Fresh and Biz from “Men in Black II”....
You’re kidding me, right? You’re Google so I know you tested other ideas. I’m just curious… What were the other 1,500 shades of blue? “Noob” and “RTFM”?
By 2015, every consumer could make a major feature film with a gadget fitted to...– Whoa, dark. Why America Slept | Reverend Billy & The Church of Life After Shopping
So what you're saying is...
Baby Carrots ≠ Tiny yet full carrots. Fine. You win this round, vegetable.
Robin Williams reads “Der Panther” by...
Untitled (by 5-Second Films)
Everyone of us at one time or another has lived vicariously through Clint...– Jim Carrey
I've been dying to use this line on someone
“You can’t truly love twitter unless you first learn how to love yourself.”
Will Smith desu
There were two Japanese tourist girls on the packed train home last evening. Both had fantastically blonde hair and very expansive bags and shoes even I could recognize. People, myself included, had a strange shared reaction to them, like we should say something to them about what’s happening in their home country but not knowing if it’s appropriate to do so. Everyone was looking at the two then...
82 (eighty-two) is the natural number following 81 and preceding 83.– 82 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marketing is a tax you pay for being unremarkable– Robert Stephens - Founder, Geek Squad The real question of course, as Jonathan pointed out, is how much did Best Buy / Geek Squad spend on marketing.
How sweet would it be if...
you could put a cursor over any CSS hex color values in TextMate and use up/down/left/right arrow keys to increment the value in shades as well as color temperature?
A good design doesn’t need a refresh or a redesign unless the function...– Perfectly said. The Redesign Disease
The Cooper Journal: If users could lead... →
Rely on your vision, verify with people.
Rhythm is a dancer
New business idea
An HTML splash page service that only works for a flash site. […] Profit.
There is a company that sells radar equipment to the police as well as radar...– Caterina.net» Blog Archive » FOMO and Social Media