I created a monster.
I created a monster.
“They did not follow the law.”
Plus 23 music videos starring pre-fame celebs, nature’s Viagra, and toothpaste as the solution to all your problems.
We start from the top of your emails.
We get to the bottom of the bottom of your emails.
“I saw Old Yellar die and there’s nothing sadder than that.”
Artist Miranda July has created a project called “We Think Alone,” which shares personal emails from various celebrities, artists, writers, people of note, etc. Every Monday emails from these people that are 100% real and mostly out of context are sent out to anyone who has signed up for them.
Shia LeBeouf was supposed to make his Broadway debut in a show called Orphans this spring, but has pulled out of the production and posted several personal emails about the matter to his Twitter account.
Would you open an email that had a subject line like, “orange”?
Remember all those totally genuine chain e-mails that would flood your inbox back in the early 2000’s? Yeah, you know the ones that showed you just how much everyone on your forwarding list thought you were their BFF, sexy or about to die from a ghost who will haunt your computer if you don’t send it to 30 people at 11:11.
It seems as though Email Master Al Franken isn’t alone. The Obamas also do some mighty fine emailing, and these subject lines are definitely worthy of high praise. I’m just wondering, Obamas, when’s dinner?
The state of Alaska released 24,199 pages worth of Sarah Palin’s e-mails from when she was governor, fulfilling press inquiries dating back to 2008 in one massive document dump. Media outlets are slowly poring over the documents to better get a glimpse of her half-term in office, including a live blog of revelations at The Atlantic. View List ›
Remember when being a published author meant being able to write well, and working hard on a novel? Those days are long gone. Here are 10 blogs that now have published books, some available in book stores. View List ›
Here’s a T-shirt that shows you how much unread e-mail you have, so you can keep track of your inbox and attract potential sexual partners at the same time. View List ›
Neighbor looks up another neighbor in the Email directory to complain about his ugly snow shovel being left out. I can just hear the complainers voice, I bet it sounds like like Bill Lumbergh from “Office Space”. View Image ›
David Thorne (of Spider Drawing fame) is back with another absurdly passive aggressive email exchange.
The Obama administration is asking prospective high-ranking hires to disclose any “electronic communication…that could be a possible source of embarrassment.” It feels creepy and slightly invasive until you remember Mark Foley. And then it makes sense. Read More ›
Shortly after screenshots of Sarah Palin’s emails were released online, Obama’s Gmail inbox was leaked by The Onion. The Google Ad from monster.com is a subtle but hilarious touch to this obvious joke. View Image ›