If you would like to see the world through the lens of my camera with a layer of sardonic commentary applied liberally, follow me on Instagram! Unfiltered, uncensored, and unrestrained by social pressures, as always.
I finally created a web portal on Instagrid, so my desktop readers can see my photos too. I hope you enjoy viewing my content as much as I enjoy creating it!
As Instagram has become available on the greatest of mobile platforms, I too can post psuedo-artsy photos for your enjoyment. Follow “AllanJH” for a constant barrage of semi-interesting photos. DO IT.
A while back I tried to purchase a t-shirt with a slogan similar to this, but the site refused to print it due to copyright issues. Well, I made my own version of the design from scratch, and am offering the design for download in both vector and bitmap formats, because I’m just a nice guy like that.
Download the .svg version, or one of the pre-bitmapped versions below!
QFHD (3840×2160) Landscape Wallpaper. You can crop/resize it to suit your resolution/aspect ratio.
If you have a phone/tablet that you want to use this on, here’s a portrait version. The resolution is 1080x1920, so it’s large enough to crop as needed. I based the size on my HTC Amaze 4G’s screen, and just doubled the dimensions.
The free distribution and non-commercial use of this image is protected under Fair Use legislation. All copyrights belong to their respective owners.
I got this printed on a t-shirt! It’s currently being shipped to me, and I’m going to try to film myself walking into an Apple store wearing it once it gets here! Stay tuned!
Just got my Palm IIIx. With a whopping 4MB of RAM, a square 2-bit electroluminescent grey-scale screen measuring 160px on each side, a 16 MHz Motorola DragonBall EZ CPU, Palm OS 3.1, “Graffiti” text input support, and a stylus. It was all the rage… in 1999.
I got it for $10 off Amazon. I consider it to be an excellent purchase. When I was about 10, this was all I wanted. Forget toys, Palm Pilots were IT. I never grew out of my obsession with technology, and I never will.
Using the Windows 7 Visual Style “Classic AE 2.1,” an old Windows 98 wallpaper, and Windows XP mode so that I can run legacy browsers, I’ve created this abomination.
My v1 Minecraft world! A lot of the stuff is still a WIP, and thanks to SinglePlayerCommands, I’ve managed to construct some amazingly vast structures. Spawnpoint Castle was the first thing I build, and all of the above-ground structure was built by hand. So was the Homestead house; it was copy-pasted from my very first Minecraft world created way back during Alpha.
My favorite single structure is the Floating Castle; built inside of a naturally-formed floating island that I painstakingly hollowed out, bricked up, and am now populating. The Underground City is built underneath a natural ravine and only accessible through an innocuous little hut therein. It only has 3 buildings in it so far, but I’m working on populating it further, including NPC villagers.
I’ve built all of this over the past month or so in my spare time, and I must say that I’m quite proud of the results. I’ll be posting more screenshots as more structures reach completion. Stay tuned, if you’re interested!
Also, if you want to download my world, drop me a message either on here or Twitter. It’s around 100mb, but I can upload it to my public DropBox folder temporarily if you want to use it as a starting point for your world. It comes with warp points for SPC, plus about 7 different maps already made.
You nostalgia, you lose. I also really want to make a replica of one of these now.
(Image source: Strife @ ChexQuest.org Forums)
A couple of knockoff Harry Potter keychains I found for “Hufflepuee” and “Ravenctaw.” I only bought them because they’re so absurd.