The Credible Hulk

I see and share seemingly dozens of amusing memes a week, but every now and then one just has to be blogged: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Do We Live In The Age of Sociopaths?

Seems like either a pessimistic assessment of the age or a loose use the word to me, but I still found this New Inquiry excerpt from Why We Love Sociopaths: A Guide To Late Capitalist Television a bit thought provoking: My greatest regret is that I’m not a sociopath. I suspect I’m not alone. I have written [Read More...]

Crazy Food Art

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Good Humored Rivals

As a Nietzschean there is a soft spot in my heart for mutually admiring rivals. I’m not much of a fan of Ryan Seacrest and I haven’t watched The Today Show even once that I can remember since I was in high school. But I enjoyed watching this interview in which Matt Lauer and Ryan [Read More...]

Donald Sadoway on the Battery of the Future

I’m no tech guy, but Bill Gates on the Twitter recommended this talk by an MIT Professor with a “thrilling” “game-changing” new battery, so I figured it might be worth your attention. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

A Little Friday Afternoon Harmony

Covering the Jason Mraz song “Lucky”, sisters Camille and Haley Harris come off as a really sweet and charming pair of young women with gorgeous, well harmonized voices: Wasn’t that beautiful? Okay, the ugly complications of politics are below the fold. Skip that stuff if you’d like to end your experience of these talented and [Read More...]

Painting With No Arms

Iranian painter Zohreh Etezad paints and weaves with her feet: To watch a similarly amazing woman fly a plane with her feet, click here. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Copyright Math

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Creating Objects That Tell Stories

On Sunday, I saw Yves Behar on CNN’s show The Next List (segment previewed above) and was amazed by his work. Here is a TED video from a few years ago where he talks about his projects: [Read more...]

Kids Can't Watch Depiction of What Their Lives Are Like

Sounds like an Onion title when put like that, no? Here’s a documentary about the bullying kids’ suffer that the MPAA rated R: The MPAA defended its judgment thusly: [Read more...]