The weekly roundup of awesome internet time-wasters: If I were in NYC at the moment, I would be all about seeing this ballet set to the music of Sufjan Stevens: Everywhere We Go. My favorite Google Doodle in a long while: Google Doodle Pays Tribute to Audrey Hepburn. Surprisingly difficult: IKEA or Death. I was … More Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 114
The weekly roundup of internet awesomeness: Love this so much: This Awesome Ad, Set to the Beastie Boys, Is How to Get Girls to Become Engineers. There’s some amazing a capella right here: Florida State University AcaBelles Perform Royals. Pretty sure we all know at least one of these people: Instagram and the Female Douchebag. … More Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 98
The weekly roundup of internet fabulosity: If Chandler Bing watched this video, he would probably say, “Tom Hiddleston, could you BE any more adorable?” (Answer: No) All hail the Michigan Accent. For a few of these, I don’t think I’ve ever heard a Michigander talk like that, but for most, I was nodding along in … More Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 97
The weekly(ish) roundup of internet awesomeness: A little bit of Mitten state pride: 27 Reasons the Great Lakes Are Actually the Greatest. I try not to get too political on here, and I’m honestly not sure what my opinion of the implications of these statistics is, but this is interesting to ponder: Here Is Every … More Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 88
The weekly roundup of awesome ways to waste your time on the internets: This is cool: A group of college friends recreates the Friends opening credits. Amy Schumer’s Compliments Sketch. This is pretty accurate, now that I think about it. The Game of Thrones theme, a capella style. So geeky, and I love it. Which … More Things That Are Awesome, Vol. 77
(Stop reading if you haven’t seen last night’s episode of Downton Abbey. Seriously. Stop.) Back when I wrote this post about Arrested Development, it occurred to me that basically every single TV show I’ve ever loved has declined in quality over the years (the exception being Arrested Development itself, likely because it only lasted three … More Why Can’t Television Shows Just Die Gracefully?
I had friends in town for the Fourth of July, and by the “Fourth” I mean Sunday to Wednesday, so my holiday stretched into four days of exploring Chicago, eating delicious meals, and – lets be honest – hating the weather (it hit 100 degrees here). Despite the overwhelming heat, we managed to see and … More A Festive Fourth