Monthly Archives: February 2014


I came across this a while ago and meant to share it sooner. I have a fascination with animation like this, something that tells a story without a word of spoken dialogue and still conveys a message. It is a lot like this gem in that respect. Advertisements

The Father of Modern Warfare & The Military Revolution

“The Father of Modern Warfare and the Military Revolution” History has played host to many great military commanders and generals; brilliant men who have steered the course of history through a combination of brilliant tactics, innovations, and sheer boldness. In his memoirs that he wrote during his exile on St. Helena Napoleon Bonaparte is alleged […]

Russian Daredevils climb the Shanghai Tower

This video is 100% real. 650 meters off the ground with absolutely no safety equipment. One slip or mistake and they’re as good as dead. Some of the photographs they took during their ascent (the climb took in excess of 18 hours) are absolutely stunning. These two ninjas have their own Livejournal page and they really deserve the traffic […]

The Cultured Shark

  I’m not sure what is it about this picture that makes me laugh and smile a little on the inside. The internet turns up some real gems every now and then.

The Best of Skyrim’s Quests

When I first played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim a few years ago I ended up burning out on it, not because it was a dull game or anything, rather because the sheer volume of things to do in the game overwhelmed me – alas I ended up selling it. However, a few weeks back […]