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Wil Wheaton
Apr 18
I've been working on this for a couple months, and we finally got to start it today. If you like dragons and quests and fun mobile games, you may want to join me in my role as Advisor Wheaton in Dragons Of Atlantis.
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 17
Anne and I went on Spaceship Earth, and I took this video of the little movie they make at the end.
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 3
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 2
Hey look! It's a bunch of cool stuff for you to have on #TabletopDay !
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 1
>Just imagine being invited to a televised game development jam, reportedly sponsored by Pepsi to the tune of $400k, where you'd be among a dozen contestants organized into teams to compete for prizes. Imagine accommodating oneself to what GAME_JAM turned out to be, with demanding legal waivers and a pressurized Kitchen Nightmares-style format. Then imagine that the guy in charge--a consultant named Matti Leshem--asks you “Do you think you’re at an advantage because you have a pretty girl on your team?”

>"He got a rise out of me," reports participant Adriel Wallick. "He got me to, with an embarrassed and flushed red face launch into a statement about how his question is indicative of everything that is wrong in our industry in terms of sexism. That no, we weren’t at an advantage because we had a woman on our team – we were at an advantage because I’m a damn fine programmer and game developer. We were at an advantage because my skills allowed us to be at an advantage – not my 'pretty face'."

This story made my jaw hit my desk, and then the floor. Be sure to read the linked stories from Boingboing, so you can see just how much this fuckwit messed up. I really hope someone got fired over this.
How a Pepsi consultant burned a "$400k game jam" down
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 30
While I was making breakfast this morning, Seamus was trying very hard to convince me that I should let him have bacon. I really like the way this shot turned out. I just held my camera out, fired a few frames, and got lucky.  
I just love this picture of SeamusWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 26
Longtime readers of the blog are probably familiar with the Infamous Clown Sweater, and the strange role it’s played in my life for over ten years. I don’t know what happened to the actual sweater, and I’ve never heard from its owner since that one…
the return of the infamous clown sweaterWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 24
Pomplamoose were on the JoCo cruise, and I fell in love with their music, and their persons. Nataly and Jack are such incredibly nice people, and we decided that we were going to be friends, just like you do in grade school.
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 10
On Wednesday last week, I picked up my script in my dressing room, and in the upper right corner, it said that the script was for Will Wheaton, playing the part of Will Wheaton. I picked it up, and walked into the stage. I found one of the assistant…
Wil Wheaton's Big Bang Theory Script | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 7
Because I can, I installed Ubuntu on my Chromebook using crouton. The desktop is xfce, which isn't my favourite, but it's really fast and takes me back to the days of old when I ran Linux full-time on an ancient PC.

This has reawakened my curiosity for different distros, so I've been running Debian in VirtualBox on my iMac, and playing around with live images of Fedora and Ubuntu (I'm not crazy about Ubuntu; I feel like the entire project has gone in a direction that isn't for me).

A lot of people have suggested that I try Mint, so I grabbed the iso for Mint 16, but I can not get it to run in a VirtualBox at all. (Well, that's not entirely accurate: once or twice I got it to load the desktop, but when I tried to install it nothing happened.) I looked online for tutorials on getting Mint to work with VirtualBox, but nothing solved my particular issue. Does anyone here have experience getting Mint 16 to work in the latest version of VirtualBox? I'm using the defaults with the Ubuntu64 settings.

I love just about everything about my Macbook Pro and my iMac, so I don't see myself going Linux full time again, but I really do love being able to explore tons of open source packages, and play with different kernel options, desktops, and all those things that I don't need to do, but still have fun doing, anyway.
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 4
blog: midnight highway

The second song on the Kill Bill Volume 1 soundtrack is a fantastic rockabilly number called That Certain Female. It has this great thick guitar riff with a lot of echo and delay and, for me, it conjures up images of Route 66 under a new moon, windows…
midnight highwayWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 3
Found this on the magnificent blog Dangerous Minds.
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 1
Ryan Wheaton is an aspiring fiction writer and graphic novelist. He’s been trying to grow a beard too. So there’s that. (This piece was written in response to a prompt “about a lost balloon.” Part one appears here.) “Fiona, please,” her mother said.…
Guest Post by Ryan Wheaton: Lawst Balloon, Part TwoWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 27
Brad Willis is a writer, reporter, and aspiring author. His personal blog is Rapid Eye Reality. He is @BradWillis on Twitter. When I was in grade school, we played outside at recess. Hilldale Elementary had a small playground and a forever-scape of dirt…
A guest post from Brad Willis: A field full of lightningWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 25
Shane Nickerson is a father of three and a TV producer. He occasionally writes at Nickerblog. “We will miss the crying days,” I mumbled to my wife as she crawled out of bed to accompany our three year old back to her room after a bad dream.  “Someday,…
A GUEST POST FROM SHANE NICKERSON: ROUTINEWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 24
This is a guest post by Stephen “Stepto” Toulouse. Stepto currently works at HBO and is the former banhammer at XBox. He is an author, comedian, and leader of The Steptos. He made a comedy album you can get on Bandcamp (cheapest…
Guest Post by Stepto: The View from the Back of the AmbulanceWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 23
You MUST upgrade your iOS and OSX devices NOW to secure your network communications.

Apple SSL implementation is flawed and allows an attacker to intercept ALL encrypted (HTTPS) communication. Every iOS Apps are vulnerables (Safari, Facebook, Google+, Mail...) . On OSX and Safari and  many other apps  are also affected. Chrome is not affected on OSX.

Please it is very important that you  upgrade now as this vulnerability has been made public last night. In particular DO NOT connect to a public WiFi with an unpatched device.

To test if your device is vulnerable you can use the public website: https://gotofail.com

Help spread the word by re-sharing or +1 this post to ensure everyone promptly patch their devices.

For those interested in the technical details:
Apple cryptic patch notes http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6147 After refers to a bug introduced in libsecurity_ssl which is the SSL library used by Apple (http://opensource.apple.com/source/Security/Security-55471/libsecurity_ssl/lib/sslKeyExchange.c). This bug lead the SSL library to not check properly the hostname associated with a
given SSL cert which allows an attacker to easily snoop on any HTTPS site.
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 19
This is pretty awesome. User eain made a #Tabletop Losing Trophy of Not Awesome, using the lemon I scanned.

#makerbot #3dprinting #thingiverse  
Tabletop Losing Trophy by eain - Thingiverse
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 19
It's overcast, and cooler today than it's been. I'm sitting in my office, putting down some ideas that I think could turn into a comic book script, or maybe a short film. We'll see what happens.

I have my window open, and a very soft breeze drifts in though the mostly-closed blinds.

My dogs keep walking in, putting their faces against the blinds, closing their eyes, and smelling at the air outside.

I have a cup of coffee that's cooled off and tastes even better now than it did when it was hot.

I can hear a lawnmower, a few streets over. It looks like it could rain, but it won't.

I'm listening to Thievery Corporation's The Mirror Conspiracy, and it's a perfect soundtrack for this moment.
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 18
Does anyone with familiarity with #WordPress and #JetPack know what error code: -32700 is, and how to correct it? The Googles turn up a lot of stuff from 2009 and earlier, but no current solutions.

I'm trying to refresh my connection to Facebook, and trying to connect my blog to G+, but it isn't doing more than give me that error message.

I have tried turning it off and back on again.
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 15
We turned up a street that was heavily-lined with trees. In spring and summer, it’s one of the most beautiful places to walk, and yesterday gave us a preview of what the next few months will bring. Half a dozen squirrels ran around on lawns, burying and digging up acorns. Tiny finches chirped and whistled and sang as they hopped along the mostly-bare branches of a sycamore tree.

“Judging by the pollen in the air and the birds I hear every morning, nature thinks it’s already spring here, “Anne said. “If we get a real cold snap, they’re all going to be very upset.”

In my brain, the words “cold snap” and “very upset” joined together to form a key. That key slipped into a lock and turned, opening the door on a memory from 3rd grade that I’d forgotten lived inside my head.
Valentine's Day, 1980. An Elementary School Memory. | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 12
This is the best commercial for GoPro they never knew existed. [1:10]
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 10
I really love my puppy. She's such a happy little pooch, even when we're waiting at the vet for her checkup. 
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 9
Last one for tonight...
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 8
I am so happy that this exists.
WIL WHEATON dot TUMBLR — dramallamaknitting: cccakery: Ensign Crusher...
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 17
How busy have I been? So busy that I forgot to write a blog about TableTop Season 3, and how you can help make it happen. tl;dr: We’re crowdfunding Tabletop’s 3rd season. We’ve raised $500,000, so we can afford to do 15 episodes. If we get to $750,000,…
Tabletop Season Three | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 10
 Chris Pramas originally shared this post.
Mutants & Masterminds is the featured game of the latest Bundle of Holding! If you've ever wanted to check out the superheroic stylings of M&M, this is a great time to do it. 
Mutants & Masterminds - a superheroic Third Edition bundle
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 2
This is the story of how my new series, The Wil Wheaton Project, came to be.

>About a year ago, I had a meeting with a production company, who wanted me to host a show for them. The concept was simple, I thought it had the potential to be incredibly funny, and I really liked the people I met with.

>“I can’t just be a host, though,” I explained. “I’ve been producing Tabletop for two seasons, and if I’m going to be the public face of a show, I need to have a hand in its creative direction. I want to write for it, and I need to be a producer.” Over the last couple of years, I’ve done more and more work off camera, and I’ve learned a lot about how shows come together and develop in the writer’s room and the editing bay. I love being an actor on camera, but it feels very much like I’m doing a small part of the overall production. If I was going to host a show, and if I was going to be the face of that show, I needed to do more than just stand in front of the camera and read lines. I wanted to help make the show.

>“Of course,” the head of the company said to me, like I’d just told him that I’d need to breathe air during production. “We want to do this together.”

>That was all I needed to hear. We agreed on the general idea, and spent the next several months working out the specific details of the show. About six months later, we went to the network to pitch it.

[...]

>The show will be on the network formerly known as Sci-Fi, and it is called The Wil Wheaton Project. It premieres on May 27th at 10pm.

>The Wil Wheaton Project is a weekly roundup of the things I love on television and on the Internet, with commentary and jokes, and the occasional visit from interesting people who make those things happen. It’s sort of like Talk Soup for geeks, with a heavy focus on those hilariously bad paranormal reality shows (in fact, that’s where the whole thing started a year ago, but as we worked on the show more and more, we discovered that there were lots of scripted paranormal shows that provided a ton of comedic material. When we expanded to cover the scripted shows, we discovered that nobody was doing a show like this that was just focused on the genre shows that nerds like us love, and we decided that we’d make that show because of reasons.)

>The official network announcement will be coming out a little later this morning, but I’ll put a little bit of it here, because I can:

>>Syfy has greenlit the 12-episode summer series, The Wil Wheaton Project (working title), a weekly topical comedy show hosted by actor and champion of geek culture Wil Wheaton.  The 30-minute show will offer a funny, fast-paced exploration and celebration of science fiction and genre entertainment.  The series premieres Tuesday, May 27 at 10PM ET/PT on Syfy.

>>Each week, Wil provides his insider point-of-view, sense of humor and expertise as he dissects the week’s most popular and trending topics across sci-fi film, television and pop culture, as well as video games, viral videos and news. Wil is on his feet for the rapid-fire half hour, delivering sharp, straight-to-camera commentary as he riffs his way through content clips. The result is a fun appreciation for all things science fiction.

>I really love that I get to be part of something that brings Science Fiction back to Syfy, and if I read correctly between the lines during our meetings with the Syfy executives, this is just the beginning of the network formerly known as Sci-Fi returning to its science fiction roots, which is awesome. Developing the show has been incredibly fun, and like I wrote last week, when I met the full staff of writers and producers, I was floored by how talented and funny they are. We’re going to make something that I just know you’re going to love, and I hope that so many people love it, we’ll get to make it for years to come.

Much, much more, including some FAQs, at the link below.
Wil Wheaton Announces The Wil Wheaton Project | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 1
 The Big Bang Theory originally shared this post.
#BigBangTheory returns this Thursday...along with Wil Wheaton! Check out photos from the episode now: http://bit.ly/1dO8sMH
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Wil Wheaton
Apr 1
Cory Doctorow sez:
Chapter nine of Homeland opens with about 400 digits of Pi. When Wil Wheaton read the chapter, he soldiered through it, reading out Pi for a whopping four minutes!

Here's the raw studio audio (MP3) of Wil and director Gabrielle De Cuir playing numbers station. There's less than a week left during which you can get the independently produced Homeland audiobook through the Humble Ebook Bundle! 
In which I make Wil Wheaton read out Pi for four minutes
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 27
At MegaCon, I announced that I've been developing a television show that I host, write, and produce. Here's a little bit more about that show.

The network picked us up for 12 episodes, and we'll start airing in May. If everything goes according to plan, I'll be on your television every week for the rest of the year. This show is really funny, and I can't wait to get permission from the network to talk about it in more detail.

Today, I met with my entire staff of writers and producers, and I was blown away by the talent and brilliance of the team I'm going to be working with for the next three months (and hopefully the next few years). I wish I could talk about this in more detail, but until I get the go-ahead from the network, know this: For at least 12 weeks this summer, I'll be coming into your home to share some funny and awesome stuff with you, and I'm really super excited for you to share the experience with me.
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 25
Hello, World. I am not dead, I have just been very busy with the travel and the secret projects and etc. I have many stories to tell, and they will be told as soon as I have the time to properly tell them. Until that time arrives … COMMERCE! The new…
statusWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 24
The new +Humble Bundle has a bunch of really great books, and one of them is mine! My book The Happiest Days of Our Lives is available in ePub and MOBI formats for the very first time, as part of this bundle.

You can also get Steven Gould's JUMPER, the Zombies vs. Unicorns anthology, Scott Westerfield's Uglies, and even more.

The whole thing is pay-what-you-want, but if you pay at least $15, you will get the audio version of Cory Doctorow's HOMELAND,  read by me. I've done a lot of audiobooks in the last few years, and I can honestly say that this is one of my favourites. I'm intensely proud of the work we did on it, and I want everyone who enjoys my audiobook performances to hear it.
The Humble eBook Bundle 3
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 7
BLOG: a few memorable moments on the set at #BigBangTheory

A sharp knock on my door, seconds before it opened. The assistant director poked his head into my dressing room and told me they were ready for me on the stage. I closed my book. “Here I go!” We walked into the stage together, and I continued on into the…
The Man Who Mistook His Hat For A Hat | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 7
 Christophe Curtis originally shared this post.
YES!
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 4
So the JoCoCruiseCrazy IV was amazing. I have many feelings and memories and pictures to share, but I’m in this sad little bag of post-cruise ennui, and until I can get past it, here’s a video that the amazing Molly Lewis shot on the cruise.  
Molly Lewis: The Year of the BeardWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Mar 1
Will Hindmarch is @wordwill, a writer and designer of games, fiction, and more. He blogs at Gameplaywright and wordstudio.net.  This is both a plug and a confession. Wil Wheaton is back on dry land, so I’ll make this quick. I’m terrible at interviews.…
Guest Post by Will Hindmarch: The RecordWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 27
Shane Nickerson is a father of three and a TV producer. He occasionally writes at Nickerblog. At night, my dog slinks into the living room and jumps up on the couch with me. He’s a whippet mix that we adopted from a rescue fair in 2005. Max. He came with…
Guest Post by Shane Nickerson: Old and StinkyWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 26
Ryan Wheaton is an aspiring fiction writer and graphic novelist. He’s been trying to grow a beard too. So there’s that. (This piece was written in response to the prompt “Write about a lost balloon.”) Fiona was only 4 years old when she first met…
Guest Post by Ryan Wheaton: Lawst BalloonWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 25
A guest post from Brad Willis: Wheaton’s Law Revisited

Brad Willis is a writer, reporter, and aspiring author. His personal blog is Rapid Eye Reality. Let’s just deal with the elephant in the room right from the start, because it can get stompy, and I don’t want anything to get broken. I can hear you…
A guest post from Brad Willis: Wheaton’s Law RevisitedWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 24
Will Hindmarch is a writer and game designer. Find him online at Wordstudio or Gameplaywright. On one of his spoken-word records, The Boxed Life, Henry Rollins talks a bit about being funny or happy all the time. If you could be funny or happy all the…
Guest Post by Will Hindmarch: Funny Vs. HappyWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 22
In a few hours, Anne and I will step into a metal tube in Los Angeles, and emerge from that metal tube in Florida. Tomorrow, we will get onto a boat, and we will live on that boat for five days and twenty-three romantic nights, plus two nights that aren’t…
Welcome Guest Bloggers to WWdN | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 19
 Koushik Dutta originally shared this post.
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 18
Ryan and Nolan came over for dinner last night, and for the first time in far too long, I ate dinner with my entire family. While we sat at the table and ate, Anne told us that she is thinking about getting a Mini Countryman when she pays off her Cooper…
interlude: from a family dinnerWIL WHEATON dot NET | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 18
So this is one of those things I've been working on for months, and couldn't talk about until today: I've partnered with +Northern Brewer to design and release some #homebrew recipe kits this year (and hopefully beyond, if people like them enough).

Some of the marketing language here is a little much (I don't think I'm a master brewer, yet), but I love how excited and enthusiastic everyone at Northern Brewer is to work together with me.

Our first kit is the #VandalEyesPA that I designed for my wife, +Anne Wheaton, about a year ago. It's a big IPA with lots of hops aroma, but a big caramel malt backbone to balance it out. Think of it as an IPA that drinks like a double IPA, I guess.

As the year goes on, I'll release more kits. I'm thinking about doing a sage saison, a coffee stout, a nice pale ale, and maybe a #w00tstout clone.

I'll keep blogging about my homebrewing adventures at devilsgatebrewing.com, and when you make these for yourself, you can even check in on +Untappd because I've been entering Devil's Gate brews there since I started almost three years ago.
Northern Brewer
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 13
A fair amount of people on Twitter wanted to know how I liked my FitBit, and if I thought it worked, so when I went back into my office, instead of writing about music, I decided to write about how I’ve lost almost 20 pounds since November.
With diet and exercise, and a little help from my friends | WIL WHEATON dot NET
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 11
The #Makerbot #Digitizer was on sale, so I bought one, and last night I started scanning things. You can see the first dumb thing I did at my blog.

I have these two hand-carved Tikis that Anne and I got in 2003 from a guy who was carving them on the beach on a tiny island we were visiting in the South Pacific. I really love them, and I thought it would be cool to scan them and let other people #3DPrint their own versions of them.

You can find both of them at the link, if you're interested.
Another Hand Carved Tiki by wilw - Thingiverse
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 10
 Tom Hierl originally shared this post.
Yosemite Valley from Tunnel View
No trip to #yosemitenationalpark   is complete without going to capture the beautiful scene from Tunnel View. I spent a few hours last Monday with three other photographers each trying to capture our own "Clearing Storms" as the weather front moved through the area. While we all took multiple images as we were treated to the weather show, a half dozen tour buses pulled in with their occupants taking their own brief snapshots. I had to wonder how many photos have been taken over the years from this iconic spot.

#landscapephotography +Landscape Photography +Landscape Photography Show +Margaret Tompkins +Carra Riley +Jim Warthman 
+Kevin Rowe +Johan Peijnenburg +David Heath Williams +Tom Hierl +Carolyn Lim +Tom Sloan
 +Howard L. Smith +Kai Kosonen +Tony Heyward +Sheila B. DuBois +Sandra Brown +Vishal Kumar
+HQSP Landscape  curated by  +Claire Jennings +Terrie Gray +Michael Thomas Jeppesen +Hallie Guilfoyle
 +Karol Drozd +Sebastian T. +Stefan Kierek +Michael Garza +Anja Wessels #hqsplandscape
+Best Top Photographer Group, +Rinus Bakker, +BTP Daily Highlight, +BTP Landscape Pro, +BTP Editor's Choice (Best Top Photographer's page)
+ShowYourBestWork, #showyourbestwork, curated by +Britta Rogge
#stunningmoment +Stunning Moment by +Alycia Miller +Christopher Prins +Britta Rogge
+HQSP HDR  curated by  +Anja Wessels +Massimiliano Marsiglietti +Suzi Harr #hqsphdr
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 9
This is great.
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Wil Wheaton
Feb 5
This is so awesome! If you have a #makerbot or other 3D printer, you can make your own Wesley Crusher PEZ dispenser! I know what my next project is going to be.
Wesley Crusher PEZ dispenser
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