The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.
The always amazing Neatorama tipped me off on these gorgeous photos of ice caves from glaciologist Jason Gulley.
I've long been a shopper at Woot!, so finding Shirt.Woot! was welcome news. The business model is simple: one day, one shirt.
Check out the clever Transforming music player from design genius Yong-Seong Kim.
Assuming they're accurate, maps are usually the most literal and straightforward way to interpret the world around us possible: in terms of distances and terrain.
Having spent the better part of last week in the hospital with my newborn son, who we (finally!) officially named Jack Nathaniel Israel (thanks everyone for your help on that!), I can report the follo
Happy Left-handers Day to 10% of our readers!
Wallpapering one's place of business with headshots is not uncommon in LA.
I've been conducting a credit card experiment over the last year and a half.
What's next -- robotic wasps and parasites? Don't scientists at Harvard have better things to spend their time on?
Our Friday series continues, buffet style. Here are six possible topics for your consideration. Respond to one, answer all, whatever.
I've written about mondegreens, or misheard lyrics, and I've also posted on misheard words - (where you guys had some fun with "Blinded by the Light") and somewhere I wrote a post
First of all, hooray for the new baby Israel! So wonderful. Also wanted to throw out that I wasn't named at first, either.
After hearing about our search for office space, Michael Surtees of DesignNotes fame sent me a link to Office Snapshots, a blog that shows off the workspaces of notable companies.
While I am definitely into photography, I only recently learned about rephotography -- the practice of returning to the site of a previous photograph and taking a new image, then comparing them.