, and it was here at lunch time. You gotta love this broadband times…
I will not elaborate too much, anyway. To sum it up: GREAT. Can’t wait for next week.
Today, some information about the next-gen console from Nintendo (dubbed “revolution”) has appeared. More precisely, information about the controller. Some of the predictions are correct (it is wireless and has gyroscopic sensors), and others were not… for example, the way it looks. The first look invariably produces both a “wtf?” and a “what is that, a DVD remote??”. Boy, was it completely unexpected.
Also, you can attach different sub-controllers to the primary one in order to control different types of game (i.e. a thumb joystick). Weirdo.
However… maybe Nintendo actually DOES know what they’re doing. Nintendo is the video game manufacturer that’s more focused in new kinds of games and new ways to play. You don’t get me? Ok then; watch this video.
Can you say “Lightsaber”?
Got a PDA or Symbian (i.e. Nokia) phone? Then you can have your sudoku fix anywhere.
I’ve tried the Symbian proggy in my n-Gage and it works great.
I’m burning right now the 100th “movies” DVD, at an average of 5 movies per DVD. Maybe I should start watching them at once…
BTW, this is the 100th post of this blog too. Yay! :)
I just can’t wait to find out what’s down there (among many other things). Alas, 21st of September is almost here… time to fire up that bittorrent clients!