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Tron: 1 Year Old Girl Practices For The Grid

Tron: 1 Year Old Girl Practices For The Grid
6 years ago

Tron: 1 Year Old Girl Practices For The Grid

It’s never too early to teach your kids how to be winners on The Grid.

Functional Millennium Falcon Bass Guitar: WHY AM I JUST LEARNING ABOUT THIS
6 years ago

Functional Millennium Falcon Bass Guitar: WHY AM I JUST LEARNING ABOUT THIS

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Disclaimer: A fair warning that this post doesn’t make it into the full-on ‘parenting’ galaxy, it’s for 8Bitr’s that have a love Star Wars (father-related line is at end of post).

So, you know how it goes: you’re trolling Facebook, looking at your feed, then a photo like this scrolls by…

(Sorry cowboy, you gotta jump to lightspeed. This piece of junk is HUGE.)

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Occupy Father’s Day
6 years ago

Occupy Father’s Day

Conan O’Brien proves that white lies toward your children can’t be a bad thing. Time to make #OccupyFathersDay a thing.

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8BD Talks to Ken Denmead, the ‘Geek Dad’
6 years ago

8BD Talks to Ken Denmead, the ‘Geek Dad’

I was extremely excited when Ken Denmead himself, the namekeeper of Wired‘s Geek Dad replied to one of our posts about him. So naturally, I asked him if I could do a Q&A with him. To our delight, he said yes – and I told him I’d contact him in a couple months when he had a new book coming out. Naturally, Ken blew it off and forgot about 8BitDad. So when I read that pre-orders were now open for his new book, “The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists,” I looked Denmead up in my Rolodex and had my secretary get him on the horn.

Okay, that’s not exactly how it happened, but we made sure that Denmead was staying on our radar, and when we heard about “The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists,” we knew we had to ask him a couple questions.

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Hong Kong Fathers Getting (Paid) Paternity Leave
6 years ago

Hong Kong Fathers Getting (Paid) Paternity Leave

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Hong Kong is looking into providing paid paternity leave for civil servants and if all goes well, extending the program to the private sector.

There is a fear, however, …
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