Every morning, I push the STOP button on the handrail of a number 63 bus. It...– Tom Armitage on Buttons - The Game Design of Everyday Things at Kill Screen. You wouldn’t think you could get homesick for a simple button. You’d be wrong. (via blech)
girlwalkallday: We had an amazing weekend filming a handful of scenes in Central Park with scores of volunteers — if you were there, thanks a million. The weather held out until the last shot, and the dance spirit was alive. In between scenes, Alex Berg shot John from across the pond breaking it down to this favorite team mashup. The music comes from The Hood Internet’s Mixtape Volume 5,...
Varsity Bookmarking: My Job Pt.1 — I have no idea... →
pieratt: I am the CEO of Svpply, Inc., a social shopping S-Corp operating out of New York City. My company has been the recipient of over half-a-million in investor dollars, for the stated purpose of building an unknown, 3,000-member web service into a cultural phenomenon, and I truly have very little…
Super Obvious Secrets That I Wish They’d Teach In... →
Summary? Keep working. You get the work you do. You get the skills you use.
Frank Chimero: Sharing and Giving, Collections and... →
viafrank: This morning I launched a new blog called The Mavenist. Allow me to digress. Most of our blogs, our new digital mantelpieces, are a collection of the things we find. Our collections are made public—others are given access, and we call this sharing. But it is an odd sort of sharing, where what…
Doing it like crazy
shitmystudentswrite: Macbeth couldn’t have loved Lady Macbeth because he was crazy and too busy hallucinating witches and stuff. Also, crazy people can’t do it without going crazy midway through.
adventuretime: Here’s my attempt at combining two of my favourite things, Adventure Time and Portal! Submitted by molassive