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Eric Ostergaard
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Elevating slacking to an art form.
Elevating slacking to an art form.

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For anyone who is using Chrome and isn't aware of this, be very careful how and where you give permission for websites to use your computer's webcam or microphone.
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Originally shared by +IGN, this contemporized cover of David Bowie's Space Oddity by Canadian Chris Hadfield, Mission Specialist and Commander of Expedition 35 on the International Space Station, is a must-see. Be sure to note the beautiful shots of Earth in light and darkness that are scattered throughout.
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While I was in attendance on the expo floor that Saturday, I personally didn't witness this going down. Still, the behavior of the errant journalist was inexcusable no matter how you look at it.
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I have awesome friends, who prepared this (belated) birthday dinner for me. Oh, and there was also cake. No lie. :)
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A somewhat random blue crate in the hallway becomes a canvas for a Doctor Who fan's drive-by artistic tendencies. It got a chuckle out of me though.
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The resemblance, even without the costume and hairstyle, is amazing. Her other works are equally impressive.
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I loved this game on the PS2 and always hoped it would be re-released in HD on the PS3. This is a day-one purchase for me.
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Watch Dogs was the surprise announcement at this year's E3, presented during the Ubisoft press event. It could be described as the thinking man's GTA, and one I'm going to have my eye on. It's refreshing to see not only a completely new IP being brought to life during an era of endless sequel churn (I'm looking at you, EA and Activision), but that it also seems so ambitious and well-executed. The cynic in me though, keeps reminding me that so many games these days initially have great promise but fail to deliver in their execution, so I'll be following its development closely to see if Watch Dogs can beat the odds. Release is slated for sometime in 2013 at the earliest, its developer (Ubisoft Montreal) adopting a "when it's done" attitude that I wholly agree with.
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Saw this one and had to share.
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