OakoAk isn’t your typical street artist. His work isn’t a political or sociological commentary on life and he doesn’t spend hours on end painting extravagant murals. Like Sandrine Estrade Ball, another street art has humor built into them, they take what the city gives to them and creates a witty st
Linus has announced the release of the 3.0
kernel. “As already mentioned several times, there are no special
landmark features or incompatibilities related to the version number
change, it’s simply a way to drop an inconvenient numbering system in honor
of twenty years of Linux. In fact, the 3.0 mer
Last year I had a little run-in with the town authorities over my garden. Fortunately, it ended well. However, for other people around the continent troubles with the local lawn nazis seem more severe, possibly involving jail time! Some of you may have heard of the woman in Oak Park, Michigan who fa
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has signed a bill that
officially classifies beer as alcoholic.
Until now anything containing less than 10% alcohol in Russia has
been considered a foodstuff.
Advertise here with BSAOne of my all time favorite ad campaigns is the one from Absolut Vodka with the creative ads that started to pop up back in the 80′s. In fact, it was probably those specific ads that got me interested in advertising in the first place. I just love all the creative ways they in
With all that’s going on in the world today, stress relief is very important so why not have some fun with it. The Infectious Disease Stress Balls come in several colors and offer you a chance to squeeze some stress out of your daily routine as you pretend that your hand is being consumed by a rare
We’ve written about Damn You Auto Correct before, namely because it managed to eloquently capture the modern zeitgeist of text-based communication failures. I mean this stuff sucks! Just this morning I sent a dm to the wrong person because of Seesmic autofill text and just two hours later had to del
Too funny to un-friend, Failbook.
Extremely detailed knock-off Apple retail stores, complete with blue t-shirt-wearing employees claiming to work for the company, have been discovered in China.