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February 24, 2014
tastefullyoffensive:

Appropriate shirt. [x]

Perfect.

tastefullyoffensive:

Appropriate shirt. [x]

Perfect.

18:34 // 7 months ago
January 27, 2014
Sorry guys: Not even Angry Birds are safe from the NSA.

Sorry guys: Not even Angry Birds are safe from the NSA.

22:58 // 7 months ago
March 9, 2012

Anything important happening at the office on March 22nd? We hope not, because you’re going to be pretty distracted. We might just be suckers for Don Pettit and his colleagues at NASA, or maybe it was the in-space debut at the International Space Station, but we’re kind of excited for Angry Birds Space. source

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9:30 // 2 years ago
December 7, 2011
imwithkanye:

Angry Bird Couture
Teija Vesterbacka, the wife of Peter Vesterbacka, head of Rovio — the company behind Angry Birds — at a formal event at the Finnish Palace to celebrate the country’s independence. [via]

The greatest fashion statement involving a bird since Bjork’s swan song.

imwithkanye:

Angry Bird Couture

Teija Vesterbacka, the wife of Peter Vesterbacka, head of Rovio — the company behind Angry Birds — at a formal event at the Finnish Palace to celebrate the country’s independence. [via]

The greatest fashion statement involving a bird since Bjork’s swan song.

14:43 // 2 years ago
September 13, 2011
That’s why it’s only natural that today’s more tech-savvy educators are recognising the potential of using games as a teaching device in their classrooms.
Ntombezinhle Modiselle, a South African teacher • Defending the use of technology in the classroom.  This teacher is trying to recognize the fact that “today’s learners are the gamer generation.” We kinda think that the Atlanta teacher using “Angry Birds” to teach velocity and acceleration might be taking it a little far, though. What’s next, urban planning through “SimCity”? (OK, OK, you’re right, that’s actually a good idea) World War II history through “Call of Duty”? Statistics through one of the “Final Fantasy” games? source (viafollow)
0:43 // 3 years ago
March 29, 2011

Three Little Pigs you might dislike: Angry Birds is the motif of this animation describing the uprising in the Middle East. Easily the best take on the classic storyline since Green Jellÿ. Be sure not to miss the North Korea reference at the end. (via ProducerMatthew) source

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14:17 // 3 years ago
January 21, 2011
Things we don’t really need: an Angry Birds TV series: Apparently, they’re making the hit smartphone game Angry Birds into an animated TV show. We think this is about as good of an idea as that Geico/caveman TV show a while back. source Follow ShortFormBlog

Things we don’t really need: an Angry Birds TV series: Apparently, they’re making the hit smartphone game Angry Birds into an animated TV show. We think this is about as good of an idea as that Geico/caveman TV show a while back. source

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0:33 // 3 years ago
January 18, 2011

See this game right here? It’s more popular than “Angry Birds” right now. And it was built by a 14-year-old Utah kid. “I was pretty astonished,” said Robert Nay, an eighth-grader, about having the most-popular program in the App Store. ”When I released it, I didn’t think it would do so well.” Instead, the physics-oriented “Bubble Ball” has done gangbusters. Nay made the game on the suggestion of friends, using Ansca Mobile’s Corona SDK to simplify the task. Nay still had to write 4,000 lines of code, and it appears it was totally worth it for Nay, who managed to impress the heck out of the Corona SDK developers.  source

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10:26 // 3 years ago