“You may not like it, but it’s the future”.
I debated on whether or not to post this. It is a video of me getting more than a little ranty about the iPad and the future of computing as we know it. I finally compromised with myself and am posting a link and not the actual video. If you are ready to hear me scream and yell and wave my arms at the iPad nay sayers, check it out.
1) Before doing anything, pick a totally random number between 0 and, say, 5→5→5→5→5. If the number is 0, don
— Jon Pareles - Critic
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Photo of people I don’t care about using Color: Color.com
With the risk of sounding like an old man, I really don’t understand what the fuss is about this new mobile app called Color.
— Bruce Bartlett, an adviser in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations, on Herman Cain
So, we think we’re in love with the person behind Feminist Ryan Gosling. Like, really. We realize that’s cliche and all—he’s so BIG right now—but we really feel we have a special connection. And since the subject of Tumblr crushes has been making its way around the dash recently, we’ve gotta ask:
Do you feel connected to a particular Tumblr, or person behind it, in a way that might be deemed a little nuts? (In a good way, of course.) Have you ever contacted your Tumblr crush, asked them out for a drink, or checked their feed obsessively? Do you have rules for how to deal with Tumblr crushes? A guide for Tumblr flirtation? What is it about Tumblr that makes it so easy to fall in love? Any happy Tumblr couples out there?
We see an obligatory trend story…
Ed: Oh, and to get you really in the mood, here’s a link to LL Cool J’s “Hey Lover (This is more than a crush)”
Send me your tumblr love story! Just a crush is OK, too.