Maggie Shnayerson

“I think it’s the official end of creativity, this Twitter.”
— Albert Brooks on WNYC today with Leonard Lopate

No wonder there are 7 television shows on the air about animal hoarding.

Via (Adweek: Nothing Beats Talking Kittens)

This was—what—the second question I asked after last night’s news broke? Glad to have a potential answer, though am seriously rethinking all those hours worshiping at the altar of Aaron Sorkin with @djackd. Clearly, I emerged callous, cynical, and insistent regarding the provision of charts. [Via]

This was—what—the second question I asked after last night’s news broke? Glad to have a potential answer, though am seriously rethinking all those hours worshiping at the altar of Aaron Sorkin with @djackd. Clearly, I emerged callous, cynical, and insistent regarding the provision of charts. [Via]

(Source: ht.ly)

Oooh! Store News released a (free) companion iPhone app for their recently-revamped (free) OSX program that monitors price changes in the App Store—and so far (unlike the endless options for iOS), it’s the only program I know of that does that. Handy.

Oooh! Store News released a (free) companion iPhone app for their recently-revamped (free) OSX program that monitors price changes in the App Store—and so far (unlike the endless options for iOS), it’s the only program I know of that does that. Handy.