AND THEY LOOK LIKE PAT ROBERTSON.
Orson Scott Card provides a fresh reason to not see his movie or buy any of his books.
He and Frank Miller should do a Fountainhead remake.
I am apartment hunting. NJ is ok, but I’m feeling a weird urge to check out Brooklyn, the NYTimes says it’s all the rage right now.
That must have felt good.
This holiday season give your dog the gift of beauty. puppylift.com #krollshow
He can change the breed of your dog?
You know how there will sometimes (often) be that one story that saturates Tumblr all day to the point that you just want to scream “SHUT UP ABOUT X ALREADY!”
Today it’s Zou Bisou Bisou.
Ha, that’s me on the drums in the video.
I would fall off the Internet party circuit a few months later, completely nauseated with the “sameness” of it all and the utterly nonsensical questions about “why social media” and “how social media” and “when social media”, etc. At one point I was so fed up with being in the NYC internet scene, that when I gave a presentation in front of a group of people at a 92 Y Tribeca Mashable event, I said that the secret to success online was “being a girl and milking it for what it’s worth.”
Yes, if I had stayed in the social media circuit I would now have 6,000 more Twitter followers to add to my stagnant 5,500, I’d own more schwag, and I’d be closer friends with Caroline McCarthy… but truth be told I much more enjoy saying “I used to do that” than “this is what I do, have done, and will continue to do.”
So social media doesn’t interest me as much as it used to anymore. Big fucking deal. I still love the internet, technology, and being an early adopter. That’s how I got into it to begin with and that’s how I’ll get into the next big thing, be there first, become a known “first-er” and then drop off the face of the earth.
I guess you can call me a legitimate internet hipster. Too cool for mainstream social media and overcrowded meetups. That’s so 2008.
2012 is… hmm… what is 2012?
2012 is Loutallica covering Immigrant Song.
WHAT IS 2012?