Spoiler: its a long commercial for the robot
…I want the robot.
- It’s time to stop making fun of Justin Bieber and just get this dude some fucking help. Yes, there are hundreds of millions of people around the world who are also in a bad place, a terrible place. I know that. But there are probably just as many folks who hold this dumbass up as an example or a…
Yeah, clearly the whole “putting young teenagers in the global spotlight during their formative years with all the money they could ever want” thing isn’t working out so hot
I am so so so excited for this game by Double Fine. It’s an adventure game, something you just don’t encounter these days anymore. Watch the trailer, get hyped!!
Wow! Such texture! Many wants!
Following up last week’s post with the new Bee design, here’s PuppyCat’s new look, thanks to Becky (and Natasha).
Puppycat redesign?! Say whaaaaat
*kicks holes in walls*
I AM SO ANGRY
But nah, we’re still definitely the greatest country in the world. </sarcasm>
It’s time to stop blaming our surroundings and start taking responsibility. While no workplace is perfect, it turns out that our gravest challenges are a lot more primal and personal. Our individual practices ultimately determine what we do and how well we do it. Specifically, it’s our routine (or lack thereof), our capacity to work proactively rather than reactively, and our ability to systematically optimize our work habits over time that determine our ability to make ideas happen.
I always give books. And I always ask for books. I think you should reward people sexually for getting you books. Don’t send a thank-you note, repay them with sexual activity. If the book is rare or by your favorite author or one you didn’t know about, reward them with the most perverted sex act you can think of. Otherwise, you can just make out.
Pell-Mell by Tom Wolfe - The American idea was born at approximately 5 p.m. on Friday, December 2, 1803…
America, My New-Found-Land by Tony Judt - For a long time I toyed with the option of returning to Europe—but it was in America that felt most European. I was hyphenated: two decades after landing in Boston, I had become an American.
Just Asking by David Foster Wallace - Are some things still worth dying for?
Fixed Opinions, or The Hinge of History by Joan Didion - A startlingly insightful account of the ideological aftermath of 9/11.
Fear and Loathing in las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson - A Savage journey to the heart of the American Dream
The Me Decade by Tom Wolfe -“The new alchemical dream is: changing one’s personality—remaking, remodeling, elevating, and polishing one’s very self … and observing, studying, and doting on it. (Me!)”
How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America by Kiese Laymon - I’m a walking regret, a truth-teller, a liar, a survivor, a frowning ellipsis, a witness, a dreamer, a teacher, a student, a joker, a writer whose eyes stay red, and I’m a child of this nation.
The Great American Stasis by Chuck Klosterman - When you remove yourself from the exciting scrum of american culture, you realize it’s not very exciting, and there is no scrum.
Culture Got You Down? by Chuck Klosterman - Get over it. You’ll be happier—and a lot less annoying.