You’re going to be there a while. See you all on Monday.
“The world has changed…” Galadriel might have been talking about Middle-earth, or just the U.S. music industry.
As a rule, I avoid covering marketing stunts, but as an exception to that rule, I’ll do so when the stunt turns out to be genuinely helpful.
Over at Quartz, Kevin Ashton has a thorough piece explaining how the Harlem Shake wasn’t so much a meme in the traditional sense, but the work of corporations.
We FINALLY have a way to calculate how many Tetriminos it would take to build your house.
How Tumblr is becoming a popular tool for engaging applicants and documenting student life at colleges and universities.
The world is a decidedly different place from 250 miles up—one too few of us get to see.
500px’s photographers imagine the end of the world as we know it.
Two sleeping cars think nothing of what sounds like a run-of-the-mill golf cart circling the parking lot.
It’s a Festivus MIIIRACLE!
We just had our first rehearsal with our new band. I played drums from Boston, Matt played keyboard from Ann Arbor and Jared played guitar from Cincinnati. We didn’t pick a band name, but The Kiss n’ Kill Keyboard Kidz is probably perfect.
Bored with Apple’s desktop backgrounds? Here’s where can you find the crème de la crème artwork without springing for an ultra-megapixel camera.