Posts tagged "humor"
Something about the simplicity of the characters made me laugh even by the fourth panel.
(cross-posted from my Google Plus profile)
I know this is old news for some. After watching Extra Credits, I tried out The Stanley Parable. It’s an interesting commentary on games, but packaged as a Source engine mod. It’s free, so it’s worth a look, if that suits your fancy.
This made me chuckle more than it should have. Hooray for memes!
Just watched Scott Pilgrim again a few days ago. It continues to grow on me.
Because vacuum tubes are awesome.
This is amazing. I approve. :D
One does not simply FTP into Mordor. :D
When you have a bug in an enterprise program, money is lost. When you have a bug in a graphics program, art is created.
I’ve been working on rewriting parts of the raytracer I wrote in Go in x86-64 assembly. The test model I’ve been using is Suzanne, one of the primitives in Blender. Needless to say, something in the assembly code is not right, but it’s the first actual image the raytracer has spit back since I removed the pure Go implementation of the ray/triangle intersection code.
I giggled a little too much at this.
I used this code in some systems programming work. It actually does something useful.
One of these is Mark Zuckerberg; the other is of me. Mark Zuckerberg photo courtesy of Wikipedia.
I find this rather amusing. If you write Hello, World in Python in the sand, does that make it sand-script? :P
Now I’ve got an 0xE to Valgrind.
I love hating Java.
For all of my engineering friends out there, I share this comic with you. :) (You may have to click the image to make it larger, it’s kinda hard to share comics of this size).
A DOS prompt makes me sad. A bash prompt elicits unbridled joy in my heart.
The above quote came out of a rather interesting discussion in my early morning programming lecture.
And as stated above, this is my 100th post! I’d like to thank my kind readers and followers for making Zombie Zen a wonderful experience. To celebrate the occasion, I thought I’d send along a picture!
HOPE YOU LIKE FINGER CONTORTIONS. :P
The second rule of Tautology Club is the rule that comes after the first rule.
While I was walking past the Math & Science building at my school, I saw a rally that was starting to get very heated. I stopped and listened and found out that the speaker was advocating to make Pi Day an international holiday. MLIA
Alan Moore knew that Twitter was evil. :)
Who watches the Twittersphere? by Ross Light is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
If you have not seen this video, you need to. NOW. And then you need to see it again. And again. And again. And again. And again and again! [whack]
I love Google’s autocomplete; it reads my mind. :)
I wish there was only one Highlander.
GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra: The evil plan is to set up the franchise for a sequel.