1. via https://twitter.com/T_Wagner1

    via https://twitter.com/T_Wagner1

  2. "After years of trying various methods, I broke this habit by pitting my impatience against my laziness. I decoupled the action and the neurological reward by setting up a simple 30-second delay I had to wait through, in which I couldn’t do anything else, before any new page or chat client would load (and only allowed one to run at once). The urge to check all those sites magically vanished—and my ‘productive’ computer use was unaffected."

  3. "This example hints at a very deep idea, which is that information is fundamentally tied to the recipient’s uncertainty about the message’s content and their ability to predict it in advance."

  4. PARKING SIGNS — by Michael Poore

  5. Poké-King-of-the-Mon-Hill // El-Cid — by El Cid

  6. AskReddit: Are there any cool hidden pages on well-known sites you can't get to via hyperlink?

    Some interesting ones in there. Also a lot of redditors showing how retarded they can be.

  7. How I Became Thousands of Nerds' Worst Enemy by Tweeting a Photo
  8. Steve Jobs’ Vision of the World — by gocarlo

  9. The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti from Justin Roiland on Vimeo.

    I actually made this as a way to poke fun at the idea of getting cease and desist letters. At the time (October 2006) I had nothing to lose and my original intention was to call this “back to the future: the new official universal studios cartoon featuring the new Doc Brown and Marty McFly” and then I’d just sit back and wait for a letter from their lawyers to arrive. That’s actually why it’s so filthy. I was just looking to “troll” a big studio.
    Then, as I began editing the radio play and boarding it, the two characters ended up becoming something different than just a bad impression of Doc and Marty from BTTF. They slowly became two of my favorite characters that I’ve ever voiced. I backed down on the cease and desist bait and changed the spelling of their names and whatever else I could still change. I mean, it’s still ultimately a back to the future joke/ (parody?), but to me all these years later, these two characters have become something of their own. You’ll see as you go through this website that these voices pop up in several of my failed pilots.

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