In thinking this through, I don’t think we should give much deference to...– Interfluidity, by clicking a link from keyholez.
Maniacal Chilling Spree
This past week, chilling has taken the No. 1 spot in my mind. All I think about is how best to chill under the given circumstances. I want to be the Martha Stewart of chilling; I want to devote my life chilling, a concept everyone appreciates but few have the time or resources to truly master. During the course of my preparation for this inaugural chilling weekend I have said or written the words...
Where are you/is it/are they/w/e?
Web Video to YouTube to Movie Stream of...
It’s an easy one but whatever. Fallen Nor Cal Tour » Thrasher Vidiot » Jason Lee New Stereo Web Site 360 Flip » Mallrats
tesslynch: precis: The Pharcyde - Passin’ Me By...
Dan Feehan, keynote speaker at Georgetown's 2009... →
“Do not kid yourself for a second that you do not have the ability to impact another person’s life in whatever role you choose,” Feehan said. “For all of us here, opportunities have only just begun to present themselves — offering a chance to use your good to influence in the face of adversity.”
That little Tumblarity thing in the right column of the dashboard inevitably makes me think of Tumblality, the number of subatumblic particles in a kilogram of solvent.
Still pretty into the stuff John Cook does for Gawker.
Last Friday’s “Uncorked” feature should have stated that the...– “Corrections.” The Onion.
If you’re thinking about the marshmallow and how delicious it is, then you’re...– psychobabble: more from “Don’t! The Secret of Self-Control” Yeah, it’s like that: In adults, this skill is often referred to as metacognition, or thinking about thinking, and it’s what allows people to outsmart their shortcomings. (When Odysseus had himself tied to the ship’s mast, he was using...
will wolfram alpha be a big deal?
@fiatluxemburg luckyorgood: I think likely. I just sat through a one hour webinar/conference call/press conference demonstration by Stephen Wolfram and was captivated for most of it. I’m no webspert… the claims that this will threaten Google, seem silly, because it does a completely different thing… but the possibilities for integration with other sources of information or media —...
katiebakes: Can we declare a moratorium on “The [Obscure Job Title]’s [Wife/Daughter]” as a book title? It’s way too hard to keep them all straight. My default assumption is that they are all secretly the same book. Did this all come about as a result of The Arsonist’s Daughter, the novel-within-a-novel in Michael Chabon’s Wonder Boys?
I lost nine Tumblarity points today what the heck. I didn’t do anything different, guys!
I’m not saying that Tumblr is more serious than Twitter and Facebook, but it...– Lux on the SnapDragon blog. (Motto: “Creating Hierarchies for Fun and Profit.” I find that motto hilarious.) Sic where it applies.
FBI Director Womack: Just clippers, no scissors.
Paul the Hotel Barber: No scissors, you've got to be kidding me, no scissors. I mean, did they tell Picasso "no brush"?
FBI Director Womack: With scissors, this man could kill you.
John Mason: I can't cut off anyone's balls with a trimmer, now can I? Why don't we do this outside? Get some sun.
Dear Houston, Texas,
You blog like all the bad women in my life, but you write a little better. tesslynch: 1. Your air conditioning is terrifying. It is loud, powerful, and necessary. It is like a dentist’s drill all over my sweaty body. I am impressed and disturbed. 2. The windows in this hotel do not open, as if other objects are in cahoots with the air conditioning. SUBMIT, HOT ONE, SUBMIT 3. All the food...