OmNomShow 31: Going Gluten-free Dec 30th, 2010 by omnomcast John Lim & Richard Augustin talk to Kevin Peterson from Bettr.com.my, who underwent a month-long gluten-free diet. Why? Well, why not? You get a flatter tummy, less farty, and crap better. It may be the first time in BFM Radio’s history that the word ‘poop’ was used in the proper context. We also ask Kevin on...
Top 10 Tech Failures of 2010
marco: Something from Apple that everyone loves Something else from Apple that everyone loves Your favorite cellular telephone Something Facebook did Something Google launched A crappy tablet nobody has ever heard of Microsoft’s latest initiative Desktop Linux Michael Arrington Ping There. That should generate some pageviews.
thedailywhat: Movie Trailer of the Day: The Other Woman, Don Roos’s long-shelved story “of a woman’s difficult relationship with her stepson,” gets its first official trailer. The film, which stars Natalie Portman, Scott Cohen, Lauren Ambrose, Charlie Tahan, and Lisa Kudrow, will be available via IFC VOD starting January 1, with a limited theatrical release to follow in February. [deadline.]
bbook: awards-season: New clip from Blue Valentine. Swoon. WHEN WILL THIS MOVIE ARRIVE?!
OmNomShow 30: Christmas leftovers Dec 27th, 2010 by omnomcast So what do you do with all those Christmas leftovers? John Lim asks the man with the pan Richard Augustin on how you could repurpose leftover turkey, mash potatoes, cake, and bread into something more than passably edible — some would even call it comfort food. Among the ideas discussed are: 1) Richard’s KFC/Roast...
Cupertino effect →
bestofwikipedia: The Cupertino effect is the tendency of a spellchecker to suggest inappropriate words to replace misspelled words and words not in its dictionary. (via sleevia)
soupsoup: 2010 : The Year In Film
hipstertracks: Vampire Weekend - Fight For This...
EXPIRED: Tea Parties With Politicians
poskod: THE 2010/2011 INSPIRED/EXPIRED AWARDS Category: Most Disingenuous Reason To Eat Cake Unlike the hoi-polloi’s informal limteh sessions, politician-hosted tea parties are highly orchestrated: screened by public relations consultants, with all interactions carried out according to itinerary. (CUE: sycophants clap politely.) The benefits of such social events are as opaque as glass of...
thedailywhat: TV Show Promo of the Day: As part of an effort to go beyond “unrealistic and dated softcore programming,” Playboy TV is launching a “couples-friendly” block of shows called “TV for 2,” which will include the channel’s very first reality show, Brooklyn Kinda Love. The docu-series, which “explores the relationships of four couples living in New York,” was produced by Joe and Harry...