“Romney’s Campaign Misspells “America” in New App” —seriously? *seriously*?
“When I visited a Google data center—and by “visited” I mean “was given a tour of the parking lot”…” —andrew blum
“If every technological extension is also an amputation—as Marshall McLuhan said—then I wonder what part of me Google will cut off next.” —andrew blum
“I want to know how did we get here?” he finally says. “How did we ever fucking get here? That’s what I want to know.” —brian wilson. last month.
“Completely and utterly pointless, which makes it twice as awesome.” —app store comment, instacrt. and it is.
“Trump Could Help Romney Win Elusive Billionaire Asshole Vote” —what did borowitz do with himself before twitter?
“It’s all so quiet, so green and so wet.” To which her doctor replies, “It’s called England. There’s no known cure.” —from paradise postponed
Hell hath no fury like a security software vendor kept off a platform.
“Eugene Kaspersky frustrated by Apple’s iOS AV ban”
Boo. Hoo.” —it’s the period that gets me. that and his paragraph spacing. the macalope.
“The things I’ve done that worked the best were the things I was the least certain about … the kinds of embarrassing failures people would gather together and talk about until the end of time.” —neil gaiman
“Was there some kind of contest among the vegetables and kale won?” —the exemplary jon carroll
“When we are confident, and booming, and full of trust in our own splendour, The Great Gatsby seems like a curiosity, an anecdote as it did to its first readers. But when things are going wrong all round, and we are trying to remember what it was like to live within a magnificent dream – to be deceived by what we want – then it speaks to us. It buttonholes us, saying, not quite attractively or in a way that we can trust, “Old sport”.” —telegraph.co.uk - of course, only the british could write like that.