I shall nickname it: Breast Cancer Awareness.

Took two-and-a-half weeks for the damn thing to get here, but I specifically wanted the pink one. Partly because it’s a Europe-exclusive colour right now and you can’t get it in Australia, so it’s a little bit special, but mostly for a sentimental reason: the first DS Lite I played with — played with, not the one I had — was pink. That’s basically it.

(The standard colours — grey, blue, red — weren’t that interesting either.)

My new iPod is here.

(Seriously, if it weren’t for my attachment to iTunes and Last.fm, I wouldn’t still be carrying an iPhone.

I just learnt from lyster that Minecraft only runs in 2x mode on Retina Mac OS X. That disappoints me.

Just visited four-day-old Eric.

The classic Apple in a modern ad? Cool.

I suppose you could consider it an extension of the Verses campaign, but off the top of my head, I can’t think of another recent example of Apple running a TV campaign like this. An ad that’s based around its real-world users, having them be the endorsers. Bit surprising.

By the way, this is how I did the lid of my MacBook Pro.

Mashup of Game of Thrones with Lorde’s Everybody Wants to Rule the World, by vampirelayer/jess9191.

I liked the old multiplayer Minecraft world on Alex’s server. So when it got reset, I (just) managed to save it to keep and play with on my own.

That was a few months ago, and I decided to pick it up again this weekend. Now I just need to decide how I’m going to to convert it into my own single-player world; what I’m going to do with people’s old things.

Which builds to keep, which builds to demolish. Leave people’s stuff alone for some sense of history, or reclaim and use them for myself. I’m also thinking of deleting old chunks that haven’t been built in, so that they can be regenerated to include new blocks later down the line.

Considering putting the world on Realms as well after I’ve cleaned it up.

Requesting a proper English version of this song, where he sings “aluminium” instead.

(The lyrics say “aluminum”, but the screen behind him says “aluminium”.)

This morning, Alex finally admitted that he’s a blanket thief.

He’s been stealing my half of the blankie every night.

Caitlin’s iPhone.

I don’t remember actually seeing a proximity sensor before. Neither in person or in pictures.