You’re like a little boy that needs to be monitored on the internet– Heather :(
Safety Words - “Glass Joe Ain’t No...
time attendance software medical billing at... →
This could have been somebody’s awesome Parks and Recreation fansite, but domain squatters are assholes. How many IPv4 addresses are these clowns wasting?
I couldn’t bloody walk. I crawled to the toilet and weed on my knees!– My Dad, describing the first time he smoked weed
The Death of Idle Time →
The other day I was watching HBO’s The Pacific while scrolling through entries from 18 different blogs listed on my Google Reader RSS feed when I started to watch a YouTube video … and I thought to myself: What the hell are you doing?
He isn’t sure what political party he’d support if he was old enough...– Justin Bieber “talking politics” in a fucking Rolling Stone cover story. An interview with a fucking 16 year old is Rolling Stone’s cover story, everybody. Justin Fieber is getting kind of embarrassing, you guys.
Paul Haggis Vs. the Church of Scientology →
I love the feeling you get right after pouring all of your attention into a fucking 25,000 word article for about 90 minutes. It’s like waking up. (via Give Me Something To Read)
The Go! Team - “Voice Yr Choice”
Heather is learning Python
Heather: Well then.
Me: Well well well.
Best Coast - “Bratty B”
The Go! Team - “Yosemite Theme”
Tyranny of the Alphabet →
Carlson and Conard break new ground by measuring not the immediate but rather the long-term effect of having a surname at the alphabet’s end, and how that, in turn, affects buying patterns. Their working hypothesis is that “[R]epeated delays imposed on children whose last names are late in the alphabet create in those individuals a chronic expediency motive that is automatically...
The New Readability →
Today, Readability graduates from basic web reading tool to a full-blown reading platform. This is a fantastic idea. They’re charging users to use Readability and then distributing the fee to the publishers you use Readability to read. It’s pretty interesting to me that anybody can register to receive fees from Readability, too. (Paul Graham’s blog is in some of the demo...
Realising you have fragments of American pronunciation permanently embedded in your otherwise-thoroughly-British speech.