Thing is – spoiler alert – halfway through the film, the Ghostbusters realize...– BLDGBLOG delivers your Ghostbusters fan fic of the day. (Via BLDGBLOG)
Critical consensus on Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen is overwhelmingly...– Charlie Jane Anders just killed all the other Transformers reviews. (Via io9)
This has been a terrible day for the 80s.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen grossed a record-breaking and totally insane...– Taste is overrated. (Via New York Magazine)
YouTube Mobile Uploads Up 400% Since iPhone 3GS... →
When Apple unveiled their video interface at this year’s WWDC it became apparent why certain features were left out of the iPhone in the previous generations. The team at Apple are perfectionists. The interface for video is worth the wait, as it is for all much delayed features: MMS, copy/paste, etc. Now we have quantitative evidence: all on their lonesome Apple quadrupled mobile uploading...
Advertising During The Simpsons More Expensive on... →
How we eat determines, to a considerable extent, how the world is used.– Wendell Berry
You can’t make a baby in a month by getting 9 women pregnant.– Warren Buffett (Via Dealbreaker)
Instapaper Pro 2.0 released! →
marco: This is big. This is big. I’ve been a fan of Instapaper for awhile. I believe it was the first app I paid for. If you own an iPhone I strongly suggest you go buy the full version and install the bookmarklet in your browser. It’ll change your day. More than that, this version stands to change the publishing world at large. A post yesterday on the NY Times’ Gadgetwise...
If you want to save yourself the ticket price, go into the kitchen, cue up a...– Roger Ebert on Transformers 2 (Via rogerebert.com)
You think of the drum part that John Bonham did on Led Zeppelin’s first...– Jimmy Page on Guitar Hero and Rock Band (Via Kotaku)
This ‘most wanted’ version combines the elements the 500 people...– Crowd sourcing works well for quantitative goals with discrete variables. Like software. Not for music so much… (Via Listening Post)
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Tumblr gets richer.
My Advice to Wired Magazine: Steal a Page from... →
Over at BoingBoing Gadgets, Joel Johnson recounts his days at Wired and Wired.com, perhaps the two most ironically mismanaged media properties in the digital age. Go over and read his piece. With Wired plumbing the depths of Condé Nast’s portfolio in terms of revenue, it’s time to restructure Wired and Wired.com so they compliment each other. My recommendation? Make Wired a quarterly...
Tapping several sweet spots in web development, Wave aggregates real-time...– The Guardian (Via ValleyWag via the Guardian)
If you were to distill Facebook down to its core magic, you’d have Twitter’s...– Michael Arrington. For the sake of us all, I pray he doesn’t influence business for much longer. (Via TechCrunch)
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Andrew Sullivan is Single-Handedly Owning Coverage... →
In addition to proving the value of journalism, the power of realtime editors and the impending demise of old-form media. Hell, his server is even reportedly under a DOS attack and he’s still killing it. J-School students, new media pundits and tech insiders should take note.