Monday, June 16, 2008

Not Pictured: Spandex

Bug testing a game is not the same as playing it, and I've found that my job does not significantly cut into my desire to play video games for recreation. The logical part of my brain, however, feels that a minimum of eight hours per day is more than enough. Why, then, do I feel that is acceptable to watch TV or browse the Internet?

Maybe it's because the Internet provides me with very old pictures of experimental transportation:

7 comments:

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Jake said...

Oh, stop. You guys are embarrassing me!

Do I attract the kindest scam-artists, or what?

Anonymous said...

I going to trade in my rollerblades. Do they sell these at Target?

Jake said...

I wouldn't know. I got out of that scam ages ago.

Sister on wheels said...

Speaking of outdated technology, have you heard of the Mundaneum?
It's pretty cool -- a museum about an early take on the Internet:
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/17/science/17mund.html?ex=1371441600&en=dcb3569538ca10b7&ei=5124&partner=permalink&exprod=permalink

Jake said...

Pretty cool, indeed!