Bloggaday 203 – “Like” Boxes pt 2
I started the .5’ers because of the Piccaday (here http://thepiccaday.blogspot.com/). Back in days gone by, I would take a normal, everyday picture. Then I would take a more stylized picture because taking a normal picture every day is booooooooooriiiiiiiing.* I was going to put all of my .5 (what I called the second picture of the day) pictures here, but I ended up just kind of fusing the two together, so it never really took off.
Two and a Half Men
Ahh, Under the Dining Room Table by Richard Gobbler. Two and a Half Men is a great show. Unfortunately, it’s been on a steady decline the last few seasons. But I remember the good ol’ days of the first 3 or 4 seasons. That’s how I’ll choose to always remember it.
Jake Bible's Wasteland
Am I a deader? A zealot? Am I a cult member? Perhaps a desciple or a stomper or even a shondaleer. I don’t know what his fans call themselves, but I am one. He put out the first “drabble novel” where everything is written at 100 words at a time before there’s a cut. It makes for a good pace when you have zombies in giant, 3-story battle mechs, and don’t get me started on stomper. Free as a podcast.
My sister touted How I Met Your Mother for a while before I finally started watching it. Bah! Definitely up there as one of my favorite shows now, so I’m happy I finally got into it. Besides from how funny the show is, they really get new marketing and all of that. All of the awesome stuff like the music video they did for the couple’s night and the video resume is actually on the web. I never called it, but I imagine the phone number NPH held up during the super bowl had some kind of message on it.
The Cabbage Merchant
The Cabbage merchant is a minor character you see occasionally on the animefied American cartoon, Avatar: The Last Airbender. He’s just awesome. Him and Sir Frothers are kind of the same, both pretty awesome.
With Jake Bible, I didn’t what to call myself, but Sigler, I know I’m a dirty, Dirty junkie. Podcast author with a major publishing house contract and his own inprint.
Rock Sugar combines good, hard rock music with pop music. The combination is brilliant and you end up songs like Don’t Stop the Sandman, the mashup of Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing and Metallica’s Enter Sandman.
Under the Dining Room Table by Richard Gobler
I think I put this somewhere in my profile, so it just kind of put in my “like” box automatically.
A great iPhone game that I haven’t played in a couple of months. It was great fun while it lasted though.
Well, it looks like I’m pretty much at the end of another Bloggaday. Remember, I’m switching the format. There won’t be another Bloggaday until NEXT Sunday, but I’ll post 7 of them next week. Until then. Have a good week.
Exit stage right to my corner of the interweb > \/
http://twitter.com/daviddysart Plaster Caster Twitter Strutter
http://daviddysart.tumblr.com/ Hung My Head in a Tumblr
http://thebloggaday.blogspot.com/ A Little Less Conversation and a Whole Lotta Love
http://www.facebook.com/thedaviddysart?ref=sgm If I Never See Your Face Again
http://www.youtube.com/user/DavidDysart Still deciding to try to capture it or let it slip
For the Piccaday
http://s1000.photobucket.com/albums/af128/daviddysart/Piccaday/ Says I broke it twice, I must have done it half a dozen times
http://thepiccaday.blogspot.com/ Because Yesterdays ain’t got nothing on me
http://www.flickr.com/photos/daviddysart/sets/72157623465996877/ From the nest in the hills chillin’ with Flynt
New to the Bloggaday? These are the essential posts to see
1 The basics
3 Get PWND with story content
73 Mash-up of science and relatable humor? It’s just Bloggaday
85 Deadpan humor and drama, what more can you want?
118 Maybe some practical real world advice drowned in humor.
137 My new favorite segments, the Sotw and PoM with Tom and Chuck
September 5 203
*Boring for those with a short attention spans.