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Monthly Archives: April 2012
I was poking around Google+ this evening and found that the Create a Google+ Page link was staring at me, as though it was trying to get me to click on it. I ignored it as best I could, but … Continue reading
How much comedy can you stuff into a 5 second short film? That is a question that 5secondfilms.com have answered over 1000 times on YouTube with their sometimes witty, sometimes quirky, and sometimes just plain weird videos. the videos may … Continue reading
Who says Canadians are overly polite? Last weekend we were treated to quite an interesting event: two politicians from opposing political parties duking it out for charity. Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau (on the left) and Liberal MP Justin Trudeau (on the right) got into … Continue reading
Dear Big G, For a company that has “Don’t be Evil” as its motto, you sure have an interesting set of suggestions for my searches… Then again, I guess this isn’t as bad as the auto-completed suggestions others have run … Continue reading
You may have noticed over the past week that we have some new logos on the site. The new netZoom logo was announced last week, and now I’m proud to show you three more logos for other article types we … Continue reading
There are many stories out there about evil, haunted, or monster houses. All stories have a similar theme: the house wants to eat/harm neighbourhood children, and adults are oblivious to the evil house’s true nature. There is one house, however, … Continue reading
The Canadian penny is older than the country itself, and yet as of this fall it will be no more. The Canadian government has decided to abolish the small coin (of which a majority of canadians do not use), in … Continue reading
I remember running home from school so I wouldn’t be late for my favorite TV shows. Science Fiction shows were my favorite. These were the shows that pushed the boundary of the possible, that made you watch in awe and … Continue reading
There’s a new channel launching today on Youtube called Geek & Sundry (said “Geek and Sundr-ee” and not “Geek and Sundr-eye” as I’ve been saying). The channel is the brain child of Felicia Day (of The Guild fame), and currently … Continue reading