MonthFebruary 2011

Extremely Mutual

This weekend, I actually sat down and read a current issue of the New Yorker for the first time since subscribing a decade or so ago (Usually I tear out the articles that look “good” and get around to reading them anywhere from six to eighteen months later).

The scientology article everyone has been raving about is indeed insane and awesomely thorough – the full text is online, so you should read it. BUT: my favorite bit of the whole issue was this little bit from Tina Fey’s Essay ‘Confessions of a Juggler,’ which is not online:

Network executives really do say things like “I don’t know. I don’t want to fuck anybody on this show.”

(To any exec who has ever said that about me, I would hope that you would at least have the self-awareness to know that the feeling is extremely mutual.)

Like lego and Ikea collaborating to build a tangible sequencer.

I don’t even like baseball that much, but this app is GREAT. It was an MFA Design + Technology thesis project for a Parsons grad. Watch the video.

Also known as: the best thing ever.