Because I’m a giant loser who thinks that analyzing apache logs is an awesome way to spend a Friday night, I’ve noticed a huge upswing in the amount of traffic coming from IP addresses in China – to the degree that it’s actually eating up huge amounts of bandwidth.
I’m pretty sure that reading YouTube comments actually gives you cancer. At the very least, it will cause you to seriously question your faith in humanity. Thankfully, TannerStoke has the answer.
If you’re a Twitter user, you may find yourself in a position where you want to ask your followers a question. The asking part is easy – just tweet it – but keeping track of and quantifying those answers can be tricky, especially if more than a few people follow
Baron von Brunk, the same crazy sonofabitch that gave you the amazing Nintendo Game Boy Transformer made out of Legos, now brings to the universe a gigantic functional NES controller. Made out of Legos. Of course.
This is a Nintendo Game Boy with Tetris. That transforms into a fighting robot. MADE OUT OF LEGOS. The *batteries* made out of Legos become the laser blasters on the robot. The Lego Tetris cartridge transforms too. Are you fucking kidding me?
If your company is anything like mine, you probably spend too much time in meetings. And you may even have meetings about how to be more efficient in meetings, and more meetings to emphasize how we are scheduling too many meetings.