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Top 10 ways to get your submission published on digg’s front page.

  1. Make a Top 10 list of something everybody knows about, but has never been formated into a top 10 list.
  2. Whenever you receive an email forward from your Grandma, be sure to submit it to digg right away. Chances are if your Grandma is sending you something you think is witty, there is no chance it hell it has been floating around the internet for the past 10 years.
  3. Which brings me to number 3. Submit images and or stories that have been floating around the internet for 10 years. Digg users like to think they found something unique. In reality those diggers are probably the same people who instead of using Ctrl(cmd)-C use the drop down option in the menu bar. EDIT > COPY your way to success into a management position today!
  4. Browse Snoops.com, find something that has been proven to be debunked, find the original article on the internet, then pass it off as real.
  5. Become an atheist and digg everything that will show the evil of religion. Because we all know that the extremists of a religion represent how all religious people are. Get extra points with this technique by targeting Scientology or Christians.
  6. Post something about Apple or make fun of an Apple fan boy. This will never ever become old.
  7. Use the following keywords: Kevin Rose, Obama, Ron Paul, DIGG THIS, BETTER DIGG, DIGG RAPED ME WITH THEIR COMMENT SYSTEM, Super Mario, RIAA, OWNED, WTF, FOX NEWS, [pic], LINUX.
  8. Before writing your submission, be sure to close your eyes, tape your fingers together and mash the keyboard with your stubs. If I were to apply this technique to my headline it would look something like, “TOPP!! 10 Wais to get your stuff in the fron page of dig!!!!”
  9. Make sure you are not wasting your time in the first place. Do you really need to submit something to digg? Don’t you have something better to do? Seriously, why am I even writing this stupid list.
  10. When all else fails, try submitting something very original created and or found first, by yourself. This usually involves the most risk as it could result in the people of digg thinking you talk like a fag and drink water like in the toilet.

This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 30, 2008 at 3:55 pm, filed under Funny. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

SHARP to Offer Ultra-thin LCD TV with Wireless HDTV

AMIMON Inc., an emerging leader in semiconductor technology for wireless high-definition (HD) video, has partnered with leading LCD TV manufacturer Sharp Corporation to offer a wireless HDTV link for the Sharp X-Series ultra-thin LCD TVs. AMIMON’s WHDI™ technology, capable of delivering uncompressed HD video streams wirelessly, will simplify the installation of Sharp’s ultra-thin LCD TVs by eliminating the need for an audio/video cable between the TV panel and the separate tuner unit.

AMIMON’s WHDI technology uses a unique video-modem approach to deliver wireless uncompressed HDTV. With a range of over 100 feet (30 meters), through multiple walls and with latency of less than one millisecond, WHDI technology offers universal wireless whole-home HD connectivity with quality equivalent to that achieved with HDMI™.

“WHDI is becoming the technology of choice for wireless HDTV,” said Dr. Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of AMIMON Inc. “With AMIMON’s WHDI technology, consumers can enjoy wireless ultra-thin TV displays that are easy to install and easy on the eyes.”

Sharp’s new X-series models, which come in 37-, 42- and 46-inch screen sizes and are only 3.44 cm thick (at their thinnest part), go on sale in Japan in April. This series adopts a discrete component configuration that separates the display section from the tuner section, and these two sections can be connected with a cable or by using an optional wireless video transmitter unit that employs AMIMON’s WHDI technology.

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This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 29, 2008 at 4:59 pm, filed under Technology. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Dear Recruiters

Lately the hunt for that special employee in the interactive realm seems to be pretty cut throat.

Recently, another recruiter who I will remain nameless at this time, contacted me and my friends in an sleazy manner. It started with a simple. “Hey Eddy – I got your name through FRIEND ONE and wanted to get in touch.” I gave her my response about my current situation and moved on.

A few days later I get an AIM from FRIEND TWO asking me if I knew “RECRUITER NAME”, and if I gave his name to her. Nope.

Come to find out not only did she pull my friends name from my connections (which happens and is fine), but she used my name under false pretenses to introduce herself. And yup, you guessed, she got my name the same way from FRIEND ONE. He had no idea she was using his name under the sly to contact me.

So dear recruiters, we know it is cut throat out there and we do appreciate you aiding in the hunt for jobs. But the Advertising and especially the Interactive Realm is a very small world and word gets around.

So please show a little respect as you go on your hunt.

This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 28, 2008 at 1:34 pm, filed under Blog News. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Banned Cartoon’s from WB

Here is an example of one of the cartoons WB did back in the day when racism was … a bit more out in the open.

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Shiny Mud Balls

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This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 27, 2008 at 11:45 am, filed under Blog News. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Numbered Drawers

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This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 25, 2008 at 10:48 pm, filed under Blog News. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

A Gallery of Beautiful Street Art: 51 Examples

This is a collection of beautiful street art I have collected from around the web. I tried to stay away from Banksy as he is a shoe in. I know these are subjective and there are many more out there that are amazing. But these are the ones that stood out to me.

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Welcome to a world without rules

The new Dark Knight poster.

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Pixel Flow

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The best things in life…

This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 24, 2008 at 9:38 pm, filed under Blog News. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Type Racer ….. Vroom!

A race to the finish. Who can type the fastest yet remain accurate along the way. Both Count!

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Once

Once is probably in the top 3 movies for me this year. If you have not seen it already, go check it out.

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Cloverfield on DVD

“For all its newfangled innovations, the movie shares DNA with similarly themed sci-fi yarns from the 1950s. – Matt Brunson”

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This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 22, 2008 at 7:50 pm, filed under Blog News. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Celebrate 100 Posts on hey with “Top 100 Mac Apps from Chris Pirillo”

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Stumptown – Bridgeport’s Latest Big Brew is a First

“Remember when the only bottled craft beers on the shelf were Redhook, Pyramid and Bridgeport Blue Heron?” asked Bridgeport’s brewmaster, Karl Ockert recently, a bit wistfully. “Those were the days!”

Things certainly have gotten more crowded in supermarket and package store coolers over the years. But with competition comes inspiration.

Take Ockert’s latest brew, Stumptown Tart, Bridgeport’s first-ever fruit-infused beer. “I’ve never done a beer like this before … period,” said Ockert. “It was a real stretch.”

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This entry was written by Tofslie, posted on April 21, 2008 at 9:57 am, filed under Blog News. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

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