May 26, 2011
"Killing is just the kickoff. After that, the dead creatures go to a butcher in Santa Cruz, who cuts them into parts. Zuckerberg and his longtime girlfriend, Priscilla, have been cooking what he slaughters, eating what many people would not dare consume. He recently ate a chicken, including the heart and liver, and used the feet to make stock."

Mark Zuckerberg’s new challenge: Eating only what he kills (and yes, we do mean literally…)

I don’t have a problem with this. Not even a little bit. This is how people have lived pretty much forever. This was how we lived in the U.S. until probably a century ago. In some parts of the U.S. and in most of the rest of the world, this is still how people produce and consume their meat. (But really CNN? Noting that he ate chicken heart and liver and using the feet to make stock? Y’all don’t get out much do you?)

(via apsies)

May 24, 2011
lookhigh:

Still cool

lookhigh:

Still cool

(via geekandahalf)

April 19, 2011
myparentswereawesome:

Usawa
Submitted by Chioke

myparentswereawesome:

Usawa

Submitted by Chioke

October 5, 2010
"As we come to experience more of our world and one another through our digital interfaces, programming amounts to basic literacy. Even if we can’t truly program ourselves, recognizing how the programs we do use really work is revolutionary in itself. For once people come to see the way their technologies are programmed, they start to recognize the programs at play everywhere else - from the economy and education to politics and government."

Article: Douglas Rushkoff: Why Johnny Can’t Program: A New Medium Requires A New Literacy (via Instapaper)

(Source: misterjt)

September 13, 2010
newsweek:

sarah-ball:

Amazing. Click to enlarge.
[Newsweek]

This week’s Back Story. 

newsweek:

sarah-ball:

Amazing. Click to enlarge.

[Newsweek]

This week’s Back Story. 

September 12, 2010
defendneworleans:

Michelle Obama shows her football skills in New Orleans

defendneworleans:

Michelle Obama shows her football skills in New Orleans

September 12, 2010
"The bride looked like a young Elizabeth Taylor in an Oscar de la Renta  strapless gown with a low-cut bodice and a wildly frilly skirt that appeared to be made of feathers, clouds, whipped cream and youth.”

From the NY Times wedding profile of Vanessa Nadal and Lin Miranda.

I love this description.

"The bride looked like a young Elizabeth Taylor in an Oscar de la Renta strapless gown with a low-cut bodice and a wildly frilly skirt that appeared to be made of feathers, clouds, whipped cream and youth.

From the NY Times wedding profile of Vanessa Nadal and Lin Miranda.

I love this description.

August 31, 2010
Now serving …

Now serving …

April 30, 2010
bebrightasyellow: booklover:livingtoseayou:(via leilockheart)

Yes. This.

bebrightasyellow: booklover:livingtoseayou:(via leilockheart)

Yes. This.

April 4, 2010
raindog: via getkempt.com 

Way to hurt my feelings dude.

raindog: via getkempt.com

Way to hurt my feelings dude.