Didn’t Build That now in Rage format!
Boom! From big Jon Lovitz.
Jefferson Starship gets educated by president Obama. They didn’t, in fact, build that city on rock and roll. Somebody else made that happen.
Build all the Things!
Android phones aren’t as simple to use as the iPhone, but they’re not that much more complicated, and “if you’re willing to do the work to understand it a little bit, well I hate to say it, but there’s more available in some ways. —
Woz often diverged from Jobs. He wanted Macs to be easily upgradable, Jobs didn’t. Same reason he likes Android.
One of the things that drove Jobs nuts was how he thought Google stabbed him in the back with Android, he felt they stole a lot of the iPhone technology from him and would not get into the smartphone business, even at just the OS level. This comment from Woz would have likely set him off if he were still around today because of the anger he carried around with him about Google.
Robert De Niro’s Taxicab License, 1975
Always Deniro over Pacino. See photo.
Should The Times Be A Truth Vigilante? -
I hope this is a joke. The New York Times Public Editor wonders aloud if their journalists should be reporting the truth.
Report the news ornaments the news. When did the choice thing start, anyway?
kateoplis: Should Vanity Fair Be a Spelling Vigilante? -
Just as New York Times public editor Arthur S. Brisbane is concerned whether his newspaper should print lies or the truth, we here at V.F. looking for reader input on whether and when Vanity Fair should spell “words” correctly in the stories we publish.
One example: the…
Finally. Call them out.
I have two cats. A greater number than two indicates early Cat Lady.
So Belichick surreptitiously hired Josh McDaniels to prep for the Broncos. Who’s the prophet now?