Watching Mastermind always ends up with a question, followed by a 42 y/o...– Playing with Twittov.
Cannibals Seeking Same: A Visit To The Online... →
On the Café’s forums were men looking for men, men looking for women (the ideal: short, buxom, thin redheads) and women looking for men—very few posts, if any, were for women looking for women. There were people who wanted to be eaten and people who wanted to do the eating. There were stories, artwork and users seeking advice on the best to way to cook someone. “I am ready!” announced that the...
An Optimist at Work →
By, who else?, Sween.
Tried to make fun of Tumblr for disappearing posts on Twitter, but my tweets are disappearing, so now I’m complaining about disappearing tweets on Tumblr. I guess what I’m saying is: fuck this, I’m going outside.
Lexcavator is a great word game by Adam Parrish that you can pay what you want for (don’t be that guy that pays nothing). Coolest thing about it: I use Markov chains to keep related sequences of letters adjacent in the game board. The goal is to make a faster-paced word game where it’s easy to find meaty words. And it tells you when you’re the first person to guess a word in...
Jonah Goldberg's desperation →
My Instapaper queue is bursting with things I didn’t have time to read last week, but this is probably my favourite thing I didn’t read last week.
The Truth About Facebook Advertising →
Hmm. A guy that makes a bunch of money from Facebook’s advertising platform thinks Facebook’s advertising platform is actually pretty great. Interesting!!