According to a study, only 1 out of every 200 people can identify all of these letters. Do you know which is which?
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I don’t know what’s going on here, but it makes me wish I didn’t have to use Macs at work. #ThanksApple #ThanksObama #SteveJobsIsObama
I tweeted alongside yesterday’s presentation.
apple: "and now, introducing the macbook DS, with an extra screen on the keyboard. nothing will really use this, but it'll drive cost up."
— Andrew 'Covarr'ubias (@ItsCovarr) October 27, 2016
Check out the complete series, in which I accurately report on everything Apple announced.
So you’ve finally done it. You’ve ditched that $150/month cable bill. You’ve stuck it to the big guy, and now you’re looking for a way to get your mass-produced content from the other big guys. Well fear no more! Here is a list. I know how you love lists. (more…)
We’ve all been there. You’ve got some really expensive thing you want to buy, but you can’t afford it, because of those pesky “must” expenses. But thanks to me, there’s another way! Read on for some of the most exciting new innovations in the field of life hacks, and be on your way to living your day the easy way.
Everyone else is posting about Pokémon Go, so I decided I would to in order to stay relevant. Jumping on the bandwagon with blatant pandering comic will get me views, right?
Does this make me one of the cool kids? Let me know in the comments.
Surely you’ve seen ’em around by now: “quizzes”. I put the word “quiz” in quotes because by any real definition of the word, that’s not what they are at all. You don’t answer any questions, you don’t make any choices. You simply click a few buttons, and it tells you something about yourself.
But let’s ignore the formal definition of a quiz, and look more closely into what’s actually happening. If you’re not answering any questions, how can these sites possibly know which breakfast cereal you are, or what year you should have been born in, or whatever they claim to be telling you? (more…)
Wilder called Our Town his favorite out of all his works, but complained that it was rarely done right, insisting that it “should be performed without sentimentality or ponderousness–simply, dryly, and sincerely.” -Wikipedia
Our Town is an American classic. It’s been produced a metric bazillion times by… I dunno, like a few hundred theaters? It’s also one of the most misunderstood shows by directors and producers.
Not too long ago, I was cast in a local production of Our Town. This play serves one simple purpose: to show an audience a picture of life, from start to finish. We see in it joy and sorrow, the exciting and the mundane, and everything big, small, and in between. What makes it unique and special is that its author, Thornton Wilder, intentionally forwent many of the staples of theater to create this picture. And that’s really where so many productions of this show get it wrong. They try to shoehorn the script into a more traditional style of theater, and in doing so trample all over what makes it such a brilliant show.
I’ll explain how, but I warn you, there are spoilers ahead (Yes, I’m giving you a spoiler warning for a 78-year-old story. What are you gonna do about it?):