MTV exec hints 'Daria' return possible |... →
popculturebrain: So I guess MTV Networks’ strategy (which includes Nickelodeon) is too prey off viewer nostalgia and bring back anything and everything possible? Something tells me not many are going to be upset about this. But a lot of people will be dryly apathetic.
Articling Tip #2
Learn to yawn with your mouth shut. It comes out through your eyes, so make sure they don’t water as you struggle to look like you are still awake.
why did the hipster burn his mouth while eating...
dafuqalexx: ericahasnosoul: cyanide-you-drank: shi-: because he ate it before it was cool. -insert highest of fives gif that i don’t have- here you go How many hipsters does it take to change a light bulb? It’s a really obscure number, you probably wouldn’t know it.
this is my city.: TIFF '11 →
tdot-xo: TIFF: The Festival. have you purchased your tickets or are you planning to? September 8-18, 2011. A few of my picks (there are hundreds to choose from, check them out!) 360: Director Fernando Meirelles (City of God) reunites with his Constant Gardener star Rachel Weisz, who… Is anyone doing TIFF this year? It’s the first time in years that I’ll actually be in...
Note to all other articling students out there...
When your principle asks you to write a factum, don’t reply with “Factum? I barely know ‘em!”
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with my two hands... i can change the world: The... →
withmy2hands: Gizmodo cites Techdirt as saying that the likeliest scenario is that the images are public domain, not owned by the photographer whose camera was used, or the agency which employed him (both of whom are claiming copyright). While some articles have suggested that maybe the monkey owns the…
stickyheels: American Talk with Draco Malfoy, Ron Weasley, and Neville Longbottom. Watch out for the last “test question” where he makes them all sing “Party in the USA” This remidns me of that scene in How I Met Your Mother where Barney helps Robin study for her immigration test.
The Adventures of Tom [L]awyer: Wecognition →
tomlawyer: We + Recognition = Wecognition Wecognition, and I may have just coined the term, happens when a supervisor (in my case, a partner) recognizes (say, in an email to the firm or at a meeting) an accomplishment in which you had a significant or exclusive role, but refers to the accomplisher as… Yup, that sounds about right.