More touchscreen bling, etc.

This is pretty cool. A co-worker of mine showed me something similar recently.

On a somewhat related note, I’ve always thought it would be cool to study how much time is wasted moving your hand from your keyboard to your mouse when using your computer. Having multiple screens at work, it seems real inefficient dragging my mouse all over the place. I mean, I do use a lot of hotkeys and stuff, but still. It would be cool if there was some sort of sensor on my glasses that would sense my eye movements and move the cursor on the screen.

What a great game!

Wow. The Bucks vs T’Wolves game last night at the Target Center was awesome. Our seats were pretty good. The game was great — down to the wire at the end.

One cool thing I realized…there are other Bucks fans in the world. I saw at least 4 of them at the game. It was weird being in the minority and having the visiting team win. Sweet. Bango took his rightful place in the back window of the car on the way home.

We took over 100 pictures at the game. I’ll post some of them somewhere.

This kinda thing will be the undoing of the NBA

nba.jpgIf you haven’t seen the brawl between the Nuggets and Knicks, here’s the link.

First off, I’ll hold off about Isiah Thomas. You know what I think about him and his skills as a GM and coach.

This kind of crap by NBA players will be the end of the NBA. Kick all the thugs out. I want to see some skill — some good jump shots, some more stars with 90%+ free throw percentage, some sweet moves night and night out. Mugging guys going to the basket is not skill. I hope they suspend Carmelo “sucker punch” Anthony for the rest of the year — ala Ron Artest. Kick out Mardy Collins, too. Who’s he again?

Butter Joke

Okay, there is this piece of butter, okay. And he thinks, “I’m not doing very well in life so I really want to start making ends meet and progressing.”

So he jumps onto half a slice of bread and he thinks, “Oh yeah, this is quite good, this half a slice of bread. But I still think I could do better in life.”

So he jumps onto a full slice of bread. “This is amazing,” he thinks. “I’m really living the high life.” But he thinks, “I could still go further.”

So he jumps onto a slice of toast and, “This is a very, very comfortable slice of toast.” It’s just like absolute luxury. But he thinks, “I could still go further in life,” so he jumps onto the next thing.

And by now he’s thinking, “Okay, I’ve lived a very good life, I think it’s about time I wrapped everything up,” and he starts to walk away, but his friend calls out, “Oh no, don’t stop now. Youre on a roll.”