Brass Bonanza All this Olympic hockey is...
Credit (or, more likely from your perspective, blame) for my interest in the...– Katie Baker - The Awl YES! HE AND THE MAN WITH THE DEEP VOICE AND THE SILLY HAT WIN THE OLYMPICS.
ARTHUR MILLER NOT HENRY MILLER
Ugh. And this is why I stuck with machines.
A few people were posting material from the zines they produced in the early 90s. And while I was in those days quite taken with the idea of creating a publication that I planned to call “Potato Famine: A Journal of Vegetable Youth”, I never got around to making it a reality. And so now, fifteen years later, I have nothing to show for it. Which may be fitting. After all, I...
Also, “puked on by a burlesque tranny performer” is how it feels...– Foster Kamer, meditating on his time at Gawker.
World History Blog: Did Alexander the Great Fight... →
As advertised, Dr. Miland Brown “features different aspects of world history.”
Autism conspiracists tell you to be skeptical of the entire medical community...– Pareene, Gawker.
The Olympics is the only thing I enjoy exactly the same way now as I did when I was a little boy. (Except that I now find luge boring, and cross-country skiing sort of fascinating.)
What did you get for Valentine's Day? →
Computer Engineer Barbie →
This is actually happening. Reddit’s efforts did not go unrewarded.
Our government isn’t innovative because it can’t fail. If it fails,...– Sunlight Labs: Blog - What if Government had a Google Buzz Moment?
In Which John Mayer Is A Douchebag For Possibly... →
atencio: In which Molly Lambert completely destroys John Mayer. Can somebody please get Molly Lambert to write more often?
Consider a stylus made of meat →
Karaoke-related killings are not limited to the Philippines. In the past two...– Good man. (NYT, “Sinatra Song Often Strikes Deadly Chord”)
The link is more or less a video appraisal of what makes English such a...– Penny Arcade - This Lady (re: this video)
Daily Planet Hit by Massive Payroll Fraud →
sexpigeon: Sorry to harp on it, but this is the most wonderful newspaper article of 2010. Some excerpts (and, oh, what the heck, some italics, all mine): “The Planet is not the only victim of what looks like a major fraud and a possible Ponzi scheme worthy of Bernie Madoff.” “No one—except perhaps the perpetrator—yet knows where the money might have gone.” “Clickbooks.com Inc. maintained a...
Google Chrome 4 now natively supports Greasemonkey... →