The weekly-ish roundup of awesome internet finds:
- Hah: The Malcolm Gladwell Book Generator.
- When I first saw this story, I thought it was a joke, but I’m so happy it actually happened: Derek Zoolander Just Walked the Valentino Show at Paris Fashion Week.
- Those Hammer pants though: Watch a Young Ryan Gosling’s Mesmerizing Dance.
- If you haven’t binge-watched Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt yet, then, well, I don’t know what to do with you. It’s awesome. Exhibit A: The 20 Funniest Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Pop Culture References. Exhibit B: Life in Your 20s as Told by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt GIFs. Exhibit C: The catchiest theme song known to man (“they’re alive, dammit!”).
- New stuff is always opening in New York, but this has GOT to be the best development I’ve heard about in ages: Anthony Bourdain’s Food Hall Should Open This Year.
- Interesting stuff: The Uncensored, Epic, Never-Told Story Behind Mad Men.
- Adorable: People in Australia Have Started Taking Selfies with Quokkas, and the Results Are Brilliant.
- This made me giggle: How German Sounds Compared to Other Languages.
- I had never heard of this game before, but it’s very interesting: How Doctor Who’s David Tennant Distorted Time for the BBC’s Radio Audience (and if you want to listen to his full spiel, it’s here) (if you could happily listen to David Tennant talk all day, raise your hand) (raises hand).
- “The LOL is redundant when you have the haha”: Mean Tweets – President Obama Edition.