Oh hey, it’s Friday.
— Gotta say, there’s an interesting parallel between the news industry’s attempts to deal with the emergence of free online access to information and the games industry’s struggle to comprehend the free-to-play surge. (Via Patrick Klepek)
Things have been crazy lately. The job’s been hectic. I’ve not been posting quite as much. But I still heart you guys.
Five and a half years of doing this day-in-day-out I think is finally starting to take its toll, and I want to be honest about that. I also feel like I’m in a spot where I can’t…
A sad moment for Tumblr, losing one of its most prominent news voices. If only there was another way to keep tabs on Ernie…
Today in under-appreciated bands, The Prids.
— Alright, that’s it, that’s all I needed to read about Wish I Was Here. Go home everyone, your jobs are done.
— Something pretty spot-on emerged from Reddit!
Meanwhile, the Washington Post publishes garbage that offhandedly says drivers shouldn’t feel bad if they smack into a biker.
— Yup. I remain terrified of Ulysses.
I’m making posters to sell at cons and now I’m wondering what I’m gonna do with all this money I’m gonna be making.
I’ll take four of each.
The 15th century, a time period best known for the inexplicable, common appearance of gigantic celestial hands perpetually looking to network. (via Public Domain Review)