Month: October 2009
“When will these so-called ‘disruptive technologies’ become acknowledged as ‘future technologies?’” – @jeffjarvis via @laurelatoreilly
ipod circa 1980
“1000 cellphones syncing 53 different ringtone alerts from 2000 sent messages to reconstruct Tchaikovsky’s 1812 overture” (via endgaget)
“oooooh, oooooh, oooooh, oooooh…”
All I have to do when I am incredibly frustrated with Obama or the current congress (which is often) is look at a picture like this to feel the anger melt away. Just being reminded of these people involuntarily tenses me up until the relief that they are no longer in power washes over me.
It’s so amazing that these two dudes didn’t fix healthcare.
Reminds me of that time Harold & Kumar dressed up like doctors and snuck into a hospital to steal medical marijuana.
Cycling simply doesn’t need new product lines every year. If you let things grow for awhile instead of harvesting them on an annual basis then sometimes you can yield something of actual value. Plus, interesting product developments don’t follow a calendar or come from where you’d expect. In fact, just as hallucinogenic mushrooms grow on cow dung, inspiration can sometimes come from repugnant sources.