About MeLisa Beebe is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who also likes to paint.
Category Archives: technology
-I need a better vacuum. -I like the idea of my apartment being able to clean itself while I am busy with other things. -It is pink, and would coordinate nicely with all the pink hairs on my carpet. -It … Continue reading
A USA Today Hot Site, this Flash toy lets you play with fridge magnets at the same time as a bunch of other people. When I visited, someone had spelled out “where are you?” and the rest of us were … Continue reading
While looking for environmental websites for work, I found a non-environmental one that’s fun to play with. It’s called typedrawing, and it lets you create a sketch out of a word or sentence.
If Fry’s were a boy, I would want to date him. He would be smart and geeky, and he’d have lots of fun sci-fi stuff in his apartment. (The Burbank store, where I had this idea, is decorated like a … Continue reading
Here’s an MSNBC article about parents who freak out when they find out their kid has a blog or is a member of MySpace. Um, in order to use these sites, I’m guessing the kid is spending a bunch of … Continue reading
A year or so ago, I got rather obsessed with this streaming web cam of a baby panda bear at the San Diego Zoo. But then he got older and lost some of his unbearable (hehe) cuteness, and I stopped … Continue reading
Tonight I was playing Katamari Damacy with my friend (the dizzying two-player way), and we noticed there were some unlocked characters. We decided to try one more game using them. I can’t remember what one she was using, but mine … Continue reading
Here’s an article about a robot that’s shaped like a ball and chases after people. It resembles a large, black bowling ball, and moves by rolling along the ground. In future, it could patrol factories and warehouses in place of … Continue reading
I must be using the computer too much. I’ve written before about why I love electricity, and how I suspect that my computer is changing my brain. Lately, I’ve noticed a new technology-related frustration. On the computer, I can do … Continue reading