This comic by Stuart McMillen suggests Aldoux Huxley had a more accurate prediction of the future in Brave New World than George Orwell had in 1984–at least for this generation.
To enjoy properly, you’ll have to click to zoom and then scroll and scroll.
In the early 70s, Tippi Hedren–of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds fame–lived with her husband, teenage daughter, and a cat…but not your ordinary house cat.
My parents celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary today. I’m so thankful that they found each other. via
Today on my lunch break I saw this snake napping on the side of the road…at least I assume it was napping. Its eyes were closed and it didn’t seem to mind that I was creeping in so close.
Thank you for reminding me of this. This show was the highlight of many Saturday mornings.
Many landing pages for new tech products follow a very standard layout and structure. It’s one that Apple popularized, and that others have copied repeatedly.
Introducing Carrot pokes fun at the trope, showcasing the familiar vegetable in the popular product marketing format of the day. Here’s the pitch:
Carrot is designed with you in mind. It’s a seamless experience, meticulously crafted, from beginning to end. It’s not just a vegetable, it’s what a vegetable should be.
This is some clever work by Dan Angelucci, who says it will “massively disrupt the vegetable sector.” (HT Adactio)
Aaron, are there prizes for participation?