Alright, I’m sure everyone has seen the Shit Someone Says meme. If you haven’t well, I’m just sorry for you. It’s been all over the internet.
But unlike many people, who are completely burning out on the meme, I personally love it. And the main reason I enjoy it is, that unlike other image based meme where all you need is MS Paint or Photoshop. To create a really good SPS video, you’ve got to put some real time and energy into it. Film it yourself and then edit it perfectly.
Sorta like my favourite example, the Sh!t DC People Say video below.
BTW, have you heard? That place has got an amazing brunch.
First – Hey! Speaking of memes, how about a little Silicon Valley Ryan Gosling. Girl, I know you want to.
Second – Prometheus essentially looks like Ridley Scott’s Alien 2.0… but it still looks freaking stunning.
Three – One of our favourite spots in DC/VA is Northside Social Coffee House. It’s a quaint little coffeeshop that we frequent quite regularly. One of the things they do is promote local artists, by adorning their walls with art. Over the past few months, they’ve had the paintings of local Arlington artist, Chris Bishop all over their walls.
There’s something about his work that I just adore. The combination of the aesthetic and bright colours, catches my eyes everytime we walk. Anyways, it’s one of my favourite local artists and I’m hoping to pick up a print before we leave the district.
Fourth – If you haven’t heard, Twitter is now going to work with governments to block and censor some select tweets and accounts. While on the face value it’s a some what daunting development, here’s an interesting read on why it’s not that bad of a policy.
Fifth – I’ve been holding on to this for quite sometime, but this article from Eric Francis is just another example of why he’s a hack writer. I understand the hatred for this kid, but it’s clear that Francis knows nothing about Ovi… nothing… nothing.
Sixth – A couple of weeks ago, Kanye West crawled out of his online fortress of solitude to embark on one of the most talked about Twitter rants in recent history. Luckily for everyone, the sports blog Grantland has transcribed the entire rants.
Seventh – Did you know that Dungeons and Dragons is being redone? No, not the horrible Jeremy Irons movie. I mean the actual ten-side dice, playing with little figurines board game. Yeah and it’s being built through crowdsourcing. Please insert ten sided dice joke … here
Eighth – Awesome overload, AT-AT Dog eating a birthday Treat.
Ninth – A full retro-redesign of all 32 NFL logos. (via @Brennancreative)
(Even though I still despise Teebow, I’ve got to say Denver has the best redesign.)
Tenth – An interesting essay on how PRINT design, yes I just said print design, is going to be the future of the internet.
I feel dirty just agreeing with that statement.
Eleventh – Remember my little post on the Calgary food scene? No! Well then, scroll down a bit.
Anyways, it turns out that it got featured in Calgary Open file last month.
Twelfth – Reason #224 why Obama is going to win re-election in 2012, he looks far cooler as the incredible Hulk than Mitt or Newt.
Thirteenth – I’ll say this once and I’ll say this again, Detroit is easily one of the most facinating places on earth at the moment. Delapitated, desolate and depressed… Hell and that’s only the Pistons current record.
Okay, okay. Here is what looks to be a fascinating documentary on the dystopia that is Detroit
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