I’ve been using the AeroPress for about 1.5 years now. Love it. Stumptown’s instructions, here, are a little fancier than how I do it.
If you are at your desk, turn the speakers loud. Your office mates will thank you.
Hugh Grant is interesting no matter what he’s talking about.
How to start a pyramid scheme and get rich ripping people off. And it’s all legal!
These were Broadway-style musical plays put on at tradeshows and conferences, featuring production numbers praising tractors and bathroom fixtures and such, for an audience of salespeople charged with selling those kinds of things.
I have a friend who wrote and produced one of these shows, and I was peripherally involved. It was a blast.
Selling complete homebuilding kits, which arrived in train boxcars, was big business for Sears 90 years ago. Some of the houses are still standing and occupied.
Unless you’re, y’know, looking at porn at the moment. In which case we’ll wait.
And at the end, one of the researchers creates a video of his partner dancing. That’s chilling — imagine what our friends the Russians could do with that technology for fake news.
Featuring David “Stranger Things” Harbour. Looks good!
Not sure it should be called a reboot; it looks very much in the style and voice of the original. I liked the original a lot, so I’m not complaining.
I tried two Hellboy comics recently. I did not care for them.
The song also figures into Wes Anderson movie “Isle of Dogs,” and “Akira,” or so I have been given to understand.
Why can Mel Brooks make jokes about Nazis and make it work? Vlogger Lindsay Ellis connects Mel Brooks’ career of making jokes about the Nazis with real Nazis, “Judgment at Nurenberg,” “Dr. Strangelove,” the alt-right, and more.
If you do not love this song I will unfriend and block you.
Youtube CEO: it will be impossible to comply with the EU’s new Copyright Directive (adios, Despacito [Cory Doctorow/Boing Boing]
YouTube wants to enlist you to help moderate its website – Justin Duino, 9to5Google
Your reward for your unpaid labor on behalf of one of the wealthiest companies in the world: The opportunity to do MORE unpaid labor for Google!
Maybe when I’m done volunteering for Google I’ll go to Walmart and stock some shelves.
I’m skeptical too. But whenever I have an opportunity to try VR I knock people aside to get in. So I guess you could describe me as ambivalent.