npr:

sesamestreet:

In case you had forgotten.

True, true.

One of life’s great truths.

npr:

sesamestreet:

In case you had forgotten.

True, true.

One of life’s great truths.

fastcompany:

All trendy menus looked basically the same—until San Francisco’s Trick Dog came along with these stunners.

America’s restaurants and bars cater to a thousand different varieties of palate and preference—lovers of offal, whisky aficionados, those who prefer things pickled and on small plates, and so on. But the humble menu has not caught up in terms of variety and inventiveness. Far too many of them, in fact, look exactly like this.
And then there is Trick Dog…
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Pretty smart.

fastcompany:

All trendy menus looked basically the same—until San Francisco’s Trick Dog came along with these stunners.

America’s restaurants and bars cater to a thousand different varieties of palate and preference—lovers of offal, whisky aficionados, those who prefer things pickled and on small plates, and so on. But the humble menu has not caught up in terms of variety and inventiveness. Far too many of them, in fact, look exactly like this.

And then there is Trick Dog…

Read More>

Pretty smart.

karenhurley:

Winning ad placements Via

Ah, life. Such fun.

“Women are taught to ‘satisfy other people’s standards and then apologize for when we don’t live up to whatever we think they want from us, even if we don’t really know what that is.’”
ilovecharts:

This is my new favorite design fail.

Genius.

ilovecharts:

This is my new favorite design fail.

Genius.

“I mean, I’m really interested to see if, post-public-Oculus and its backing from a multinational, billion-user social network, we actually end up with something like what Stephenson suggests with The Black Sun. I mean, we kind of had it with Habbo Hotel, we didn’t really have it with Second Life (because the deal with Second Life wasn’t so much social as it was Hey! Build stuff in 3D! and the deal with Habbo Hotel and Virtual Magic Kingdom and all the other stuff was “chat software rocks”). No, I mean the whole thing about movie stars using it to “visit with their friends” and “strut their stuff”. I mean, seriously. We’re about 12 months out from seeing if this is *actually going to happen*, and that’s pretty phenomenal. Put it this way: you think single-camera amateur YouTube shows are a big thing? Imagine live streaming from an Oculus Rift instance, and allowing people to drop by. This is like some weird virtual talk-show shit.”

via Dan Hon

Agreed. Tech-centric celebs, step right up. Imagine Tiny Letter-esque video shows… short, curated, ala “Comedians In Cars” but personal in a way only Oculus could be.

That’s something brands will sponsors.

Roadtrip part The End. Six states in nine days.

Roadtrip part 4: The drive through CO to Grand Lake. Moose photobomb and snow found in mid August.