Your opinion on Public-Option Healthcare

So go on, no matter which way you prefer your spin, tell me what you think.


New sex toy makes you think of Easter… Oooh I’m going to hell for that

Form 2 released a new sex toy that actually gives you a reason to call it a rabbit. I’d go on to explain why, but pictures are worth a thousand words:

C’mon now, I can’t be the only one that thinks it looks like the chocolate easter bunny heads:

So wait… does that mean the easter bunny has been coming onto me all this time??! ¬†Dude, isn’t the Easter Bunny my mom?! *throws up in mouth*

So while I scrub my brain with bleach, check out more @ Gizmodo


So which Droids are *you* looking for?

I’m curious to find out exactly which Android phones everyone’s waiting on. After all, I’m sure my list of which ones are due to hit the market is fairly slim compared to the collective info all the readers have.

So which droid are you waiting on and why? Leave a comment ūüôā


Sony Ericsson gives reason to consider current Wishlist a rough-draft

First there was DROID, and it was good. ¬†Then Sony Ericsson came along and said “Eff that noise, check this out!” and I went “omfg, I think I just creamed my panties!”

If you know anything about anything (and I do) then you know Android 2.0 phones have been rocking the house.

These glorious devices are sleek, sexy, and jam-packed with features.

The Motorola DROID for Verizon made its debut recently and really threw all the gadget reviewers for a loop — it’s Motorola’s first “worth a damn” phone in a long time. ¬†So everyone, of course, got excited and ran out to buy it. But now the other 20+ phones are hitting the market and it’s a site to behold.

So what is it I’m ranting and raving about?? Why, the XPERIA of course. ¬†Here’s a lowdown on the features:

  • 8.1 MP Camera
  • Bluetooth Stereo (Supports MP3/AAC)
  • Twitter/Facebook/Gmail/etc
  • Gesture support (implying multi-touch)

Two videos below, courtesy of Engadget


The Google Chrome Team is RIIIIIIICH (biatch)!

So what’s it like working for big daddy Google? ¬†Well, today would be a good day to ask the Google Chrome development team as they’ve just received one of Google’s most auspicious perks — The Founder’s Award.

The Founder’s Award is a multi-million dollar stock benefits package awarded to teams who have really brought Google some innovation points in their specific market.

It’s amazing to see them giving this out and proof that recent claims by Google that the recession is pretty much done affecting their business strategies for the time being.

Suppose we’ll start seeing more jobs out of the Mountain View office here soon.

You can read more at the official Google Blog (and hey, you know it’s official b/c it’s right in the title… “OFFICIAL”) – http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/11/investing-in-innovation-at-google.html


Adobe to Apple “Ohhellnoyoumuthaf#%&indidnt!!!!”

Adobe to Apple, "Ohhellnoyoumuthaf#$%indidnt!!!!"

To add to the “Steve Jobs is a fool” theme for today… So… you know how you can’t do *ANYTHING* flash related on the iPhone and the iPod touch? ¬†Well, there’s a reason for that, it’s Apple’s fault (I know, I know… I’m not surprised either).

Adobe has been trying to beg Apple to let them in on a Non-disclosure Agreement to get a better look at developing for the devices so they can port Adobe Flash Player to them. ¬†Apple has refused. ¬†So Adobe figured they’d try a more “we’ll just let your customers know this is your fault directly until you agree” approach:

“Flash Player not available for your device. Apple restricts use of tecnologies required by products like Flash Player. Until Apple eliminates these restrictions, Adobe cannot provide Flash Player for the iPhone or iPod touch.”

Honestly? ¬†10 points Adobe. ¬†Now if it’ll only work.

Read more @  http://www.geardiary.com/2009/11/02/adobe-to-iphone-users-want-flash-dont-blame-us/


Terminator to get a new daddy (or mommy)

The Terminator franchise is reportedly being sold… AGAIN. Halcyon bought it some time ago but now they’re in a pissing contest with the hedge fund that loaned them the money and blah blah blah. So basically, someone else (maybe) will be collecting royalties on everything Terminator but the first two movies (you know, that ones that didn’t suck… as much).

This follows up right after everyone’s favorite little Heroes in half-shells were discarded for $60 million. Hey, they traveled through time too.. maybe that’s the link… Watch out Back to the Future/Highlander/<insert time travelling movie here>.

You can read more at http://www.dailyfinance.com/2009/11/02/will-the-terminator-be-back-sci-fi-franchise-could-sell-for/.