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7Oct/110

Suburban Metal Dad no. 91, “Ptexting,” or “Death From Above”

Teaser: Suburban Metal Dad says, "All these people walking around, heads down, texting, heads down — it’s dangerous. They’re vulnerable to attack."

Suburban Metal Dad, an original webcomic by D.X. Ferris, served fresh every Monday and Friday.

Now featuring Sort-Of Soundtrack — an optional, random, name-brand metal jam you can open in a new window!

Check out today's strip after the jump...

24Jan/110

Suburban Metal Dad no. 22: How Much Do You Love Your Smart Phone?

Thumbnail: Someone says, "Are you kidding me? You need a Blackberry!"

Suburban Metal Dad: original webcomic by D.X. Ferris, served fresh every Monday and Friday. Check out today's strip after the jump...

7Apr/091

Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails release Iphone app

Even though I don't have an Iphone (yet?) I was happy to see the announcement of the new Nine Inch Nails Iphone application NIN: Access, which is available now as a free download. The NIN team have posted a video walk-through of the app featuring Trent Reznor with NIN art director Rob Sheridan and special guest Kevin Rose of Digg. As a tech nerd, I can watch videos like this all day long!

Updated with Digg Dialogg interview - see below!

P.S. - Just stumbled across a 40 minute interview that Digg mastermind Kevin Rose did with Trent Reznor, using questions that were submitted by Digg users. The interview is the latest episode of Digg Dialogg, a new web series that is described as a series that "lets you submit your questions to notable leaders and luminaries. Rather than editors or journalists, the Digg community decides the most popular questions to be posed in the interview."

That's fine with us, and there are certainly some good questions for Reznor! Great job, internets!