Seeing Hagia Sophia in real life is like seeing your adolescent crush. I was infatuated with it as I wrote down my notes during Art History class. And now that I saw it in real life, it was just #awesome.
L.A. Noire makes me want to start playing PlayStation3. Seriously.
L.A. Noire is essentially a detective game set in Los Angeles during the late 1940’s-1950’s. Watching the YouTube walk through made me gush for the game’s superb production value, art direction and even the musical scoring! You have to navigate the whole city (with a map), ride cars and have free drives. Since your character is a detective, you have to actually question witnesses and suspects. (Ooh, Cal Lightman mode!) And it’s a plus that the game caster is the same caster for the TV series Mad Men! Look, Ken Cosgrove is the main guy in the game!
Watched X-men First Class last Thursday night. It was generally ok, though I had zero expectations. Though I think James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Kevin Bacon had an intensity tug of war all throughout the movie.
But James McAvoy wins. That intense stare and eternally pensive look. Reminds me of someone, haha. You keep doing that #awesome Professor X pose, baby.
This is such an engaging and addictive website with a ver simple idea: make the Camper website a weather report website too! The design and execution made it extra fun - the materials used are all materials used to make a pair of Camper shoes and when you click and drag the elements - they make music! Jeez, this is inspiring.