Friday, 27 October 2017

Do not touch the crazy.

I'm not sure who this 'Redacted' chap is but he does seem to be worryingly involved in the Kennedy Assassination.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Saturday, 21 October 2017

Hidden Overlords


I have a theory. One I think needs to get out of there before I'm silenced. One that will change how you look at things, one that will change the world.

And what would this theory be?

Japan is under occupation from a race of vending machine shaped aliens. 

They're in the cities.

They're in the towns.

They're in the countryside. 

Ever watching of the people, ever ready to pounce should those under their yoke look at alternative purchasing options. 

And I fear. I fear that they're poised to push out and begin their conquest of the world. To march forth on their stubby little legs, their low centre of gravity rendering them impervious to all but the harshest self defence measures. Watch as our lives carelessly drop from the highest spiral, only to be unceremoniously wedged slightly above the goods retrieval door.  See our currencies separated into those that pass their coin sorting devices and those left to rattle into the rejected coin tray of doom. 

Do not ask what happens to those poor, unfortunate coins rejected by our new overlords. It doesn't bare thinking about.

This is our dark future - one world, crushed under vend.

Know you're enemy. They are coming...

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Windows startup sounds 4000% slower.

Who knew that slowing down the three second Windows startup sound would leave you with something from the soundtrack of a mid budget science fiction movie? Personally I think the 'Windows 2000' works the best. 

Sunday, 15 October 2017

The PFY may live to regret this...

And another link!

Apparently Simon Travaglia's original BOFH stories have moved home. I first read most of these in my late teens at my then employers expense - something I'm not sure I could get away with in today's hyper monitored environments (it also helped that I ran all the tech stuff so, even if I was monitored, it would have been monitored by me!). The early stories are pretty funny and worth going back to skim over, especially if all you're used to is the slightly lesser modern Register versions.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

York Stories

And it's a short one today with just a quick reminder that York Stories is an interesting little site covering the changing face of the City of York.

Sunday, 8 October 2017

Don Hertzfeldt's 'World of Tomorrow'

Apparently Don Hertzfeldt's 'World of Tomorrow' is getting a sequel. The first one was a wonderful little thing that I managed to catch on Netflix at the start of the year but it didn't immediately seem to lend itself to a sequel so I'm quite interested to see where he goes with 'Emily' and 'Emily3' in the next part.

Given I can't find a trailer to Part 2 I shall leave you with the teaser to the original.