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entertainmentweekly:

We take a look at what the cast of Can’t Hardly Wait is up to now, because FRIDAY.

This is relevant to our interests because Carlo’s cousin worse goggles around town just like Seth Green does in this movie. 

entertainmentweekly:

We take a look at what the cast of Can’t Hardly Wait is up to now, because FRIDAY.

This is relevant to our interests because Carlo’s cousin worse goggles around town just like Seth Green does in this movie. 

Our friends in Avon Junkies released their second single from The Lesser Evil today. The track is called “Stay The Same”, it’s pretty bitchin. 

Follow their front-man, Adam, on Twitter

Download the album on iTunes, here

[via Spotify]

Have you guys heard “The Human I Am EP” from This Good Robot? Led by former Patent Pending front-man Michael Ragosta, TGR is reminiscent of early PP, only a little bit geekier and a little bit smarter. I dig it. 

Check out their website, here.

[via SoundCloud / thisgoodrobot]

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Aaron Paul’s Terry Richardson Photoshoot

Photography god, Terry Richardson, recently shot Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul at his studio in NYC. With the show’s fifth and a half season premiering on August 11th, you should expect a lot more BB love around these internets in the coming months.

Editor’s Note: Terry’s Tumblr is pretty great, follow it by clicking the link below.

[via Terry’s Diary]

Conan O’Brien, America’s favorite late night funnyman, spoke at the 2013 White House Correspondent’s dinner. 

Coco took the opportunity to praise President Obama and take jabs at C-SPAN who televised the event. 

One of my favorite lines was this one:

“Fox is the jocks, MSNBC is the nerds, bloggers are the Goths, NPR is the table for kids with peanut allergies, Al Jazeera is the weird foreign exchange student nobody talks to, and print media, you’re the poor kid that died sophomore year. Cheer up, we dedicate the yearbook to you.”

That Conan is a funny guy. 

[via Viral Viral Videos]

Artist bla bla bla did this design of cookie monster as those japanse waves that people post a lot. Idk, something about culture and cookies. 

Artist bla bla bla did this design of cookie monster as those japanse waves that people post a lot. Idk, something about culture and cookies. 

chrisdaps:

The single worst type of nostalgia is the kind where people pine for life before the internet. It’s the worst because it’s completely and totally ignorant. 
I’m old enough to have lived half of my life in a world where the internet was a a novelty that tied up your home phone line every time you connected to AOL or Prodigy, and young enough to have lived half of it experiencing the internet for everything it is today.  This means that me and those born around the same time as I was, are uniquely capable of comparing both worlds. 
What’s lost in this kind of bullshit (see image above), is that literally everything has become easier. Yes, there’s something nice about holding a physical copy of a book or having a great conversation with a person that you know, outside in a park on a beautiful day. But, now we can listen to or watch literally anything we want, whenever we want. We know within a couple of minutes when a bus is going to arrive at a bus stop. We can order all of our groceries online and avoid the entire terrible supermarket experience. No parking lot, no squeaky wheels, no spills on aisle 4. Twitter and Facebook make it easier to contact most people you’ve ever met, should you desire to catch up or re-connect. Wordpress, Tumblr, etc mean that you can archive everything you write and never need to use an eraser. Erasers are fucking messy and leave grey smudges pretty damn often. 
You can go outside, but know when and if it’s going to rain, take a photo without having to wait for expensive film development, and almost never have to remember exactly how to spell someone’s last name. 
The most important thing that these bullshit comics forget, is that today you can know almost anything you want, immediately. Our ability to learn new things has been sped up to the point where your phone can tell you just about anything, the moment your curiosity is piqued, WHEREVER YOU ARE. 
It’s so silly when people make comics like this and other people share them like they’re true. You’re just mourning your youth and dealing with your mortality. Sorry, that’s life pal. Those times might have been great for you, and you should cherish your memories. But pining for a time when you had to wait on line at the DMV without YouTube or text messaging is dumb, so stop it.
Embrace the fact that today is so much better because of technology. Not by a little bit. By a whole fucking lot. 
Note 4/10/2013: I understand that this illustration does more to connect objects used for similar purposes in the past with the technology that we currently use, though I believe that the term “Vintage Social Networking” connotes a negative attitude towards the modern. Also, the context with which comics like this are shared is typically longing for better days gone by. 

chrisdaps:

The single worst type of nostalgia is the kind where people pine for life before the internet. It’s the worst because it’s completely and totally ignorant. 

I’m old enough to have lived half of my life in a world where the internet was a a novelty that tied up your home phone line every time you connected to AOL or Prodigy, and young enough to have lived half of it experiencing the internet for everything it is today.  This means that me and those born around the same time as I was, are uniquely capable of comparing both worlds. 

What’s lost in this kind of bullshit (see image above), is that literally everything has become easier. Yes, there’s something nice about holding a physical copy of a book or having a great conversation with a person that you know, outside in a park on a beautiful day. But, now we can listen to or watch literally anything we want, whenever we want. We know within a couple of minutes when a bus is going to arrive at a bus stop. We can order all of our groceries online and avoid the entire terrible supermarket experience. No parking lot, no squeaky wheels, no spills on aisle 4. Twitter and Facebook make it easier to contact most people you’ve ever met, should you desire to catch up or re-connect. Wordpress, Tumblr, etc mean that you can archive everything you write and never need to use an eraser. Erasers are fucking messy and leave grey smudges pretty damn often. 

You can go outside, but know when and if it’s going to rain, take a photo without having to wait for expensive film development, and almost never have to remember exactly how to spell someone’s last name. 

The most important thing that these bullshit comics forget, is that today you can know almost anything you want, immediately. Our ability to learn new things has been sped up to the point where your phone can tell you just about anything, the moment your curiosity is piqued, WHEREVER YOU ARE. 

It’s so silly when people make comics like this and other people share them like they’re true. You’re just mourning your youth and dealing with your mortality. Sorry, that’s life pal. Those times might have been great for you, and you should cherish your memories. But pining for a time when you had to wait on line at the DMV without YouTube or text messaging is dumb, so stop it.

Embrace the fact that today is so much better because of technology. Not by a little bit. By a whole fucking lot. 

Note 4/10/2013: I understand that this illustration does more to connect objects used for similar purposes in the past with the technology that we currently use, though I believe that the term “Vintage Social Networking” connotes a negative attitude towards the modern. Also, the context with which comics like this are shared is typically longing for better days gone by. 

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