A little while ago, Google Talk implemented user images, and Gmail is now rolling out the same functionality. If you attempt to upload an image using the Gmail settings panel, Google warns you: "You can upload a JPG, GIF, BMP, or PNG file. (Do not upload pictures containing celebrities, nudity, artwork or copyrighted images.)"
That's a problem for me. Why? Because, as my vast blog reader base knows, I am a celebrity, and am therefore prohibited from uploading my own picture. Man, it's not easy being famous.
The screenshot of Pendulumeca doesn't look like much, but this flash game from Japan sure is addictive. You control a little robot, but the goal is to swing like spiderman without falling on the spikes.
It takes a few games to develop the technique, so don't give up. I've gotten to level 4 with a score above 2000, at which point the ceiling tiles begin to become very sparse. Good luck!
Update: Just a warning: you will be killed by a laggy interface at some point. Such is life.
My friend Matt got involved in the "Chinese American history and genealogy program" known as "In Search of Roots". He was on Good Morning America today, and I put the video up on YouTube. If you watch carefully, my sister makes a cameo.
Arthur Magazine: I’M NOT TELLING PEOPLE TO GO JOIN THE MILITARY AND THEN NOT KNOWING WHAT THE MILITARY IS DOING.
Godsmack: I don’t tell people to go join the military!!
YOU DON’T THINK USING YOUR SONGS –THE POWER OF YOUR MUSIC, WHICH YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT—HAS AN EFFECT ON THE PEOPLE THAT HEAR IT WHEN IT GOES WITH THE VISUALS THAT THE BEST P.R. PEOPLE IN THE WORLD USE?!
Oh man, are you like one of those guys that agrees with some kid that fuckin’ tied a noose around his neck because Judas Priest lyrics told him to?
YOU WERE TELLING ME HOW POWERFUL YOUR MUSIC WAS, AND WHAT AGE THE PEOPLE ARE THAT LISTEN TO IT. AND YOU MUST HAVE THOUGHT, ‘WELL THE NAVY SURE THOUGHT IT WAS USEFUL.’ SO YOU TELL ME.