Tag: humour

The Simpsons ‘do’ Apple…

I love my Macbook, iPod(s), iPhone, Time Capsule and pretty much everything Apple. But despite (or perhaps, because of) that I do find this Simpsons parody very funny:

‘Steve Mobs’, ‘iPhonies’ and devices ‘glowing to confirm they’re off’ indeed. Great stuff! :-p

(via MacRumors via Macenstein)

Knowledge vs Experience

After attempting (fruitlessly, it would seem) to show the importance of experience and context in the edublogosphere, I can’t help but poke some fun at myself with today’s daily Dilbert cartoon:

Dilbert is © Scott Adams (Dilbert.com)

Facebook in the future?

Pensionbook (click to enlarge)

The demographic of Facebook is predominantly people in their late 20s/early 30s. One has to wonder what we’ll be discussing and how we’ll be interacting in, say 30-40 years’ time. Have a look at the image above. It made me chuckle. Original here on Flickr. 🙂

Great Ideas

The idea behind this cartoon so neatly encapsulates some of the frustration I feel sometimes that I wanted to keep this cartoon for future reference. So though I might as well share it here:

Great Ideas

(by Hugh MacLeod at gapingvoid, via Joyce Valenza)
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Demotivational posters

I came across some demotivators, reminiscent of despair.com, yesterday. Here’s my favourites:

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My favourite lolcats

Although I enjoy geeky things, I’m always a bit wary about admitting to the fact. Lolcats being a case in point: cute pictures of cats with witty txt/geek-speak captions. However, now that they’ve gone mainstream courtesy of an article in TIME magazine, it’s OK. If you’ve no idea what I’m talking about, check out the Wikipedia article and icanhascheezburger.com. Here’s my 3 favourites:

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Death by Powerpoint

Death by Powerpoint

Powerpoint is, or at least can be, a wonderful tool. I use it all the time in my teaching. However, it seems to bring out the worst in people. I’m sure I’m not the only person to have physically cringed when those-who-should-know-better have thrown up a slide and then proceeded to just read from the screen. I can read, thank you very much. Erm, yeah… I learned to read when I was about 3, thanks… Read more →

Ralph Wiggum: boy genius

Go banana!

Photoshopped animals

Ah, the wonders of Photoshop… (click to enlarge)

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