Friday, February 18, 2011

What I did at work today... and yesterday...

Have you people heard of ? Well, its um.. it is. I got my invite for the beta in my email yesterday and all I can say is its so freaking amazing and fun~! And it looks like it'll only get better~!

What it is is an imageboard of sorts. When you post an image, people have the option of "remixing" it using either their own software or the painter app that is on the site. The app itself is very easy to use, and tho it is lacking some functions that I consider important such as zoom, it is a work in progress and new stuff is being added every day.

So...... This is what I have been doing at work over the last couple of days hehehe... :


"zubat country"


"the internets"

"It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again"

"Nobody expects the paranormal spanish inquisition"

"self explanatory"

"all these limes, why can't I carry them?"

"We need to go derper"

                                                                       Well? are you?


  1. LOL, Carl Segan and the limes got me.

  2. A buffet of brilliance. BTW...if you're interested I'd love for you to join my blog community at

  3. Copyboy, what is this bloggerdise? care to email me or msg me some more info? I am confus...

  4. Sounds like Mr. Poole is doing a good job, thanks for sharing this!

  5. Hello man !!!

    Nice post!!

    I wait on my blog $upporting!!

    nice weekend BRO!!

  6. creative pics, you should show these pics to your boss

  7. great stuff. i should try to get on there.

  8. hahahahaha what a crazy post, but i loved it

  9. That looks great! When do they go live?

  10. Canvas looks awesome... I can see myself wasting hours on it. I wish I had an invite

  11. The limes one is great. The dude's face gets me every time.

  12. That limes guy really needs tray

  13. Lawl. Awesome pictures man. Great work.

  14. @ shishimaru - would you mind running the test at I'd love to know why you can't see the applet - it may be my coding of the applet or of the html that calls it.