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"all i want is blackness. blackness and silence."
There are over 28 public radio stations in Alaska.
In between songs omg I love them
Archenemy would like to congratulate and thank the fan who showed up with zero notice to our friend Heather’s secret surprise birthday this weekend in Williamsburg.
Falling toy soldiers (at Radio City Music Hall)
- TOP 10 BEST EVER WTF OMG REASONS BUZZFEED FIRED ME, LOL!
Wanna talk about an opening week lineup. Wow.
The FWAs were a very, very big deal in my agency days. They’ve started doing a series of “where are they now” articles on old FWA recipients. This was a nice trip down memory lane.
Me and Hal Hartley in 1997 on the set of “Henry Fool.” In 2006 I reprised my role as Simon Grim in the sequel “Fay Grim.” Now Hal is Kickstartering “Ned Rifle,” the third movie in what he always conceived as a trilogy.
Hal’s a true artist, a personal filmmaker with a real vision. He’s always had to work to raise money. He’s working hard at it now. If you’ve enjoyed “Henry Fool” or any of his films, I urge you to help make this one happen. You can also help just by reposting this. I’m looking forward to putting that jacket back on.
"But about one or two percent of us (including yours truly) were thrown into little test buckets,..."
But about one or two percent of us (including yours truly) were thrown into little test buckets, apps with a bunch of different, experimental things going on inside them.
Fonts are larger. Fonts are smaller. Fonts are altogether different. Direct messages are revamped. Direct messages get more screen time. Swipeable banner notifications line the bottom of the app.”
OMG THANK YOU. I mean, I know I am old and blind and often turn the text size up on my phone, but I was SO CONFUSED when my Twitter text suddenly got twice as big this morning. I do kinda like it, though.
"Into the Gloss was always a passion project. But from the get-go I thought, sure, I know there’s..."
- How Emily Weiss Started One Of The Fashion Media’s Most-Respected Beauty Sites
When can you expect to see your first snowflakes of the season?
You don’t want to know.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates held back tears today as he discussed the significance of his company’s search for its next CEO. Gates didn’t have any major updates on Microsoft’s efforts to replace Steve Ballmer, but he did acknowledge the company is interviewing external and internal candidates. “It’s a complex role to fill,” said Gates, before noting that Ballmer’s successor will need to be comfortable running a company like Microsoft.
Okay okay, I’ll do it. But you have to come to New York.