Why old people are the worst at technology – (here)
Man buns and bears and why you should be drooling – (here)
Shade at it’s finest — in the music industry – (here)
Game of Thrones – (here)
via blue tea leaves
I love old people…and I define old as 30+….like when I try to teach my father how to text message.
I actually think this is a great idea, and I’m hardly the environmentalist. However, I can’t tell you how many reams (yes, reams) of paper I’ve gone through in only 4 months of working. Viva la WWF.
After 30 years and 200 million units solds, the Sony Walkman cassette player’s production has ended.
Yup, say goodbye to the iconic walkman as Apple’s leading charger of mp3 players effectively changes the entire landscape. I’m wondering what will replace the iPod.
Now that the MTA is considering what the CTA has, phone service in the subway as well as wifi, things are going to change.
I mean, I truly hated hearing people’s conversations on the L. And dramatic NYCers will be the absolute worst – imagine a one-sided conversation by a Jersey Shore person!
No, but worst of all is that the excuse of ‘I’m getting on the subway, let me call you back’ is no longer valid. And that’s a shame, because I do it to my parents or people I don’t want to speak to anymore.
"Particle engineer Paul Luckham and designer Manel Torres have combined cotton fibres, polymers and solvent to form LIQUID FABRIC.Once the fabric dries, you can take it off and wear it again."
I’m actually amazed at how epic it is that clothes can be sprayed on and dried, then removed like we normally do with clothes. I find this to be beyond fascinating.
See how it all works after the cut…
via Yanko Design
If you’re like me, and you’re reading this blog, I’m quite sure that this product is exciting to you. Tell me this is dumb and I’ll tell you you’re not a nerd, or that you’re just computer illiterate.