Microsoft held an event today to show off the next-gen Xbox, called the Xbox One. It integrates Skype and live TV with the Xbox + Kinect experience. You can read the full press release for the full specs, see executives talk about the Xbox One features, and watch Microsoft and the NFL discuss their new agreement. For games and other aspects to the console, you will have to wait for E3.
I think I might need glasses. It was only a blur and I couldn’t really make out any detail of the console. I guess I’ll wait until after E3 to make an appointment with an eye doctor.
I mean, who wouldn’t want an orbital death ray? Will we start seeing Kickstarter projects for supervillains?
After the state of Kentucky spent over $600,000 coming up with a new state motto, the result was “Unbridled Spirit”. A few guys from Kentucky thought they could do a better job. Now their motto “Kentucky Kicks Ass!” is going viral, in thanks to the state tourism department saying they represented no one. For the project, visit www.kentuckyforkentucky.com
Full story from Tom Fishburne’s Marketoonist.
Just another reminder to say “Thank you, atmosphere” today.
For $50, the SUREswivel pet tie-out seems very well thought out to improve your dog’s enjoyment and safety over traditional tie-outs. It holds 1000lbs of force with its six anchors and the top swivels and pivots in order to prevent your pet from getting tangled up.
The Berners Street Hoax was perpetrated by Theodore Hook in the City of Westminster, London, in 1809. Hook had made a bet with his friend, Samuel Beazley, that he could transform any house in London into the most talked-about address in a week, which he achieved by sending out thousands of letters in the name of Mrs Tottenham, who lived at 54 Berners Street, requesting deliveries, visitors, and assistance.
Mike and Sully from Monsters Inc and the upcoming Monsters University don their milk moustache for this “got milk?” poster.