Archives: 'Cuttlefish'

iGoogle theme!

Sunday, February 10th, 2008

You wish your iGoogle looked as cool as mine does:

iGoogle Cuttlefish Theme

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If you’ve never used iGoogle before, its designed to be used as your browser’s start page. You can customize it with any number of widgets and themes, and add multiple tabs containing even more widgets! Google recently released their API that describes how to make your own theme, so I wasted no time in making my own cuttlefish based theme! You should be able to apply it to your own iGoogle (temporarily) by clicking here:

Cuttlefish Themed iGoogle

If you want the theme to persist, you need to use the iGoogle Theme Manager widget, available here.

New CuttlefishTech Intro

Friday, February 8th, 2008

First, Here’s the old one, where a group of cuttlefish circle an ancient medallion lying on the sea floor.

And here’s the new one where a cuttlefish swims through a reef, passing over some mysterious glinting pieces of metal in the sand.

Ancient CuttlefishTech Intro

Friday, June 29th, 2007

I made this when I was in the 5th grade. That makes it 6+ years old.

This was the beginning of CuttlefishTech. Enjoy the soothing sounds!

Editor’s Note: Video was deleted by YouTube when my account was banned. I’ll re-upload eventually.

Captain Jack Sparrow on Cuttlefish!

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

He really doesn’t give a very good explanation of the Cuttlefish, which of course is a highly intelligent animal.

Editor’s Note: Video deleted by YouTube when my account was banned.

Cuttlefish Documentary!

Friday, April 20th, 2007

Here’s an amazing video that Nova did about Cuttlefish!

Cuttlefish Tattoos

Friday, April 20th, 2007

Now, let’s just get it straight that I dislike Tattoos. However, these are so cool!


Wednesday, February 14th, 2007

Someone at school mentioned that I didn’t have enough stuff about Cuttlefish on here, so here’s a video!

Some Cuttlefish are Cross Dressers!

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

BBC ran this news article about male cuttlefish who mimick female cuttlefish in order to get closer to other females in order to reproduce:

We found that female mimickers could successfully deceive the consort male and that they were able to position themselves near the female in 30 out of 62 attempts