Thoughts I have instead of smart thoughts.
Owl Turd is rapidly becoming one of my favourite webcomics.
This may have been a Serial Experiments Lain episode synopsis.
My contribution in full to the #bartkira project. This was tons of fun to do.
Everything’s coming up Milhouse
How To Screen Capture on the Microsoft Surface RT - Surface Geeks Surface Geeks
tl;dr: hold windows logo on the surface (not keyboard) and press volume down button on the surface
Some very H. P. Lovecraft style redesigns of some classic Win95 UI.
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Voting complete. Now we get more Arrested Development.
“Jon Hamm And Adam Scott’s ‘greatest Event In Tv
History’ Was A Tribute To A Forgotten ’80s Classic
If you know more about Simon and Simon than its intro and general premise, you’re better at TV than I am. If you’ve never heard of Simon and Simon, you’re the BEST at TV because, honestly, Simon & Simon — a CBS series about two mismatched brothers who ran a private detective service; it ran for eight seasons — wasn’t good.
drug companies hiding the results of clinical trials.
Why do we use a paper size that is so unfriendly for the basic task of reading? According to a very interesting post by Paul Stanley, the rough dimensions of office paper evolved to accommodate handwriting and typewriters with monospaced fonts, both of which rendered many fewer characters per line. “Typewriters,” he explains, “produced 10 or 12 characters per inch: so on (say) 8.5 inch wide paper, with 1 inch margins, you had 6.5 inches of type, giving … around 65 to 78 characters.” This, he says, is “pretty close to ideal.”
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