Let The Oatmeal help you forget about Christopher Columbus and celebrate this federal holiday appropriately.
I saw this years ago and thought about it just the other day for no reason. Honesty in advertising is awesome.
via WIL WHEATON dot NET Wil Wheaton continues to be a positive spark in the world with this recent post: not in our stars, but in ourselves – WIL WHEATON dot NET. Here’s an excerpt: Remember how magical and humbling and inspiring it felt to just go outside specifically to look at the stars and planets, […]
The nation has been held in thrall this week by the senate hearings surrounding the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. President Trump nominated Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court. Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford accuses him of what could be a series of charges from attempted rape to attempted murder. The hearings […]
It’s easy to get sucked into the YouTube hole of TED Talks to watch enlightened individuals bless viewers with their wisdom. Boy howdy do they have a lot of wisdom to share. This clever life hack will eliminate the need to watch any more of those 15-minute talks. These two videos will change your life! […]
tl;dr The US is doomed…probably. My Thoughts I named this site Carrying Stones for a number of reasons. The current White House Administration las lobbed boulder after boulder in every direction. I fear we may all drown in stones if we cannot come together to carry them. If we fail to carry these heavy stones […]
I have two iPhone photography tips for you. They aren’t technical and will improve your photos. Stop holding your phone like a phone to take pictures. Turn it 90 degrees clockwise and hold it like a camera. Hold it firmly with both hands and use the “volume up” button as your shutter. Wasn’t that easy? […]
Typography for Everyone Makes Texts Much Easier to Read | NOUPE: The starting point for the observation is always the continuous text, which is what we write into the p-tags on the web. This text is the index, meaning it keeps the font size of 100 percent. All other elements are derived from that. According […]
Collection: M. C. Escher (1898-1972). Prints and Drawings / Institution: Boston Public Library – Digital Commonwealth Search Results Cool. via kottke.org
After reading Wired’s article It’s Time For an RSS Revival I’ve been reconsidering my RSS setup. Shaun Inman’s Fever has served my RSS needs since June 2012. Shaun marked Fever’s end of life in December 2016. I’ve been holding onto it ever since and will continue to keep it running on my host provider, but […]
Omni Roadmap 2018 – The Omni Group: Welcome! Each January, we like to pause and reflect on the past year’s accomplishments and to share a roadmap of our plans for the coming year. There’s a lot to share this year—particularly about our plans for OmniFocus in 2018—so let’s dive right in! It’s been an exciting […]
The Trumps asked to borrow a Van Gogh but the Guggenheim offered a solid gold toilet instead. – The Washington Post: The curator’s alternative: an 18-karat, fully functioning, solid gold toilet — an interactive work titled “America” that critics have described as pointed satire aimed at the excess of wealth in this country. For a […]
50 Cent accidentally made $8 million in bitcoin – The Verge: At the time, a single bitcoin was worth only $662, and the rapper’s fans could pick up the album for a fraction of that. In total, he pulled in over $400,000. Since then, the value of bitcoin has soared: the price of the cryptocurrency […]
AI Eating Up Lawyers’ Jobs, Sends Wave Of Worry Among Suitors: Deep research, extensive study of the case, and complex arguments have been at the center stage of livelihood of lawyers from ages. But advancements in technology would bring disruption in their work methods. Law school graduates would undergo different way of training to become […]
Netflix’s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction proves the world still needs David Letterman – The Verge: It’s not a show that will be easily distilled down into disposable YouTube clips, though there are some great exchanges. And it’s not a program that should be viewed with attention turned halfway elsewhere. It’s thoughtful, funny, and […]
Macmillan CEO: “We will not allow any president to achieve by intimidation what our Constitution precludes” – Publishers Lunch: The president is free to call news “fake” and to blast the media. That goes against convention, but it is not unconstitutional. But a demand to cease and desist publication—a clear effort by the President of […]
And the winner of the international statistic of the year is… | World Economic Forum: Kim Kardashian is an unlikely champion of statistics, but a tweet from the reality TV star in January 2017 contained a startling figure that has been named International Statistic of the Year. She shared a table showing a range of […]
The internet has become my primary source of entertainment and enrichment over the years. It serves me for reading to socializing and audio to video. I’ve been thinking about the people who help me find the things I enjoy most online and narrowed it down to three people: Marco Arment, Dan Benjamin, and Merlin Mann. […]
Here we are in a new year and I’m still signing my checks, “Please don’t kill me 2018!” I hope you have the best year yet in spite of all the challenges we may face.