I want one of these rad electric, tandem 2-seater Renaults we saw at Versailles. #vivelafrance (at Château de Versailles)

secondverse:

parislemon:

Steven Lehrburger:

Because the new DM app would integrate directly with Twitter, it could automatically display tweets from a conversation’s participants in the thread itself. This is a simple feature, but one that other messaging apps also could not offer, and it would give users additional context in a variety of conversations. For large groups that outgrew the constraints of @-replies, these embedded tweets would make it easy for users to see what had already been said. For small groups, these embedded tweets would enrich the conversation by giving a sense of what other participants were thinking about.

A stand-alone Twitter chat (DM) app by itself isn’t that interesting. But an app that allowed you to easily injected (public) tweets to chat about could be very interesting. I know I already do this in other chat apps — that is, paste in a link to a tweet and then talk about it with a smaller group of people.

Also interesting: a chat app that injected your own tweets into a conversation to kickstart dialogue with friends.

Early versions of Potluck did pretty much exactly this.

Pour one out for Brizzly Picnics which extracted tweets in inline chats as well. Looking forward to it either way.

boxerinc:

At Boxer, we believe email isn’t broken, it’s just unfair. It’s a to-do list that anyone can add a task to. How is that fair? We thought about that for a while and dreamed up a few other ways we could make the best mobile mail experience for the iPhone and created Boxer to put you back in…

Plus, we added a Like button to email. Check it out.

Steve McQueen chillin’ at a stop sign in the movie that nearly ruined him: “Le Mans”.

Not much stuns me these days but the above pictured beautiful Porsche 911S recently sold at auction for $1.25M. 

No big deal. Only $1.1M more than a similarly priced classic car that wasn’t owned by Steve McQueen would cost!

jesuschristsiliconvalley:

Warning: this post contains graphic imagery of pricks, cunts and assholes.

I have a new favorite douchebag profile pic: Enthralling My Fucking Audience. This one is phenomenal; you’ve probably seen it somewhere amongst your fucking friends. It’s where a Very Important Dbag (VIDb) is captivating…

Pretty glad I just smile at the camera… oh Jesus, just looked at my Tumblr icon and now DELETE DELETE DELETE!!!!!

amandalynferri:

Marina named a star after me for my birthday. It’s a shame she doesn’t know the difference between a planet and star. 

Kinda pulling for there to be some cataclysmic celestial event with this star now so we can hear every anchor on the nightly news say things like: “Find out how the Earth may be in danger of being wiped out by Planet Amandalyn Ferri Alien Pizza Hang and how that’s going to affect your weekend, back in two.” Related: Happy birthday, Amanda.

amandalynferri:

Marina named a star after me for my birthday. It’s a shame she doesn’t know the difference between a planet and star. 

Kinda pulling for there to be some cataclysmic celestial event with this star now so we can hear every anchor on the nightly news say things like: “Find out how the Earth may be in danger of being wiped out by Planet Amandalyn Ferri Alien Pizza Hang and how that’s going to affect your weekend, back in two.” 

Related: Happy birthday, Amanda.

thefreshten:

Recent events have made it clear that we are suffering from a broken moral compass. People today could use some general guidance.

Since the original ten commandments seem somewhat narrow and obsolete (too much focus on livestock, servants, and jealous god issues), here is a modest first…

Now we need this emblazoned across two Nexus tablets.

True story.

kellyoxford:



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The majority of pro-gun Americans seem to always be chanting ‘It’s my RIGHT!’ and citing the 2nd Amendment.

Do these people realize that in Canada you also have the right to own a gun and ammo? IT’S TRUE.
You do have the right to bear the arms and shoot shit up the yin yang.

A few…

“That’s what I mean when I say we’re on the verge of the creation of a collective intellect. All human beings will have access to the same base of information. Now people won’t make equal use of that information. Smart people will still be smart people and dumb people will still be dumb people, but dumb people will be able to tell you who the 13th President of the United States was. It will still be necessary for people be intelligent and creative, and make use of information in an intelligent and creative way.”
— Comedian & actor Dave Foley on the difference between information and knowledge in an interview from 1998 (now hosted by IGN)

This pretty much Thanksgiving at our house. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours no matter what your Thanksgiving looks like.

intheconservatory:

A very modest proposal to fix the election’s Florida problem.

A-men.

intheconservatory:

A very modest proposal to fix the election’s Florida problem.

A-men.

(via kenyatta)

Romney, I’m sure the women of America will be happy to know you’ll let them go home early so they can cook dinner. #TheRealRomney

sinker:

The single worst, most mind-bendingly awful, moment in tonight’s VP debate goes to Paul Ryan…