Generation Green

January 4, 2010

 Generation Green, the web series I produced, is finally done. Please check out the episodes below and rate and comment!

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Good Stuff: Flight of the Conchords

January 24, 2009

Just started watching this show, unforteuntly I don’t have HBO… so I’m missing the new season. Youtube has a healthy number of clips from the show that are great, here’s two of my favourite:

A friend’s short film…

January 24, 2009

He’s trying to promote it online so here it is:

On rotation

January 24, 2009
  1. Head Dress by Amazing Baby – Just heard this on the radio, great song.
  2. Great DJ by The Ting Tings – Now running on Slumdog Millionaire commercials
  3. Wishing Well by Terence Trent D’Arby – Family Guy had a gag featuring this song and couldn’t help but get hooked.

On rotation

November 21, 2008
  1. Blue Jean by David Bowie – Great song and I love the music video. Bowie is so cool
  2. Just Like Honey by Jesus and Mary Chain
  3. Where did our love by Soft Cell – I think this cover was originally only released with Tainted Love, but for my money, its a better song

Great Facebook application review

November 21, 2008

The great blog Inside Social Games has put up a glowing review of Citypixel Spaces – our brand new Facebook application. Here are a few great lines from it…

“Citypixel – 8 Bits of Awesomeness”

“Part The Sims, part Lego, pure awesomeness”

Read the whole review here. Also, be sure to Digg the article here. launches Facebook app

November 13, 2008

After a long period in development, the virtual world has launched its Facebook application. Check it out here.

The Facebook application allows users to…
– Show off their virtual spaces to all of their Facebook friends
– Invite their Facebook friends to become users
– Interact with their friend’s apartments by rating them and visiting with their avatar
– Buy and send virtual gifts to their friends
– Through paypal, buy extra ‘pixels’ (virtual currency) has 30k users and the FBA already has 400 users, so we’ll see what happens.