You think different?
You think different?
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Awkward because she’d been filming Always Sunny and her husband Rob McElhenney was dressed as Donald Glover in Lethal Weapon.
His appearance at New York Comic Con this past weekend was a huge relief for those of us who were a bit concerned at how damn skinny he was just over a year ago.
Matching doesn’t have to be passé.
…and it’s as simple as buying a decal. Yay!
Get your over-the-moon face ready.
So if you plan to try lipstick at a concert, beware.
If she doesn’t start better managing the negative publicity surrounding her relationship with Brown, she could lose out on a lot of money.
I don’t know if Pinterest is ready for this.
Old Apple designs from nearly 30 years ago are strikingly prescient about modern-day Apple design.
Is more minimal more excellent?
And here’s a freaky preview. Remember when Beth Ditto was just the awesome lead singer from grimy little garage band The Gossip? You’ve come a long way, baby.
Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hugo presents his take on Apple’s classic “Think Different” campaign. Though the company retired the phrase in 2002, Hugo thought to himself that “it could be fun to elaborate with the concept and create a set with new ways of thinking.” (via flavorwire.com)
When corporate giants collide.
Mike Matas, a former user interface designer at Apple, posted a series of photos of Steve Jobs testing the Mac’s Photo Booth filters back in 2005. It’s a nice look at the silly side of Steve. (via bestrooftalkever.com) View List ›
Bill Gates on the passing of his peer and respected competitor, Steve Jobs. View List ›
The new tell-all from Joe McGinniss—The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin—isn’t even out yet, but the skeeziest bits are already oozing into the media septic tank. Here are the tabloidiest allegations leveled at Sarah and Todd Palin from The National Enquirer’s report on the book. View List ›
Such a delightful guest. “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s” Charlie Day appeared on last night’s “Conan” to discuss lost episodes of “I Love Lucy,” the upcoming “Sunny” season, and, of course, Mac’s fat ass. View Media ›
Maybe. MacRumors has made renders based on all the leaked specs of the next iPhone, call it iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S or iPhone Harder. Even though they’re just computer generated hocus pocus, they’re still purdy. View List ›
Rob McElhenney’s 50-pound weight gain seems to be the main narrative in the upcoming season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The “heart-pounding” sitcom returns September 15. (via aoltv.com) Watch Video ›
Thanks to some ballsy pranksters. The world’s largest Apple Store is set to open soon in Hamburg, Germany. In broad daylight, two gentlemen pretending to be construction workers saunter up and attach a Windows logo to the side of the scaffolding. View Media ›
So you spent $500 and bought yourself an iPad — now what? You can do even better. Take a look at some iPad mods that, as mentioned, are awesome. View List ›
The people at Hunch Blog asked their readers to identify themselves as Mac or PC users and state their preferences on various topics. The result is this infographic about the differences between Mac and PC users. It basically shows that PC users are like your average Joe, and Mac users think they’re special snowflakes. No surprise here. View Image ›
Despite the fact that most Americans have been doing it for at least a decade, buying a laptop is getting increasingly difficult.