because most of the people I live chat with on that thing don’t seem to have any.
Those that have the sense to know that you don’t leave the sponge sitting in the sink. Those that need to be slapped.
In 1966, Ed Ruscha drove along the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, Los Angeles. Using a motorized camera mounted on the back of a pickup truck, he methodically photographed all of the buildings on each side of the street. He assembled the photos in the artists’ book Every Building on the Sunset Strip, which challenged […]
I wasn’t. I was obsessed with 2 specific articles of clothing that came with this doll. My grandmother had an almost identical blue & white striped dress (except hers was sleeveless). It was her favorite summer dress. My grandmother also had a blue wool coat, similar to the doll’s coat. In my mind, this doll […]
It’s a crowd sourced subscription based service. You have to put a can of cat food outside your door every day, even if you aren’t expecting a delivery.
I hate when you put something somewhere, because it makes perfect sense, in the moment, but then the next day it doesn’t make any sense at all, so now you can’t find it.
I told my eye doctor that I was seeing double, and his very serious reply was “Well, close one eye.” It’s a good thing I don’t have to commute to work by driving. I am beginning to think that the stereotype of old people driving badly might have something to do with bad eye doctors […]
capable of shutting down your PC without any sort of confirmation?
The story of “blue being invisible in history” begins in 1858 when William Gladstone who was mystified as to why the color blue was never referred to in ancient Greek writing. Further explorations have revealed an absence of the mention of the color blue in writing from many other ancient cultures. It was as if […]
The Investigatory Powers Act, or Snooper’s Charter, was introduced in 2016. Now one of its most contentious surveillance tools is being secretly trialled by two undisclosed internet firms. Via Wired If you don’t already use a VPN, now might be a good time to start.
The miners of Renaissance Europe, digging ever deeper into the earth in the search of ore, invariably found another, less welcome substance – water. Everywhere they dug, it found them, seeping into tunnels and shafts. If it could not be removed at least as quickly as it entered, it would flood the mine and make […]