Weekend Links: Corporate Buzzword Generator
Who says film criticism is dead? (besides people I try to get jobs from) One particularly excited and adamant 8 year old explains the appeal of The Expendables. And he even gets to say what every critic longs to yell at stubborn audiences: "shut up anyway! what do you know?"
From Savannah, a true gem from the internet (and the Annals of Utter Oddity): "I thought it just too strange not to pass on. The video is of an older, enthusiastic (and perhaps loopy) lady demonstrating, as the video states, how to give an opossum a pedicure." (no possums appear to be harmed in the making of this video)
My Little Pony Mods for GeeksÂ (featured in part before, but there are some new spectacular updates!)
From links-finder extraordinaire Jan, may I introduce you to Dog Judo. I've only watched a few episodes, but something about it makes me think of the Mighty Boosh. Anyone else? Or just enjoy it for its own bizarre sake!
We all know that most of the time it's much easier to talk to an actual person when you dial up a customer service line. Dial-A-Human provides a helpful list of shortcuts that can help bypass prerecorded messages or being placed forever on hold.
Get ready for your Monday morning meetings with this corporate buzzword generator. If you are shifting the paradigm to revolutionize interactive channels to enhance a user-interactive, client-focused, dynamic gameplan then ... where was I?
In some ways it seems a shame to have cut up these old pulp novels, but the art that came from is pretty cool.
Masters of Re-purposing: reinventing the Bic pen.
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