I have long enjoyed the webcomic RealLife. The first strip was published on November 15, 1999 and Greg Dean, the author, has been putting out new strips ever since. Though I didn’t start reading the comic until around 2003, I have read every strip. The majority made me laugh, some just made me smile, but some were so hilarious that I decided to bookmark them. And instead of keeping those bookmarks to myself, I will share my favorite RealLife Comic strips with you.
I did not embed all strips directly into this post, because A) that would take up too much space and B) I want to give reallifecomics.com some traffic (and kudos!)
On the topic of nerdiness
Geek Olympics (October 03, 2000)
Can’t Hit Macs (November 27, 2000) (the one you see above)
L33tness (February 22, 2001)
All Your Base (April 13, 2001)
Network Cable (April 19, 2001)
Over-clocked Hamster (April 30, 2002)
Xtreme Spam Deleting (January 21, 2004)
Service Pack 2 (August 13, 2004)
On the topic of games and LAN-parties
UT 2003 (September 19, 2002)
Redeemer (January 10, 2003)
What’s Unreal Tournament? (February 04, 2003)
Counter-Strike (May 24, 2004)
On the topic of food & drinks
Damn (December 29, 2000)
Water. Astounding. (May 20, 2002)
I Won’t Believe That’s Butter! (February 19, 2002)
On the topic of interesting facts
At The Movie Theatre (May 10, 2002)
Human Reaction #243 (January 08, 2003)
On the topic of plain silliness
Weather Phenomenon (February 21, 2001)
The Muffin (December 06, 2001)
End Freeway (June 11, 2002)
Fuego! (February 27, 2004)
I know, these are all pretty old, but the new ones are good, too, I promise! Here’s an example:
Episode VII (October 31, 2012)
Tell me which ones you like best in the comments!
Who would have thought that something as simple as tea could be so dramatic?
Epic Tea Time with Alan Rickman
If you enjoy mastering a videogame to the degree of knowing and abusing every glitch and mechanical anomaly (e.g. strafe-jumping in Quake), or if you’re just plain nuts, you will enjoy this video:
Item abuse 2 TAS in 7:37.83
They make these things tool-assisted for a reason.
Do you have any other similarly crazy videos? Share in the comments! Or just go to tasvideos.org and pick your favourite.
In 2008, an intriguing review documentary-like series of all Star Wars video games was posted on gametrailers.com. I wanted to share these incredible ten episodes with my audience ever since they were posted, but never got around to it. Now that the original videos on gametrailers.com seem to have disappeared, I give you this easy-to-use link by link list of all the episodes.
Tell me what you think of the videos! I find them to be very accurate and rich with Star Wars facts, yet still providing insight to someone who has never played any of those games.
If you never played a Katamari game before, you will find these videos strange, but strangely entertaining.
If you played any Katamari game before, then you will still find these videos strange.
I don’t own a PS Vita, so I can’t vouch for how good or how bad this game is, but see for yourself:
塊魂 ノ・ビ～タ オープニング (Kamatari Damacy Vita Opening)
Touch My Katamari (Goro the Slacker, Ep 1)
Touch My Katamari (Prologue)
As always, thank you joystiq.com for letting me find all these precious videos,… I guess.
According to this Mashable article, the most common – and therefore worst – password is, you guessed it, “password”.
There are more eyebrow-raising and questionable password choices on that list. Read the article if you like, but don’t follow their instructions for creating secure passwords, follow these instructions instead:
xkcd: Password Strength