WolfenFlickr? Your Flickr pictures on the walls of a Wolfenstein game? Oh, yes. It is as fun as it sounds. I played it for a little bit but it was a little disconcerting to follow along those familiar Nazi castle walls, only to be confronted by giant pictures of Kristy, Angel, and Teresa, smiling and eating BBQ, and fashion models strutting the runway at the Chicago Theater.
Somehow last night I came across this, and it just reminds me that I'd love to have a job where, when someone asks "so what kind of project are you working on?" I could say, "oh, you know, I just got a patent for a packet loss concealment for a conjugate structure algebraic code excited linear prediction decoder. No bigs."
Also, the biggest military computer hacker ever, who broke into dozens of US Army, Navy, Air Force, and Department of Defense and NASA computers, and "altered and deleted files at a naval air station not long after the 11 September attacks in 2001, rendering critical systems inoperable," would like to be let off the hook, because " his motives were harmless and innocent": he just wanted to find evidence of a UFO coverup. Well, then, let's get you out of this musty jail cell, then, sir! We're sorry for the inconvenience.