Red Pill or Blue Pill?

January 28th, 2011 | Geek, Internet Marketing, Random | | Comments

Pretty sure this rabbit hole leads to a viagra or porn site.

PacMan

January 8th, 2011 | Geek, Random | | Comments

I haven’t posted anything awesome in a while… so… here’s something.

It’s First Down, I Can’t Believe It!

September 4th, 2010 | Geek, Life, Sports | | Comments

Seeing this GIF really brought me back to the days of my Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Seemed like every sports video game had at least one play that was unstoppable. They play if executed properly would always result in a touch down, home run or goal. I vividly remember Joe Montana’s Sports Talk Football, and utilizing the Fake Punt or Fake Field Goal on first down, resulting in a long Touch down. The voice over announcer would proclaim “It’s First Down and I Can’t Believe it… It’s a Fake…” I could spend the entire game executing the same two plays and dominating friends or the computer. The NHL ’94 side-ways…

The Force is with the Padres…

August 28th, 2010 | Uncategorized | | Comments

30 some odd games left and the Padres have the best record in the National League, Best overall ERA and Bullpen ERA. But the source of the ERA’s power may of just been revealed. The bullpen features…Heath Bell, Mike Adams, and apparently Yoda.

RIP Don Coryell

July 1st, 2010 | Chargers, R.I.P., Sports | | Comments

Today the Charger family lost one of if not the greatest San Diego Chargers Coach. He was one of the most influential NFL coaches of his time, and although he never brought one a Super Bowl ring, his coaching style and strategies are used by many NFL today. Don Coryell (October 17, 1924 – July 1, 2010) was a former American football coach, who coached in the NFL first with the St. Louis Cardinals from 1973–1977 and then the San Diego Chargers from 1978-1986. He was well-known for his innovations to football’s passing offense. Coryell’s offense was commonly known as “Air Coryell”. He was inducted into the San Diego Chargers…

LOST Finale

May 24th, 2010 | Geek, Life | | Comments

Last night’s Lost finale was quite the marathon. 2 Hours of Cast / Writer Interviews with clips reviewing all the main characters, followed by the two and a half hour final episode. The entire night was pretty awesome. The final episode was well put together and through the focus on the characters once and more importantly their connections. The review served as a great reminder of the characters and their development over the six seasons, so when the final episode was aired, each characters story came to life, like the flashing of their memories. The entire even was such a feel good experience, with most of the castaways meeting in…

User Experience or Revenue

May 13th, 2010 | Internet Marketing | | Comments

Weighing the User Experience of your visitors and the revenue needs of the website is balancing act internet marketers address on a daily basis. One could say the best user experience web page is devoid of marketing and advertising providing your users with the information they are exactly looking for. Unfortunately without revenue its difficult to maintain and justify the cost of the maintenance and creation of the web page providing the information. The best revenue web page would be filled with advertising in the form of banners, sponsored links, and even pop-up/unders . Unfortunately, most people are not looking for the services advertise and bounce fairly quickly. There is…

Padres – 32 games In

May 12th, 2010 | Padres, Sports | | Comments

So after 32 games the MLB season is about a fifth of the way through and the San Diego Padres are in a place where they ey and the rest of the general population never expected them to be, in First Place. Are the Padres that good or is the division that bad? Padres ARE good The Padres have achieve the 20 win mark on the back of their pitching staff and speed on the bases They boast one of the lowest starter ERAs and lowest bullpen ERA thus far. If I remember correctly the bullpen has only lost 2 or 3 games this season. That’s pretty tough for another…

SIXTHREEZERO – Beach Cruiser

April 26th, 2010 | Life | | Comments

So last week Brandie and I went out to look at beach cruisers. With a tax check arriving next week, we took it a step further and just purchased a pair. Originally when I set out to buy a beach cruiser I started going through countless Craigslist classifieds of stolen beach cruisers for sale. So many different shapes, sizes and states of disrepair. I thought it would be fun and economical to buy a cheap used one, sand it down to the frame and do it up right. After visiting BeachBike.com‘s shop in San Diego, those thought were quickly dismissed. Kinda… I found a SixThreeZero Urban Man 3 Speed. I…

MLB 2010 Predictions (late)

April 14th, 2010 | Padres, Sports | | Comments

Completely blew it again. I missed posting my predictions by opening day, and now about a week into the season here they are: Shane’s Predictions National League West: Giants Rockies Padres Dodgers Dback Central: Cardinals Cubs Reds Brewers Pirates Astros East: Phillies Braves Marlins Mets Nationals American League West: Angels Mariners Rangers Athletics Central: Twins Whitesox Tigers Indians Royals East: Yankees Redsox Rays Oriels Blue Jays Mike’s Predictions National League West: Dodgers Rockies Giants Dbacks Padres Central Cardinals Cubs Reds Brewers Pirates Astros East: Phillies Braves Marlins Mets Nationals American League West: Angels Rangers Mariners Athletics Central: Twins Whitesox Tigers Indians Royals East: Yankees Redsox Rays Orioles Blue Jays