I was diligently researching for my next startup last night and came across an entry on The Free Dictionary.Not that I don't appreciate the wholly undeserved attention on my startup ambitions (I am, after all, an only child) -- I just figured folks would click on the link and appreciate the reference (hint: it was a link to an entry on cuttlefish).But really, you'd think Valleywag would have at least mentioned it. They'll report anything.As a preemptive measure against these ruinous rumors, let me be clear: I am not -- nor am I planning on -- doing a cuttefish-based startup. Nevertheless, I remain a devout supporter of the cuttlefish movement. My activism doesn't stop with promoting the cuttlefish cause; I've also followed the virtuous example of the Marriott Corporation and added a recycle logo to my blog header. It's not because I recycle old blog content.Hello, world. Prepare to be changed.
As most of you know, Chris (KeyserSosa) Slowe got married this past weekend. A few of you remain skeptical. To prove that not only did Chris say "I mod up," but that all 4 of us were in fact there, I've been asked to provide a photo. OK, a photo can't really prove he said "I mod up" (it was a Greek Orthodox ceremony after all, so he could have said anything) but he is on a honeymoon right now with Kristen, so it's safe to say he answered in the affirmative. Anyway, here's the pic.You'll notice we're even standing in the proper left-to-right order of our alien manifestations in the above logo. Oh, and before the bride and groom's first dance we did in fact hear the opening of the Star Wars theme. It was pretty fantastic. As a service to you all who couldn't make it, here's the MIDI to help you experience the wonderful event like we did. Now just click play, close your eyes, and imagine you're stuffing your face with beer and cake.photo credit: Liz