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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:41 pm 
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There's a Rubik's cube at 14:50 of the latest south park episode.

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there was a cube in the new southpark episode. the full show can be seen at http://www.southparkspot.net/season-13/1302-the-coon/ the first cube is around 15 minutes in


>.< Shame on me.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... nsion.html

Someone else with a pretty big collection.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1162943/Q-What-puzzle-fanatic-collection-10-000-brainteasers-A-Spend-30-000-house-new-extension.html

Someone else with a pretty big collection.

That's amazing. I see a few Meffert's puzzles in one of the picture. He should join TwistyPuzzles!

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I think he's a regular at the IPP's, I've probably met him. If I remember correctly, most of his puzzles are the non twisty type.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tEmuy1g ... re=related

watch around 2:30 up until about 2:50

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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This is an interesting video..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBjLW5_d ... re=related

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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This has already been posted a few pages back. :wink:

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Just a couple minutes ago on Important Things with Demetri Martin, he was doing a segment called "greater than or equal to" where he compared things. He said, "A rubiks cube is equal to a drag queen... because it's really colorful but I don't wanna do it."

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Ahhh... beat me to the punch!

My favorite was the whale watching one though. :wink:

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Found this while Googling around:

Rubik's cube art

There's a lot of creative art with cubes there.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipa6CGwr ... r_embedded

This maybe NSFW... delete if need be. (it is blurred out)

But I found it hilarious.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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I've had this one for a while now, but my scanner has been on the fritz. It seems that President Obama thinks the U.S. economy is as difficult to solve as a Rubik's Cube. If that was true this place would be a freakin' paradise by now.

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the angry video game nerd had a cube sitting on top of his TV in one of his latest episdoes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1IH6U2V ... annel_page
it has a little bit of foul language


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That thing is awesome. It looks like stone. (yes, I know you said it is bronze.)

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After being cast in bronze, and assembled, it was treated by being buried in a mixture of dirt, various acids and salts, inside of a hand made birch box designed to keep the environment moist, but also to allow some passage of air and water, for about a year.


How interesting! It's been "fossilized"


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I’m still not satisfied with the cube as a project. I’ve been toying with the idea of launching it into the ocean using a siege engine of some kind, most likely a trebuchet or catapult. I rather like the idea of someone, hundreds of years from now, finding this object and having to puzzle out its origins.


Imagine that!

I bet Georges would love to get his hands on that cube!

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Lol, I think it would be easier to go out on a boat and just drop it somewhere.

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But trebuchets are so much cooler!

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Caleb in "Knowing" with the Nick Cage has a Sudoku Cube. :D

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@Hendrik:
Nicely found! :lol:


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Rubik's competition in Skype!
http://www.skype.com/go/4-video-demo/

and more CubePictures ...
http://speedcubing.ru/forum/cgi-bin/YaBB.pl?num=1237867195

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"56" in 1 1x1x3 card reader (56? Lies, it supports 7. Also, it's not a true 1x1x3, each layer can only turn 270 degrees)

http://www.gizfever.com/product_info.ph ... cts_id=708


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56? Isnt that a bit over the top?

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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Caphits wrote:
56? Isnt that a bit over the top?


Apparently, there are even more unneeded proprietary memory card formats than I thought.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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Jeffery Mewtamer wrote:
Caphits wrote:
56? Isnt that a bit over the top?

Apparently, there are even more unneeded proprietary memory card formats than I thought.

It doesn't read any more formats than any other typical reader; they just counted the formats in an exaggerated way. I've got a "Macsense" 78-in-1 reader on my desk that counts Sony Memory Stick 18 times. Sorry I didn't get them all, but I lost my place while typing them in.
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  • Sony Memory Stick with MagicGate
  • Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo Magic Gate
  • Sony Memory Stick (pink colored)
  • Sony Memory Stick PRO
  • Sony Memory Stick Select
  • Sony Memory Stick ROM
  • Sony Memory Stick Pro MG Extreme
  • Memory Stick Pro MG Ultra II
  • MS Pro MagicGate HIGH SPEED
  • Sony Memory Stick Pro MG Extreme III
  • Sony Memory Stick Duo
  • Sony Memory Stick Duo in Sony Memory Stick adapter
  • Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo
  • Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo in Sony Memory Stick adapter
  • Sony Memory Stick Micro

Yes, there's even a separate line for pink colored memory sticks. Evidently that's to reassure AIBO owners!


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Yeah, I forgot to point that out. :oops:


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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VeryWetPaint wrote:
Jeffery Mewtamer wrote:
Caphits wrote:
56? Isnt that a bit over the top?

Apparently, there are even more unneeded proprietary memory card formats than I thought.

It doesn't read any more formats than any other typical reader; they just counted the formats in an exaggerated way. I've got a "Macsense" 78-in-1 reader on my desk that counts Sony Memory Stick 18 times. Sorry I didn't get them all, but I lost my place while typing them in.
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  • Sony Memory Stick with MagicGate
  • Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo Magic Gate
  • Sony Memory Stick (pink colored)
  • Sony Memory Stick PRO
  • Sony Memory Stick Select
  • Sony Memory Stick ROM
  • Sony Memory Stick Pro MG Extreme
  • Memory Stick Pro MG Ultra II
  • MS Pro MagicGate HIGH SPEED
  • Sony Memory Stick Pro MG Extreme III
  • Sony Memory Stick Duo
  • Sony Memory Stick Duo in Sony Memory Stick adapter
  • Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo
  • Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo in Sony Memory Stick adapter
  • Sony Memory Stick Micro

Yes, there's even a separate line for pink colored memory sticks. Evidently that's to reassure AIBO owners!



While I agree that they count it in an exaggerated way, those definitely aren't all the same thing.

For example, the regular Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO Duo, and Memory Stick Micro are very obviously different just by looking at them. Sony, is just really good at spitting out proprietary formats... BetaMax anyone?


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Mythbusters had a cube sitting around on their last episode. Its not really featured, but its still there. :wink:

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Sony, is just really good at spitting out proprietary formats... BetaMax anyone?


Do not forget Mini-Disc or Atrac. On the other hand, Sony is really bad at getting their formats accepted by the mainstream. Other than Blu-Ray, I cannot think of a single Sony-developed format that did not lose to the competition.

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Uhm, wasn't VHS developed by sony? and DVD?

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It wasn't Sony.... It was the PORN industry that chose Blu-Ray over HD Discs. ;)

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Actually, the porn industry chose HDDVD (because they write the same way, no new equipment needeed)...

The gaming industry chose BRD's.

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Cubicle wrote:
Actually, the porn industry chose HDDVD (because they write the same way, no new equipment needeed)...

The gaming industry chose BRD's.



http://www.macworld.com/article/50627/2 ... ornhd.html

http://gizmodo.com/344655/porn-studio-d ... ay-in-2008

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Aye, but how can it be decided to which was more influential?

Sony basically put its format in thousands of homes, and why would you buy HDDVD if you already have BRD?
IMO, more "regular" viewers want HD then porn viewers.... if that makes sense.

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Maybe because people didn't want to buy a 360 to watch porn? Instead, they can get a Blu Ray player? Which also is part of the PS3.

I dunno.... but well, there's more people watching porn than you'd probably like to think. Just bear in mind - for god knows how long - porn was the number 1 searched thing on the internet. ;)

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Consulting Wikipedia, VHS was developed by JVC.

As for DVD:

[quote=Wikipedia]In 1993, two high-density optical storage formats were being developed; one was the MultiMedia Compact Disc (MMCD), backed by Philips and Sony, and the other was the Super Density (SD) disc, supported by Toshiba, Time Warner, [Censored. Please be nice!] Electric, Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, Pioneer, Thomson, and JVC.[/quote]

DVD is more closely related to the SD Disc, and Sony was involved in DVD's development AFTER abandoning MMCD.

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It wasn't Sony.... It was the PORN industry that chose Blu-Ray over HD Discs. ;)


Anybody read "Snuff" by Chuck Palahnuik? This is pretty much a direct quote. :D

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Why is that word censored? I went to look at the wiki article to see what it is and there's no reason it should be.

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Why is that word censored? I went to look at the wiki article to see what it is and there's no reason it should be.

I'm guessing it's because it has profanity in the middle of the word, and it flags that.


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Wow! A russian (?) KO of youtube!

I really liked the video. It has really really low ratings for some reason though.

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The Black Eyed Peas' video for their new song "Boom Boom Pow", features beats going "boom boom" in a Rotating Rubik's Cube room from 2:16-2:27.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIK-U6ZfyYE

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RouXygRc ... re=related

1:32 Looks like a Rubik's 5x5.

I could be wrong.

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