I love Bombay, but this new track for me is poor
Momento is a very well designed diary app, that aggregates your activity on social networks daily and presents in a very nice format. So I can go to last Friday and see my tweets, the tracks I loved on last.fm, the pictures I uploaded to Flickr or Instagram, my Foursquare and Gowalla check-ins etc. Not super important but kind of nice to look at it every now and then.
Anytime you can name your band after a top NBA draft pick who died of a cocaine overdose, and your songs after Boston bus routes, you just have to do it. For fans of Real Estate, Beach Fossils and any other summery band that doesn't make you think too hard.
The sentence structure of the first line of your rec text, coupled with the fact you know who Len Bias is tell me you are a Bill Simmons fan. No?
If we can steer clear of what it might mean if I did like Simmons, then, yes, I am long time Simmons fan. No special fan of his writing style when it comes to anything serious. Is that wrong? Am I asking myself questions? Yes, this is my style. [Wrap with taut, declarative, somewhat meaningless sentence]
I watched the premier of this documentary last night and was blown away. It was entertaining, eye-opening, and truly informative. It goes into the details of tort reform and highlights various interesting court cases throughout the show. Ever heard of the lady who sued McDonald's after dropping hot coffee in her lap? If yes, you'll def. find this doc. entertaining.
I love showing this to people for the first time with no setup. "Why are you making me watch an old educational video?"
Wow that's really great!
This sort of exploratory mathematics is a wonderful way to get interested.
Ended up watching all of those. So good.
I think the Snakes and Graphs one was my favorite, lots of awesome ideas and drawings and even wordplay like Serpentagram!