Jedi Breakfast. Watch it. Laugh. For real.
Sitting at home on a Saturday night gives a funny feeling these days. Most Saturday nights I am surrounded by my friends at a bar, having laughs and winding down from the week I’ve just had. It’s usually a lot of fun, but it costs a lot of money and usually causes a bit of trouble and sometimes I’d just rather be at home geeking out or visiting Mik. Unfortunately I didn’t think early enough to call Mik, but the point remains that I spent the Saturday just gone chilling and geeking out.
I haven’t gotten on MSN and chatted to friends in such a long time. Having a chat to Kevin really made me realise what a great friend I have in him and it felt good to just have a few laughs with him and catch up. Personally, the highlight of the conversation was the finish:
Also had a nice chat with Selina (sundayx), the sweetest and most beautiful London girl there is, she is honestly fantastic!
Just put the finishing touched on MMdN , my latest online project. After letting http://www.mitchmalone.com/ expire and become a flower shop (wtf?) I have decided to register the new domain http://www.mitchmalone.name/ instead. The new site is purely a résumé and will soon become a portfolio of my online works and projects also.
Looked at some design ideas for the future of bananas on toast. I am looking at taking the website back to code and completely redesigning the interface of it, including some exciting new ideas to make the site prettier and easier to navigate. This will be a long time down the track, but it’s exciting none the less.
3. General Geeking Out
Playing PSP, downloading lusic on iTunes, watching Prison Break re-runs on my PC, reading geek news websites, packing my bag full of mp3 goodness for work and watching (oh no, run!) Star Trek.
Oh yeah, it was a good night.
Stopdesign has some useful Google calendar tips. If you are a Google Calendar user like myself, you should check it out.
iScratch should be an awesome application for scratching iPod music when it’s running alittle better and I have the courage to install Linux on my iPod.
meebo.com is an instant messaging website that allows you to log on to AIM/ICQ, Yahoo!, Jabber/GTalk and MSN simultaneously! Really good for those times when you don’t have access to your own PC or Thumbdrive!
Vitamin is a design site similat to ALA, looks really good!
Orbitfiles looks like a kick ass way of storing mass data online, check it out. Personally I can’t wait for Google to release their anticipated “G-Drive,” it should be awesome!
Star Trek to Return with Mission Impossible: 3 Director at Helm. ‘Nuff said really.
The Great News Network is a website that specialises in only good news! Given the depressing nature of CNN and such websites, it’s a refreshing change to see some positive news!
Google has launched a really cool sounding Da Vinci Code competition! I’m signed up, although I doubt my chances are too good.