Archive for April, 2012
OK OK OK…. this is the first time seeing this trailer… I needed to share!
Do we have any architecture geeks out there? How about anyone into the early 20th century Arts & Crafts movement in architecture? If you are, then you likely know about Ward Wellington Ward and his contributions to the Arts & Crafts movement in Central New York. These photos are of the Ziegler House in Syracuse built in 1915. Along with other Ward Wellington Ward-designed homes, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. Some unique features of the home include a garage which included a turntable so that vehicles would not have to be backed out of the driveway and a Mercer tile fireplace in the living room. As of the 1997 listing, the kitchen was one of very few original kitchens in a Ward-designed home. Sadly, the house sits vacant and is starting to show signs of decay.
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We had a great weekend at the International Auto Show Case in Syracuse NY. Take a look at these incredible photo’s by Eric Payne. His style is the new compliment to the auto enthusiast.
PlayStation gamers are resigned to their firmware updates, regardless of if they happen to be on PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita. Today, Sony revealed that PS Vita in particular would be getting a firmware update, one which will be “released soon.”
Update 1.65 has four minor updates. A new “Notification Alert” option can be found in the Vita’s settings menu, allowing you to turn on and off alerts as you see fit. Power Save settings will get an “After 10 Minutes” option. LiveArea will be updated with a new “arrow icon” that will point out new activities. And the PS Vita’s keyboard will now support a caps lock option.
Nothing exciting, we know… but we figured you should be informed, anyway. Now go play!
Say Hello to the Ford Amatoya. A concept Warthog-inspired fire-fighting vehicle, it is a sexy vehicle that can drench fires.
Designed by Liam Ferguson, the system is similar to an MRAP and is designed to as a quick response vehicle.
… or is it just a real life Blaster Master game?