Archive for July, 2007
July 25th, 2007

Sure, Guitar Hero Encore: Rock the 80’s may be occupying all of your ax jamming attention this week (ax jamming? Did I just write ax jamming?), but don’t forget to look forward with rocker-ly glee to the release of Guitar Hero III–not just because it’s sure to be full of more songs that make you […]

July 25th, 2007

Talk about a confusing headline. Still, this Human Brain Cloud game developed by 2D Boy is kind of awesome. Basically, the site spits out words, and you just type in whatever words come to mind in response. The game then takes everyone’s responses and makes an association web. Perhaps not surprisingly, the game’s maker has […]

July 24th, 2007

Yes, the mother of all things housewife has gone and made the mother of all game cakes. Granted, as game cakes go, the Wii cake that graces the cover of the Martha Stewart themed issue of Wired (yes, you are reading those words correctly) isn’t particularly original, but it is characteristically perfect. Aside from the […]

July 24th, 2007

As of yesterday (that’s Monday, July 23rd), I’ve become a real person. Well, at least a real Village Voice person. I still can’t cook to save my life and the idea of paying taxes makes me dizzy. Anyways, I’m here at the Voice full time now, which means more blogging, more column-ing, more all around […]

July 23rd, 2007

Last month Playboy sent out a press release announcing the opening of a Playboy Island in Second Life. The island, shaped birthday-cake-style like the traditional bunny head, will not only house a Playboy-themed retail store and “will also offer Second Life residents the chance to connect with the brand through a variety of events and […]

July 23rd, 2007

American Apparel. Home Depot. The list goes on. Setting up shop in Second Life has become the new most popular way to get your retail store into the news. Personally, I’ve always been skeptical of chains plopping down a capitalist tentacle into a cyber community. Then again, who am I kidding? Second Life, like any […]

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