During this video of Fred Armisen trying out Google Glass for the first time is a fun tidbit - it would seem that the device responds to anybody’s voice. So if you see somebody wearing the specs and want to mess with them, just say “OK Glass” a lot.
Now, that playground, at Columbia Place and State Street, has been renamed “Adam Yauch Park” in commemoration of Mr. Yauch’s many accomplishments, as well as his lifelong devotion to New York in general and to Brooklyn in particular.
The Times went with a newer song to illustrate Adam Yauch’s borough bona fides, but I’m going old school Beasties with “No Sleep Till Brooklyn.” I’d never seen this video, it’s kinda funny. 1987. That was a long time ago.
Question: “How many singer-songwriters does it take to change a light bulb?”
Answer: “Singer-songwriters don’t want to change anything.
Article written by Terre Roche of The Roches. Worth reading. She says she isn’t sure how to write a hit song. This is not a shock; I don’t mean that as an insult but if you listen to her music (I only sampled the three tunes posted on the Times article) they aren’t commercial. Again, that isn’t a bad thing. Unless you want to make money by writing songs.
Only 5 bucks and no bids as of this moment if you’re interested. As far as I know this miniscreen won’t pick up any channels because of the switch from analog to digital TV. (Yes, that’s an oversimplification; whatever.) Not that I’m buying this, but it’s fun to look at briefly.
There are a LOT of animated gifs in this post. It’s an interesting way to tell a story, if a bit headache inducing.
So you’ve started a blog and you’re feeling pretty damn good about it.
Everyday, people come to your site to read your posts. People share them with their friends and sometimes they even leave a comment. No better feeling than that…..
One day a friend says, “You know, you should…
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Jonmad17 2 weeks ago
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Also known as a fucking regular triangle
Sometimes the comments are the best part. Although I like this song.
Storm Powers and Speeches from X-Men: The Animated Series (by PlutoPlanetPower)
A collection of some of Storm’s characteristic overly dramatic speeches and quotes while using her weather control powers. See my other Storm video for these quotes set to the movies.
Bottom line: this is an amusing video.
Found via TextsFromSuperheroes.
Seriously, I could waste so much more time on this stuff than I actually do. People don’t appreciate how much discipline I possess.
This just makes me want to go watch The Avengers again.