iMiss Steve Jobs
Dustin Rowles is exceedingly proud of this post. I. . .have no comment. (Uproxx)
In the "Articles I Could Have Sworn Dustin Also Wrote" category, here's a list of 30 film posters that ripped off another film. Some are obvious spoofs while others, well, damn, An Education, shameless. (Shortlist)
Speaking of rip-offs, NY Mag examines the ways in which show runner Ryan Murphy rips off his own material. Did anyone watch American Horror last night? (NYMag)
Johnny Depp apologized for that rape comment. He did it quite earnestly. I still blame Terry Richardson. (The Superficial)
This is, by far, the sexiest "Disney Princess" cosplay I have ever seen. By. Far. (GammaSquad)
Speaking of cosplay, this excellent tumblr instructs you on how to dress your boyfriend like certain nerd icons. You know, like they're your living paper dolls. (Nerd Boyfriend)
Speaking of questionable gender roles, this Slate article examines whether or not your "Number" (of sexual partners) is still important and what it means to women vs. men. (Slate)
Hey, guess what? Jon Stewart hates Seth McFarlane! Silver-haired fake news anchors, they're just like us! (Celebitchy)
Guess who was originally going to play Don Draper. No, seriously, guess. (PopWatch)
In "I'll Never Ever Get Bored Of Star Wars" news, here are some delicious looking Wampa cupcakes. (Geeks Are Sexy) And, in "Things I Wish I Were In My Bedroom Growing Up" News, check out this awesome R2D2 planetarium. (Geekologie)
Finally, things are getting dicier by the minute over at the "Occupy Wall Street" protest. Police violence escalated last night but, thankfully, the protest did not turn into a riot. (The Village Voice)
mswas sent me this insane Metallica cover. Why are the people in the background just walking around as if something face-meltingly amazing isn't happening?!?!
Finally, Apple co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs passed away yesterday. Jobs has been ill a long time and I'm glad his suffering has ended. I really don't think it's an overstatement to say his vision has changed the way our world works. Here he is narrating the original "Think Different" campaign.
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