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Synecdoche, New York is right next to Visioneers and Where the Wild Things Are on my list of most anticipated films for 2008-2009.
U.K. researchers used a driving simulator to test motorists between the age of...– via Asylum
Advertisers will do just about anything to create a cool ad spot that will get...– They’ve already got musical roads in Japan, to keep people driving at safe speeds. But branding public property? IN LANCASTER? What if someone hacked the road to play a funeral dirge as a warning against the dangers of fossil-fuel dependency? From LAist.
Our beds are empty two-thirds of the time. Our living rooms are empty...– -R. Buckminster Fuller.
In another Penn State study, researchers experimented to determine whether...– From NYTimes.com. I totally have to agree. My house is full of cake right now, and after eating cake and only cake for about four meals, I really would like some broccoli or something.
MarketBeat : The Mother of All Mondays →
The world market reacts to the $40 billion bailout. Uh oh.
Philately: Racier Than You Might Think
This is too good to be true. And if it’s not, you can blame Emily McCombs: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service said Monday that 3.5 million federal “duck stamps,” which must be bought and carried by waterfowl hunters, have been affixed to a card bearing a misprinted number that leads callers to a phone sex line promising “girls who turn you on.” The card unfortunately...
Google Chrome →
It’s my hope that, besides a little healthy competition, different web conglomerates can get along. More specifically, I hope that my future Yahoo! co-workers (and you) appreciate how awesome a browser Google Chrome is.
20 X 200 knows that everyone deserves to have art in their home. That’s why they’ve started this brilliant project in which normal folks can buy awesome, limited edition prints from fantastic contemporary artists for $20 a pop. 20 X 200 releases 2 new prints each week; one photograph and one work on paper. Appealing!
Republican Convention: What Does The Future Hold... →
D$ requested that I link to the article about Levi Johnston, Bristol Palin’s baby daddy. About his MySpace, “Under ‘Status’, he puts ‘in a relationship’ and under ‘Children’, he writes ‘I don’t want kids.’” Whoops.
The cities will be part of the country; I shall live 30 miles from my office in...– Le Corbusier, The Radiant City (1967)
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StreetWars is a 3 week long, 24/7, watergun assassination tournament that has already taken place in New York City, Vancouver, Vienna, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, Chicago, Paris and is now coming back to New York City. At the start of the game you will receive a manila envelope containing the following: * A picture of your intended target(s) * The home address of your intended...
Help! I want to click on moving shapes and have them make satisfying sounds! Rest assured, friends. Rest assured.
Oh, I had to add The Ruby Suns’ Take Away show. They’re all just so good.
Oh Zach Condon, you are only 22 but you’re so talented. No one has a voice like his. Check out this take away show, recorded on the streets of Paris for LA BLOGOTHEQUE.