Jan 26 2012

The Final Countdown: Geek Photo Updates, Unexpected Songwriters and Next Gen Xbox Details

Published by at 4:00 pm under Best of the Web

Go here to see geeky modifications of classic photos.

“Making “piggyback art” requires taking a pre-existing work of art and adding to it, which is the best possible use for the paintings at Goodwill (and I have the crappy landscape painting with Cthulhu added to it hanging on my wall to prove it). Alex Gross has applied this piggyback art aesthetic to antique cabinet card photographs, transforming these vintage photos into his “Heroes, Villains, and Monsters” series.”

The Countdown

Hit songs written by unexpected people – [Cracked]

New details emerge about the Xbox 720 – [Insert Coin]

The biggest picture of earth, ever – [Neatorama]

Iron Sky trailer equals Space Nazis – [FilmDrunk]

Amanda Seyfried looks good in retro – [HollywoodTuna]

The Mushroom Kingdom like you’ve never seen it – [GeeksAreSexy]

How Evangeline Lily will ruin The Hobbit – [Pajiba]

Optical Illusions to blow your mind – [theChive]

Know your Hunger Games characters – [UGO]

10 funny real life pop up notifications – [SocialHype]

A ridiculous hacked Super Mario level – [GamerToob]

Today’s girl is Genesis Rodriguez – [Maxim]

A Goonies/Game of Thrones mashup – [ToplessRobot]

 





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  • Skeebo

    Why would the next game system be dependent on disc?

    Why not release the games, either completely digitally, or on some sort of solid state drive?

    Fuck they’ve got microSD cards up to at least 32Gb and full sized usb drives that can hold hundreds of Gbs.

    The write limitations don’t matter b/c it is a write once setup, you can put ALL sorts of ditigal protections on it, and actually, you could truly update the game files themselves (scratch my write once statement) instead of storing all the updates on your local system.

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