“My name is not bitch. It’s Vicki” (via Byron Crawford)
Three generations live under one roof in NYC... →
Cool feature on the Lee family all living under one roof in Chinatown neighborhood of Manhttan. Great interactive stuff from NYT too!
Subatomic particles > Light??? (WSJ) →
“Researchers said an experiment had recorded subatomic particles traveling faster than the speed of light, a shocking result that is bound to come under scrutiny because it would upend the field of physics if confirmed.” What would Doc Brown say?
U.S. Alleges Full Tilt Poker Was Ponzi Scheme... →
I was a huge poker fan throughout HS and College, having deposited a few hundred bucks on Full Tilt myself over the course of my playing. Good thing I was never any good!
Insane BASE jumping footage from the Australian Skydiving Centre
How To Be A Liberal Without Being A Liberal →
Great, GREAT piece on how to be a modern day liberal with out being a fucktard douche bag. My favorite part: Seriously, animal rights? We have 10% (low estimate) of our population who can’t find work to feed, clothe and house themselves and their family, and you’re angry that cows are being mistreated? So what? It makes me physically angry that this is a priority for some people who vote on the...
2012 CINELLI MASH BOLT
New Cinelli Mash frames look classy, if a slight bit boring. Enclosed is our third look for the Cinelli MASH Bolt series. This frameset marks the return of the original Bolt geometry— preferred by some of our long distance riders and racers for its more comfortable approach. Built with the same solid Columbus Airplane construction and finished with a tonal silver top coat. The graphic...
If major labels were smart or crafty enough to dictate where hip-hop went—...– - Kelefa Sanneh on Atlanta’s hip hop scene and major label influence More here: http://pitchfork.com/features/paper-trail/8662-atlanta/
Cam’ron (ft. Jay-Z & Juelz Santana) -...
Chuck Klosterman on Noel Gallagher - Grantland →
Oasis was my favorite band in my last year of high school. Not sure why as they had nothing in common with any popular music trend. Still, the monster choruses and hilarious interviews with Noel made me a fan. Good thing to know that Noel’s still hilarious and insightful, even though Oasis is no more.
Pharrell goes to Tokyo for Palladium boots. Far from the average corporate sponsored “branded contact” that I deal with everyday, this 5 part short film does an amazing job introducing Tokyo’s up and coming creative characters in the face of a new Japan. Very blunt about the disaster on 3/11, yet full of optimism as well. Highly enjoyable. More...