merlin: My Initial Thoughts on Apple’s Announcement Regarding the Release of the iPad, Viz. the High Likelihood of Its Impact As a Paradigm-Shifting, Next-Generation Appliance Poised to Upend the Traditional Notion of Computers As Per Se Computers; Plus, Educated Commentary on the Complex and Sometimes Adversarial Relationships Between Humans and the Machines That They Build to Use and to —...
On the Street....Alessandra, Milano →
Black and denim. Classic. Hate the peeking pockets, but those stilts are nice. What a smile.
Blog Post: At age 12, I designed the Apple Tablet →
Tough Enough For Fashion →
Dig the rumpled pocket square and those socks. Really handsome shoes, too.
Kristin Chenoweth singing “Maybe This Time” in Glee. Rocks my world. Fucking Pipes.
Bon Iver - Woods →
Auto-tune has never sounded so pretty.
Star Wars opening crawl in HTML/CSS →
For non-developers out there, here’s why this is important: this recreation was made using only HTML code and CSS styling. No Flash, no Silverlight, no plug-ins required. Currently, it only works in Safari 4.0.4 (or the latest WebKit build) on Mac OS X Snow Leopard. So chances are, you’re just going to see a YouTube video. But this is the future. One day, in the...
Low- “Whore”, from Things We Lost In...
MacGyver would be proud →
Vintage Ad Smorgasbord →
If you have any interest in ephemera, this is a good place to lose the rest of your day. I’d really like to see illustration make a comeback in the style of the 1940-1960s period.
God Bless America, indeed. →
I love it when, every once in a while, somebody questions whether or not...– via @GreatDismal
My new jam →
She could be found out dancin’, at Ludlow street and Stanton. Oh you should’ve seen her, shake it up like Orangina. And even though she’s a liar, no one ever got me higher. And even though she’s my friend, we never knew when to say when.
I guess I’m going to have to learn how to make a tumblr theme, because I can’t live with any of these.
Turn of the Century Predictions, circa 1900 →
Think about these in the context of the types of predictions people tend to make this time of year. (See here also: http://paleo-future.blogspot.com/2007/04/what-may-happen-in-next-hundred-years.html)