PS2: XIII (Thirteen)
Finished this game over the weekend. First-person shooter with occasional stealth levels. All in a cartoon style. The first game I ever bought because of a trailer I saw for it at the movies. The ending, though… where’s the sequel?
A quick stocktake has revealed that I have a great deal of coffee beans, but a bit of a shortfall in coffee preparation glasses.
Now, I have two “vegas” shotglasses to help me make my morning coffee.
[Fast Company] Coke now views market share through an entirely different lens: percentage of your daily fluid intake. Really. The average human being requires 72 ounces of liquid per day. Coke, if you can believe it, now represents 2 of those ounces, globally.
[tracy] A diet plan developed by the CSIRO
[peterme.com] The Unbearable Sadness of Exquisite Eating
A review of the experience had eating at the French Laundry (restaurant)
Google Video Search. Indexing US TV, as far as I can tell. with screengrabs.
Kevin fox asks What’s your Default Face?
Since I came to understand the concept (the expression that’s on your face when you’re not thinking about anything in particular), I’d called it “Screensaver face”. If you’ve had the chance to observe someone from across the room before meeting them, or when you first start working with someone, their screensaver face is a major consideration in your assessment of their character.
Often, in the early stages of getting to know someone, I find it hard to tell if someone is unimpressed with me, or if their screensaver face is somewhat sour. Sadly, this doesn’t seem to work the other way. On the rare occasion that I meet someone who has a happy screensaver face, I just assume that they’re amused by the jokes I’m telling.
The worst part of these assumptions: they’re too trivial to actually talk to someone about.