Yeah, What They Said, pointers to interesting stories. Some people call it “link sharing.”
“Same great Pabst taste, without the beer.” PBR bottled water, available in China:
Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottled Water from Dave Nemetz on Vimeo.
Pi (π) played on a piano
Each digit 1-9 is assigned a note and 0 is a quarter rest.
Some things remain popular because they are popular. As the popularity of something increases, the likelihood that its popularity will continue to increase becomes greater. “If all those people like it, it must be good.” The notion has been common sense for years, but now there’s scientific data pointing toward it.
Album Covers Separated at Birth
There are no new ideas. Pages and pages of album covers that are strikingly similar in concept and execution.
A tip calculator for iPod. It’s not free, but it looks cool. I used to have a tip calculator on an old cell phone and have been missing it for years, so this intrigues me.
Day Trip: Atlanta, Home of the Braves
I live in Atlanta, so I enjoyed this visitors’ travelogue about a day in the city, even though it’s mostly about baseball and other trivia. Did you know that the kazoo was invented in Macon? Oh, and no one calls it “Hotlanta” unless they’re being deliberately obtuse.
The Strokes have produced a
music video short film for their single You Only Live Once. It’s very “sci-fi” and a good song to boot: