The comic strip DOGHOUSE DIARIES graphically approached where the data we find important is – and it looks like we have a problem. Take pictures, for example – your pictures are probably spread across your camera (if you have one), your phone, your computer, instragram, facebook, and numerous other sources. None has a complete record, […]Read more "We collect data in more ways, but we are terrible at looking at it:"
The Truth About Cars covered the differences in the Eastern Canadian market from the rest of America: Unlike in America, where internet commenters demand a no-frills small car and then fail to follow through on their promise to buy one, people in Quebec really do buy these things – at one point, 1 in 2 […]Read more "Quebec likes no-frill cars, more so than the rest of America"
50 Supercars Accelerating Onto A Motorway Is Better Than Watching Porn [Car Throttle] via /r/carsRead more "Ten Tenths (2)"
Director Steven Soderbergh is eleven chapters into a novella – nothing extraordinary, except that it’s being released, on his Twitter, sentence by sentence. It was difficult for you not to assume the worst after the way your funeral went down. The whole thing seemed like a parody of itself. — Bitchuation (@Bitchuation) April 28, 2013 […]Read more "Steven Soderbergh is tweeting a novella"
First, watch the promo for the song “Challa,” from the bollywood movie “Jab Tak Hai Jaan”: Pretty normal, at least for a Bollywood song, right? Now watch the same video, with the dubbing for the music and singing removed, but with Shah Rukh Khan (note that he’s an actor, NOT a singer) ad-libbing the lyrics […]Read more "Bollywood Songs Without the Dubbing Look Terrible, Hilarious"
Aside from Damian Lewis being the man, we get some gratuitous engine noise coming from that awesome V8, and some great shots of the coupe looking pretty (even when it’s dusty). Not as much motion as I would have liked to see, but pretty good until you get to the blatant advertising portion. Reminds me […]Read more "Jaguar releases a new film advertising the F-TYPE"
Google today launched an Inactive Account Manager – what you want Google to do with your account should it ever go inactive (i.e., if you were to pass away). The feature is called Inactive Account Manager — not a great name, we know — and you’ll find it on your Google Account settings page. You […]Read more "What to have Google do with your account if you die"