Category Archives: LOL

Lol @ unintentional projections into the aether

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Busted. Thanks, Spotify.

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Gizmodo microfame

Tuesday marked the third and fourth time my picture has graced Gizmodo.com, each reason more ridiculous than the rest. Forgive my self indulgent trip down memory lane while I recap the times I’ve been unknowingly blogged by my favorite tech frathouse on the internet.

1) When Molly Oswaks and I were setting up the new Internet Garage after hours and decided to take pictures of ourselves wrapped in ethernet cables in the busted old photo booth in the Bedford Mini Mall hallway only to find a request for a floppy disk.

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2) When I posted a picture to the facebook of the first time I used a computer when I was eight.

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3) When Sam Biddle demonstrated how the new facebook graph search can let you find your single female friends:

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4) When Kyle Wagner authored a one-word post that got more page views than anything I have ever blogged on here.

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Impressive. Forge on, Gizzers.

Unemployed Ivy Leaguer Will Walk Your Frou Frou Dog

The best Craigslist dog-walking ad I have ever seen (h/t Andrew Sargus Klein):

I WILL WALK YOUR DOG (Upper East Side)


Date: 2011-03-25, 5:04PM EDT

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HEY RICH-ASS DOG OWNERS:Are you at the office 23 hours a day in a coke-fueled effort to squeeze every last penny out of your 20s and 30s?

Are you going out of town with your post-divorce trophy-girlfriend to visit your slave ship collection in the Barbados?

Do you work for a corporation that received TARP money?

I AM YOUR DOG-WALKER.

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Johnny Mnemonic – loltastic

Woah, just WOAH 90s cyberpunk movies. Thank you Netflix, for recommending this gem to me. This movie/the original book was probably designed to cause people like me to stop and reevaluate our fantasies about cyber enhancement. What they need to do to have a shot at this is be as vague as possible with all descriptions of technology though so people don’t confuse their “cautionary tale” for a comedy. I don’t know what’s better: The premise of a brain implant designed to hold 80 Mb of data, that it maxes out when silly Keanu uploads 320 Mb causing “synaptic seepage,” Henry Rollins playing a neurosurgeon (???), or that the #1 hacker in the movie is a dolphin.

Oh, actually, it’s this scene:

That’s also what I think about when I’m alone, Keanu. Every minute.