she hates friday just as much as we do
she is the robert pattinson of the music industry
REBECCA BLACK IS MY QUEEN.
This song is actually pretty great. Consider this my official request to work on “Sunday” or possibly “Tuesday” with Rebecca.
I don’t think it’s possible for me to overstate how much I legitimate enjoy this song.
Found in a conference room at Wizards of the Coast. Explanation not forthcoming.
Emily was on the front page of Yahoo! which makes me very happy. Her video about sexism is fantastic and I am so happy she took the time to talk about the topic.
If you haven’t heard from me in the last few days, it’s because I’ve been inundated with interviews and media requests, phone calls and messages, book offers, broadcast television show proposals, TV appearances, tour circuit and lecture series offers. Someone even asked if I would write an endorsement for their children’s nature book. And, don’t get all nutty on me because I haven’t agreed to anything (yet [maybe]).
This has all come as a surprise for a few reasons: one, I had no idea this video would resonate so strongly with not just women, but men, parents, teachers, business people and CEOs and journalists.
Two, I am hugely surprised that everyone is acting as though this is news. My video wasn’t revealing anything ground breaking, previously unspoken, or unknown. The Internet has dealt with its anonymous critics since the beginning, people in the public eye will always be widely scrutinized, and women have had their appearance come before their accomplishments before.
But what I am the most surprised about is that the majority agrees with me on this one: that negative online communities are detrimental, and also that these things can improve and get better for content creators of all kinds. That if enough people speak up in favor of fostering encouraging environments online, it will happen. You see this environment in the comment section of PBS Idea Channel, an educational series known for their delightfully constructive community. You see this in the Nerdfighter community. Why not for other educational channels?
The reception of that video far exceeded any expectations I had, and I take it as an indication that we are all working together towards positive change. Thank you, all of you.
Very cool…very exciting…
legitimate magic sauce.
i really hope i can make this rwby fanfiction better during the edits because i really fucking like it but also recognize that its really fucking awful right now.
OMFG SO I SECRETLY ENTERED JIN (letters-to-nobody) (I HOPE YOU’RE READING HTIS I DON’T KNOW WHERE YOU’RE GOINGTO SEE THIS MESSAGE FIRST FUCKING TIME ZONES) INTO THE JOHN MARSDEN EXPRESS MEDIA YOUNG AUSTRALIAN WRITERS AWARD FOR POETRY IN AUGUST AND SHE JUST WON FIRST PRIZE WITH HALF A THOUSAND DOLLARS OMFG I AM CRYING IAM JUMPINGON THE BED IA M CALLING EVERYBODY UP THIS IS SO EXCITING HOLY CRAP CONGRATULATIONS YOU STUPID LITTLE SHIT , AND BETTER HTAN THAT SHE’S GOING TO BE PUBLISHED IN LITERARY MAGAZINE VOICEWORKS ISSUE #PRIME WHAT DO I EVEN DO SOMEONE FEED ME CHEESEBALLS I THINK IT’S 4AM IN LA WHERE JIN IS CAN SOMEONE JUST WAKE HER UP SO I CAN TELL HER OMG
i literally can’t breathe right nwo someone hold me
I CAN’T I’M SORRY I’M TOO BUSY HOLDING MYSELF AND SCREAMING.
Spoiler warning: To understand this review, you do need to have seen the film. To say this is a spoiler warning implies there is a story to be spoilt. There isn’t. Film and I have an understanding: I relish in childish wonder at the flashy lights, gorgeous people, and Hans Zimmer soundtracks and …
I’ve been hearing people rant and rave about how awesome the film is (not that I’ve watched it myself), so suddenly seeing this was a surprise.
Eh. I don’t really agree with him, but for spoilery reasons. To each their own, etc, etc, etc. WATCH THE FILM, JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. =D
TellSpec analyzes the findings using the algorithm and sends a report to your phone telling you the allergens, chemicals, nutrients, calories, and ingredients in the food.
TellSpec is a three-part system which includes: (1) a spectrometer scanner (2) an algorithm that exists in the cloud; and (3) an easy-to-understand interface on your smartphone.
This product has raised over $400,000 on IndieGoGo with a product that is completely technically impossible and will likely remain that way for at least a decade. The things they say the product can do, it cannot do. Portable spectrometers hit the marketing only a few years ago and cost about $250,000 - they are pre-selling these made up things on IGG for $250.
Even those $250,000 scanners can’t do what they claim this product can do. I’ve never seen a more deceptive crowd funding campaign in my life and it’s kinda pissin’ me off.
If you see this posted on facebook or elsewhere, please tell your people that it’s a scam and they should get their money back asap.