From the "we live in a cave on a distant planet" department comes Official Meeting Facilities Guide's magazine "OMFG". Now right there on the cover it indicates that they have a website (also omfg.com) which 1. I am surprised was not already taken by me, and 2. might indicate that maybe somebody involved would be internet savvy enough to realize that the name you have chosen is horrible. They were probably sitting at the boardroom table kicking around ideas for a name, and had them narrowed down to "LOL", "WTF", "STFU", and "ROTFLMAO" before finally just going with the classic "OMFG".
Magazine Creators Not Familiar With Internet [neatorama]
Because Avatar has effectively rendered 2-D obsolete, this month's Playboy will feature a 3-D centerfold. Just don't forget to take the glasses off before leaving your bedroom or we'll all know what you were doing in there!
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This is a call to Verizon in which neither of the two customer service reps that get on the phone can distinguish the difference between $0.002 and 0.002Â¢. Thank God that wasn't me, because I would have shot a laserbeam out of my eyes and accidentally killed the cat. No, I d... / Continue →
Here at Geekologie we've seen gaming tattoos, laser-etched tattoos, a dude with a Zune tattoo, and even eyeball tattoos. And here comes another installment of geeky ink. Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell, they're all here, along with a few others. Make sure to hit the jump and ... / Continue →