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So here I am sitting on my ass in my new flat browsing
On the 19th September, on a school night, in a little pub near the all so trendy area of Hoxton/Shoreditch in East london, it was the first
Handheld videogames, multiplayer madness and sweet, sweet game-related music to the backdrop of DY's anti-traditional nu-future night.
And it certainly was that! A nice mixture of DS's and PSP's was on display through out within the rather charming pub, The Macbeth. Our group arrived fairly early before the intended time of 9pm to do some warming up before hand. The real party kicked off closer to 10pm when the 10 player bomberman kicked in on the projector. As one would hope, it was mayhem! There is just something about playng bomberman with a bunch of people. Ofcourse the DS players were near the pool table at the back of the pub enjoying some rather loud games of tetris and mario kart as well. Gotta love it!
There was also much merriment of chit chatter between a whole host of different characters with different interests in gaming including a Phd student in games of some sort (hi allie!), a Gamestation store manager (hey Daniel!) along with his posse and the famous
All in all, a damn great night and round of applause for the organisers. Can't wait for the next one!
PS it would have been a better night if it wasn't for the fact my camera's memory card corrupted and I lost ALL my pictures I took!!!! Not happy joey at all (
I have just
I have never been much of a sports person, but would just wanted to dedicated this post to the great rally driver, Colin Mcrae. Over the weekend he, his son and 2 friends crashed in his helicopter returning to his home. A tragic accident by all accounts and my thoughts go to the family.
Bit lacking on what to blog about today. So I decided to pick some random photos from Flickr.
Every once in a while, just when I pull some decent beats on level 5 of Tetris on the DS. I find people like the following....
If you get bored at the beginning, check out the last quarter of the clip.
The other day I was at the very excellent
I was sitting in the pub with a fellow geeky friend, Dave Knipik, and he was explaining how he would like to use a photo of mine on
There are many licnese are
On Flickr you can access this by:
- You->Your Account
- Privacy & Permissions tab
- Clikc on "edit" of What license will your photos have
Dave also kindly pointed out that there were many people out there who hunt for stuff under the creative commons license. So if you fancy having more of your Flickr stuff in the world of work. Go for it!
It was once said that great wisdom can be found in a few short sentences, well this aren't particularly great but has a little bit of humorous insight into the the next gen consoles. Brilliant.
Yesterday was the first meet up of the London Blog Drink in a cozy pub called the
The night turned out to be a real blast with a mix bag of people, though quite a large amount of the French contingent! Blogging about various subjects from architecture, foreign perceptions of us Brits, Web 2.0/social media etc. Had a good old chin wag with a nice fella, Peter, on Ruby then attempting to convert with Sanderine/Peter on the merits of the Nintendo DS, LinkedIn, traveling in asia, the uptake of the new net age in France plus ermm...much more. The Erdinger had something to do with the memory, I forget what. However I do remember being the first outing of my
Anyways, can't wait for the next one scheduled sometime in October. Check out
Oh me gawed! if there was ever a cooler thing then a REAL life transforming cosplay thing, then I obviously had not seen it yet
Currently listening to: a chill out album, Suela (Lo Fi Mix)-In Credo