Rob Cockerham noticed that the price stickers at Costco looked quite generic (read: easy to duplicate) and whipped up his own with entertaining product names like “Goat Balls” and “Drunk Food.” - Such a clever idea.
National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen shares the incredible story of his personal encounter with a predatory leopard seal in the frigid waters of the Antarctic. These photographs—and many more—appear in his book, Polar Obsession.
Facebook recently, as in a couple of hours ago, released a bit of handy functionality that allows you to install a “Like” button on any webpage. Obviously, this has some pretty cool web traffic implications considering that it acts just like a Like button on Facebook (even looks the same). Anyhow,…
“We didn’t set out to do a musical,” maintains executive producer Jeff Pinkner. “We set out to do an episode that explored Walter’s state of mind — he’s dealing with some very upsetting news. When we realized that the way Walter would deal with such news would be to try to anesthetize himself with copious amounts of marijuana, well, singing and dancing became a natural outcome.”
Anything that deal with exploring Walter’s mind, I’m so up for. Such a great character and actor.
As a daily user of Google Docs, this is some very welcome news. Realtime collaboration is really forefront in the update, as well as a much faster spreadsheet editor. Don’t use the drawing tool, but I may actually check it out now.
While I use dropbox for the majority of my file sharing with files for my interns, CloudApp looks as if it may be a great alternative in some cases. Especially for the quick sharing of one file to an individual who you haven’t invited to your dropbox or you don’t want to have that person have to find that one file, in a dropbox full of files.
This did not bother me in the least. The episode was funny! First of all, it totally fit in with Phil’s character - remember the remote control episode. Second, I could sadly relate to Phil’s iPad dreams.