Bill Gates Respect! Steve Jobs Sexy!

February 11, 2008 / Internet Memes / 17 Comments

I’ve always respected Bill Gates for being successful, realizing his dream and for his charitable causes. But now, it’s mad respect for having a great sense of humor! Below is a video of what may be Bill Gates’ last keynote at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show. Bill Gates is portrayed to be trying hard to…


Edited My Very First Video

February 6, 2008 / Daily Life, Internet Memes / 13 Comments

Though I’ve owned a Mac for 6 months, I’ve never opened iMovie even once. I thought video editing was going to be hard work. I was so wrong. Anyway, I edited a clip of my housemate’s new pet hamster. His real name is Hama, but after we said we’d eat him (Calm down, PETA-wannabes. It’s…


Roiworld Fashion Games

February 5, 2008 / Internet Memes / 44 Comments

Update (Aug 15, 2009): Roiworld Korea has re-branded to Tiniya, while the original Roiworld will become the international site. Tiniya currently doesn’t allow us to play from outside of South Korea. The only way I could think of is to use a South Korean proxy. Here’s a list of proxies for you to try. And…


How Simpsons is drawn in South Korea

January 28, 2008 / Internet Memes / 6 Comments

I’ve always been a big fan of cartoons, and more recently, anime. I’ve never really understood the process of moving away from the drawing board to animating it on the computer. This video from CNN TalkAsia really sums it up. It’s a fascinating process that looks awfully arduous as well. But I love cartoons. I’m…


Ms. Dewey

January 19, 2008 / Internet Memes / 9 Comments

Ms. Dewey is Microsoft’s experiment to create some sort of an interactive search active in a form of a sexy, sophisticated, witty and ever so slightly bitchy woman. Some things she says are absolutely hilarious. And I love how Microsoft tries to get her to respond to as many common searches possible. The poor actress…


Idlelatory Worship

January 17, 2008 / Internet Memes, Reviews / 14 Comments

No, that wasn’t a typo. I recently came across a popular site called idlethink.com maintained by someone called Rachel. It is a quaint site with little content, simple design, but the style of writing is simply breathtaking. She combines succinct language, strategic use of grammar and powerful adjectives to paint a rhetorical picture of her…