Contents tagged with Humor
Drawing inspiration from history, here’s my message to Silverlight developers.
The cursor has a long and storied history. [found via AllTop]
Here’s a funny commercial from Dell about forgotten passwords. Reminds me of my days as a young(er) lad working on a help desk. Kitten Rainbow Magic!
Here’s a cute cartoon of the many faces of a Corgi. The Dogtor made me LOL. Funny read for a stormy Monday afternoon. [found via AllTop]
A sadly accurate depiction of the moments in a programmer’s typical day, if not life.
Late last night, I received an email telling me that my “latest” Windows Phone 7 app has been approved and published to the Marketplace. [direct link]
I put the word latest in quotes, since this app was really the first major WP7 app I started writing.
In fact, I even mentioned I was …
According to the description on YouTube, the person speaking in this video is of a “former IT [income tax] commissioner.” I certainly hope that this is a hoax or the subtitles are wrong: his definition of Cloud Computing involves rain and cell phone batteries have memory inside them.
Leave it to xkcd to spell it out so clearly. Today, I saw one of these where the kid was dressed as a pirate, the father was golfing, and the mother was downing a martini. Are they trying to tell us something?
This might be the most epic t-shirt ever made.
He also says, “Stay thirsty (for unexpected issues in production and have a resume ready), my friends.”
Dorkly has a list of the 15 types of people you will see at a comic convention. [found via AllTop]
Next time, you lose connectivity, here’s a list of things you can do while you wait for it to return. [found via Elijah Manor]
Brilliant, just brilliant. [found via AllTop]
Apparently, the folks at ESPN couldn’t find Wisconsin on a map. Granted, it’s on the same part of the country, but with the wide availability of internet access and Wikipedia, they could do some basic fact checking.
I saw this last night at the local Shoppers store. He was standing next to a fake fireplace, which makes perfect sense given that he’s made of cardboard.
PhD comic expresses in comic infographic form what I’ve been wondering for a while now: there’s not much history on the History Channel anymore. Seems like MTV started a trend. [found via AllTop]
Earlier today, I blogged about common errors in English. One of them is the word: “irregardless” I found this on the internet and it’s just as grammatically valid.
The comic strip Real Life has a great strip that covers what must be a common scene in geek households this Christmas. That, plus I have the same Deep Space Nine ornament.
I saw this on AllThingsD and it’s too good not to share.