Peggy Olsen is such a diligent Twitterer.
A friend of mine recently slimmed down on Weight Watchers. She joined two months...– Games Without Frontiers: Fun Way to Lose Weight: Turn Dieting Into an RPG [via kottke]
These days, to rent and not buy is a radical act. We chose to rent this...– We live in a hotel | Life and style | The Guardian
New York Shitty Goes To Jackson Heights →
lowlife: Dollar stores, deep fried hot dogs on sticks and chador Barbie backpacks… Only in Queens. I’m attracted to Jackson Heights mostly for the Indian food, but deep-fried anything never hurt either.
Is it just me, or is this just about the most boring, sleepy summer day ever? Please August, bring some more excitement.
chrismohney: “This is likely to end in tears and poorly worded Twitters.” - Mr. Rambow, when informed of a youngster’s planned prank at tonight’s Media Meshing. Those crazy kids. Us olds were jaded afore it was cool! Get out of our collective conceptual yards! It’s fun to reblog yourself. Also, if anyone’s going to this, stop by and say hi. I’ll be the guy looking for work.
The Best American Poetry: "Mad Men": Some critical... →
I still think it’s the fashions that keep people watching.
Mildly exciting: this Slate article about FriendFeed, which will supposedly save us all from ever having to read each other’s blogs ever again, simply by putting every Web 2.0 thing on a single feed. I was excited, that is, until I tried it. Very few of my acquaintances or friends have gone through the tedium of creating their own FF for me to use. Sure, you can go through the trouble of...