Having just recently finished Borderlands, I went looking for a Claptrap Kindle screensaver image and found none! So, I made one. I just converted a Claptrap image I found online into the Kindle format. Use and enjoy:
Wow – it’s been 7 months since I moved hosts (bluehost to hostmonster) and never got around to migrating the old site over. Sheesh. Where does the time go? Lots of stuff has happened. I may or may not catch up here. Let’s see some things I can think of:
I bought a used white Nintendo DS Lite a while back so I could play games with my daughter. I got a really good deal on it but it was white – not the coolest looking DSL. So, I bought a clear replacement shell from DealExtreme and just installed it today. Took me about 3 hours and was a major pain in the arse (though now that I have done one, I bet I could do a second MUCH quicker and easier). The result is a really great looking DS Lite. Sweet.
Just found an archive of some of my old PC Game reviews for AVault here:
Funny to read those after all these years. I thought about asking them to remove them since they don’t have permission to post them, but who cares really? Cool to see them.
The google charts API is a blast:
Some more text I found that I had written about google charts:
Something you might not know and I just fully realized the potential/fun in these….
Google has a nifty tool for creating on the fly charts/graphs called the Google Charts API. The cool thing is it’s all done in the URL – no server side includes, or programming or anything is needed and it’s pretty easy to do. You can totally customize how it looks and they have MANY different types of graphs and charts.
here is the URL for the chart below:
Might be really useful to liven up a post every now and then. Do you think this idea is:
or is it:
You could make some pretty funny graphs/charts if you wanted. Think of a celebrity blog post about Britney: