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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Every Friday, we kick off your day with a few videos, loosely gathered around a theme. This week, in honor of Candymas Halloween, we present videos with kids. Black Keys – Tighten Up The Black Keys make some of the … Continue reading
Well look who it is, Chazzercise! We’re about at mid-season so theoretically we we should have this all figured out. Let’s see what happens. GAME 1: San Francisco (-1) at Denver (London) Phil: Not really sure why the NFL put … Continue reading
I’ve been watching Sister Wives with my roommates every Sunday evening the past few weeks, and instead of solving all of the questions that I had about that lifestyle, it’s opened up even more questions. I’m sure if I did … Continue reading
Calling this guy “King of the Nerds” is like calling Charlie Sheen a “mild fan of cocaine“. This guy is to nerds as nerds are to regular, lady-boob-touchin’ people. MY GOD. He … is … magnificent. (Ed. Note: For those … Continue reading
Watch out Contenders, Phil is hitting mid season form! Here are your picks in review for week 7. Take it away Annie…. GAME 1: Pittsburgh -3 @ Miami (Annie picked Pitt, Phil picked Miami) Annie: Really Steelers? Really?? I did … Continue reading
For those of you suffering from “data overload”, I’ve got good news. The solution isn’t to ignore data, but instead to make data convey more information in context. That’s the focus of one of the better TED Talks I’ve seen. … Continue reading
I spent three years living in Silver Spring in the mid-2000’s, which anyone who lived or visited it then knows as the era of Silver Sprung. I’m not kidding, the city actually altered all the public signs for about a … Continue reading
For those of you who waded through my rather dense thesis on the importance of context, thanks. The idea that subjective value resides even in the humble sitcom is odd, so I’m glad some of you at least stuck it … Continue reading