the smell of my desperation has become a stench

Stuff I found while looking around


– Photographer Gus Petro – “‘Merge’ is the last part of a project series ‘Empty, Dense, Merge’ which explores two opposite feelings through the photos of places located in USA.”

“Paid for by New Yorkers who think Texas blows”

– I know what I’ll be doing this weekend: Where Do I Start With This American Life?

Who by very slow decay:

Every day, your doctors will meet with your family another time, and eventually, as your condition worsens and your family has more time to be hit on the head with a big club marked ‘REALITY’, they will start to relent. Finally, they will allow your doctors to take you off of the machines, and you will be transferred to Palliative Care, whose job I do not envy even though every single palliative care doctor I have ever met is relentlessly cheerful and upbeat and this is a total mystery to me.

The Malcolm Gladwell Book Generator

– Blinkbox is celebrating their release of the Game of Thrones third season by placing a dragon skull “the size of a carriage” on a beach in England.

A visual love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area.

– Even world famous rappers have problems.

– What your yacht says about you

“… should you come across a curious bear.”

PUPPY CAM! These golden retrievers and labs are going to grow up to be service dogs. Wheee!

– Marlo’s personality in an animated GIF

– One woman’s struggle to reuse her penis cake mould

Skittles, Trayvon Martin and Corporate Responsibility:

This is, of course, the usual go-to plan from almost any crisis PR pro’s playbook: Say nothing, or risk being damned no matter what you do.

– For the men in the room: How Clothes Should Fit

– Currently obsessed with Pitchfork’s debut of this website dedicated to film: The Dissolve

World’s slowest-moving drop caught on camera AT LAST

A few of my favorite recent tweets:

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Heather B. Armstrong

Hi. I’m Heather B. Armstrong, and this used to be called mommy blogging. But then they started calling it Influencer Marketing: hashtag ad, hashtag sponsored, hashtag you know you want me to slap your product on my kid and exploit her for millions and millions of dollars. That’s how this shit works. Now? Well… sit back, buckle up, and enjoy the ride.

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