Things I can do before getting work done
11:38 am • 26 December 2011 • 1 note •
- Update Tumblr
- Update songs on iPod
- Send Words to Friends
- Make list of top 50 albums of the year
- Pay Verizon
- Do laundry
- Eat excessively well-thought out breakfast
- Play guitar
- Enjoy naked time because the house is mine for three days
- Edit new sketch
If I get started on those as soon as I go through Google Reader and catch up on TV, I should be good through New Year’s.
Or I will do what I have to do right……NOW.
After a shower.
4:29 pm • 24 December 2011 • 1 note •
The word they’re looking for is “each.”
The Internet is not that difficult
12:06 pm • 22 November 2011 • 28 notes •
It seems like everyone I contact is very picky about what platform they like to receive messages on. Some people don’t check Facebook. Some people don’t want to pay for texting. Some people just don’t want to talk to me.
It’s like this. You don’t give people a mailing address, move house without having your mail forwarded, and then not tell anyone. It’s even weirder if you drive by that house once a month to pick up mail and then send people letters saying, “sorry, I only check this once in a while because I don’t live in that house anymore. I’m a crazy person. The people who live there now do NOT like me. I regret missing your Bar Mitzvah.”
Google crowdsourced a beer
11:31 am • 1 October 2011 • 2 notes •
It will be free, but once you’re Google Buzzed, you’ll tell all your friends about products you think they would like.
+1 if you get lucky.
Rumor has it that Facebook will launch its own Tequila as part of its Photos application.
The thing I like about the new Facebook timeline
6:49 pm • 25 September 2011 • 2 notes •
It makes it really easy to answer this question:
Question: Which of my friends’ lives would make a good biopic?
10:17 am • 10 September 2011 • 13 notes •
Sorry, Facebook, when did we start dating?
10:16 am • 9 September 2011 •
If I were Coldplay, I just wouldn’t care about this.
12:32 pm • 29 August 2011 •
“Take a tour of our more Google-like features. Look, ‘everyone’ is called ‘public’ now, just like on Google. And there are white backgrounds when you click a photo. Like Google has. It’s like being on Google! What are you gonna do about it, Google? No, we really want to know, so we can copy it.”
— The latest Facebook pop-up, paraphrased