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We have improved the design section and introduced a new theme that is taking advantage of the new design section. Our goal is to make the design section more flexible so you — and outside designers — can add new... Continue »
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"Coming in at an exhausting 7,000 years long, music is weighed down by a few too many mid- tempo tunes, most notably 'Liebesträume No. 3 in A flat' by Franz Liszt and 'Closing Time' by '90s alt-rock group Semisonic," Schreiber wrote. "In the end, though music can be brilliant at times, the whole medium comes off as derivative of Pavement." via www.theonion.com The more PItchfork reviews you've read in your life, the funnier it is. Continue »
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If you’re not familiar with Gary Vaynerchuk of Wine Library TV and the upcoming book Crush It!, you’re missing out on one of the most energetic, inspirational and entertaining bloggers and social media experts. A... Continue »
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Visited the parents this past weekend and lasted just under 17hrs before I bolted back home and downed two bottles of wine. A few more trips like this and I'll be ready for Christmas, where I'll be forced to watch... Continue »
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"He seems to be complaining that he placed a series of calls to the bank in New York and received inconsistent information from a 'Spanish wom[a]n,'" the judge wrote. "He apparently alleges that checks have been rejected because of incomplete routing numbers." It's larger than a sextillion dollars, or a 1 followed by 21 zeros. Chiscolm's request is equivalent 1 followed by 22 digits. The sum also dwarfs the world's 2008 gross domestic product of $60 trillion, as estimated by the World Bank. via www.reuters.com Continue »
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When asked at a press conference how he, as co-director, had managed to persuade a child actor to look so upset and traumatised in a scene, he answers with a straight face: “I told him his mummy had just died.” After a moment’s stunned silence, he cackles with laughter: “I’m only joking.” Like Gervais himself, The Invention of Lying is an odd mixture of comedy and sentimentality. It lacks the edge and embarrassing, wince-inducing laughs of The Office and Extras and takes a tamer, middle-of-the road path designed, presumably, to appeal to American audiences. via www.telegraph.co.uk Continue »
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