I still don’t find channing tatum attractive
you didn’t find him attractive 1,069,970,000,000 years before the big bang?
(Source: gonorrheafeatdrake, via gabbyantz)
On ITV just now:
I love that man
At least someone’s living on planet earth.
there should be no such thing as copyright laws so if somebody steals your work you go to their house seriously injure them. or just be cool about it. idk
If there ever was tragically visceral evidence of how remix culture fuels creativity and copyright hinders it, it is this: Despite – or perhaps because of – millions of views in less than a week, The David Foster Wallace Literary Trust has filed a copyright claim against the wildly popular YouTube version of the wonderful short film adaptation of Wallace’s timeless 2005 commencement address, This Is Water. (Luckily, you can still watch the film on Vimeo – but that’s beside the point.)
Here is an example of a project made out of love, the existence of which harms the estate in no way, financial or otherwise, but serves the public good by way of cultural preservation and celebration of Wallace’s spirit and legacy, extending his message and allowing it to touch more lives. That the estate finds any of this harmful is gobsmacking, at once an aberration of the law and a complete failure of cultural duty.
i love that speech/video
An Honor for the Creator of the GIF -
Steve Wilhite, who invented the enduring GIF file format in 1987, will receive a lifetime achievement Webby Award.
He is proud of the GIF, but remains annoyed that there is still any debate over the pronunciation of the format.
“The Oxford English Dictionary accepts both pronunciations,” Mr. Wilhite said. “They are wrong. It is a soft ‘G,’ pronounced ‘jif.’ End of story.”
Gif guff? Or respect to the ‘jif’?
fuck america and its beautiful teeth
Google only has about .04 of the entire internet indexed. Let that sink in
What. What the fuck. WHERE IS THE REST OF THE INTERNET.
NOBODY FUCKING KNOWS OMG
A lot of it was in the deep web, only accessible through the TOR browser but since the Silk Road (a deep web online store for mostly drugs and other illegal things) gained popularity, many more people including myself have gone into the ‘deep web’ just to look around. I’ve heard myths that there was service where rich people would pay lots of money to watch a fight to the death but a lot of what’s on the internet is just bullshit. There are deeper parts of the internet which is only accessible with the correct equipment and knowhow to get there but still this is probably also less than 1%. As for the rest of it, it’s just and almost infinite amount of junk data that usually can’t be seen with a browser and if it can, nobody can make sense of it. What google indexes is so vast its incomprehensible but more than that is the ~97% of junk just floating around with nobody paying attention.