Yeah? You’re not the only one #DoctorWho
"Make no mistake, all of this is important. Agencies desperately need to reorganize themselves to consume and create content at the ever-quickening pace of culture. All this restructuring is pointless if we use it to crank out a stream of unnecessary infographics, five blandly optimistic tweets per day, and GIFs that ineffectively crowbar a branded message into the meme of the moment."
"Finally, there’s an Android phone that doesn’t make me miss anything about the iPhone. It’s called the HTC One, and it’s the best Android phone I’ve ever laid hands on. It might also be the best smartphone I’ve ever used."
Superman looks awesome on my wall. #ManOfSteel
Finally opening my @Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 1 set. #theprecious
Ahhhh.. I just couldn’t wait for this.
Bored of this.
I know I’m late to the party on this one but…
Check out the latest ad for Britain’s Got Talent.
"Microsoft appears to be sticking a finger in Google’s eye with the launch of its new YouTube app for Windows Phone. The app, ReadWrite has confirmed, strips out YouTube ads when it plays back videos and allows users to easily download video by way of a prominent “download” button."
Single room in warehouse. East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. $650.00
I once dated a girl who lived in a warehouse room (somewhere in Hackney, if i recall). Her room was SO small. But so was she.
So it kinda worked.
‘I met Mr. Harryhausen while I was a student at CalArts. At the end of his animation lecture, a student asked if there was a trick to animating something as complicated as a seven-headed Hydra. Harryhausen simply cocked an eyebrow, gave a wry smile, and replied, “Yeah, you unplug the phone and CONCENTRATE.”’
(via AustinTranslation: Ray Harryhausen (1920-2013))
"That guy has too much spare time” is one of the most odious, intellectually dishonest, dismissive things a person can say. It disguises a vicious ad-hominem attack as a lighthearted verbal shrug. The subtext of the remark is that the subject’s passions — this remark is almost always directed at someone engaged in some labor of love — are so meritless that their specific shortcomings don’t even warrant discussion. The subtext is that any sane person who considers these passions will immediately see their total worthlessness. To direct this remark at someone is to utterly dismiss their personal fire and so their ability to distinguish between the worthy and the unworthy."