Thursday, 18 January 2018

Coolest. Stage. Ever.

Seriously... this is awesome!

From Twisted Sifter: "Check out this incredible floating stage on Lake Constance in Bregenz, Austria. The Bregenzer Festspiele (Bregenz Festival) has become renowned for its unconventional staging of shows. Verdi’s opera, “A Masked Ball” in 1999, featured a giant book being read by a skeleton."

And then Slayer came out and ate everyone's children.


Steampunk Computer Workstation

It runs on dreams.

Cnet gives the rundown: "Bruce Rosenbaum of Massachusetts home restoration firm ModVic literally pulled out all the stops when he built this baroque workstation out of a demolished church's organ. He gutted the pump and innards, replacing them with three monitors, a 3GHz AMD Phenom II X4 945 processor running Windows 7 Ultimate, 3GB of RAM, a 1TB HD, and lots of other goodies."

(Credit: The Steampunk Workshop)

Expect to see them at your local Apple store soon.


New iPad App for Cats

I always heard that NECESSITY was the mother of invention.

MOGULite dishes out the whole fishy story: "Nestle Purina Petcare CEO Patrick McGinnis may have just solidified his legacy. After his company nabbed the top spot for Best Work-Life Balance, according to career analysis group Glassdoor, it’s now unveiled what may be, hands-down the world’s cutest collection of iPad apps (okay, this is our subjective opinion, but still). The three games that Purina brand Friskies has unveiled are designed for cats and mostly involve swirling images and colors. While this may not seem particularly remarkable on its face, the video of cats actually enjoying the games is not to be missed and may cause a cutesplosion. Amazingly enough, Friskies is the first cat food company to unveil this type of iPad app, according to Mashable — although we’re sure that numerous clones will now proliferate."

I believe that elephants should have an iPad app too.


Anti-retroviral drugs "help reduce" HIV transmission

There's nothing funny about AIDS... Now it's time to start raw doggin' again! Yee haw!

BBC had this to say: "An HIV-positive person who takes anti-retroviral drugs after diagnosis, rather than when their health declines, can cut the risk of spreading the virus to uninfected partners by 96%, according to a study."

I know everyone expects mindless derision and satire from me, but seriously... AIDS is no joking matter.

Drugs can reduce the risk of HIV spreading.

BBC means big black cocks... There it is!


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