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So it seems Google has opened a new office in Kirkland, with an interesting cantina:
What’s that in the back?
There’s a clock on the other side, yet I never seem to be able to tell the time.
Shortly after arriving in London recently, it dawned on me why there were 182,155 personal injury road accidents in Britain in 2007:
I also made an interesting observation in a pub named The Pack Horse Inn: “Mor” is Danish, Swedish and Norwegian for “Mom”. I’ll let you draw your own conclusions.
There are more pictures (Picasa).
Small Worlds is the twisted, Braid-like Prince of Persia remake I never knew I wanted to play. It’s completed in roughly 15 minutes, but they are worth more than the 4-6 hours you usually spend per contemporary run-at-the-mill let’s-do-everything video game.
One of the worlds in Small Worlds
It is literally what it says it is; a game containing small worlds that you explore — with a delightfully twisted ending, too. Simple, beautiful. Play it.