Jack McBrayer & Triumph Visit Chicago's Weiner's Circle
good shit from Conan
good shit from Conan
“Ok, this is a wow”
John Siracusa’s massive review
so good (via)
Awww – a retro iPad from 2003ish. 12″ screen, 1″ thick (via)
there is an incredibly healthy subculture of Batman fan films. Of course there is.
bomb threats at the bridge and also the Windsor-Detroit tunnel make a pretty good case for the upcoming new government-owned bridge
John Lorinc looks for good news in the ashes of OneCity. I still don’t know what happened there.
“sci-fi scenario planning” imagines a “city in the sky” built on top of Old Toronto
piecing things together through twitter (via)
about the Kickstarter-funded “open” Android console
The Onion is doing web series now. This ep is amazing.
yes they do. I remember hearing that males age 14-25 bought two-thirds of the tickets at the box office. However, this appears to be changing, especially in Europe.
13 minutes of promo material for the latest Batman picture, yes, and maybe a little too detailed, but still
can’t say any of the services appeal to me but the concept is good
Steve Munro on what should be changed.
this wasn’t the article I was looking for, which was something about Kitty Pryde and vocal fry. But this one is more interestaaaaaaang.
“In that putative future, smartphone users would be relegated to special rooms in airports, where passers by would shake their heads disapprovingly at the grey faces lit from below by their tiny, blue screens.”
Super Mario portraits and story concept – “Mario is a beat down Plumber and leads a lonely but modest life. He can barely pay his rent and is coming off a drug called “Star.” (via)
interesting changes, mostly because the yearly demographic survey now includes those who play on phones, tablets and in the browser. Also, 50% of US homes have at least one console.
When you scan through a sitcom in fast forward, the laugh track sounds like an alien hissing.
It’s way funnier than the show. Plus, you’re done with the thing in a third the time.
Still, I couldn’t help feeling sorry for the alien in the audience, as it got angrier and angrier with every stagey joke.