Quora is *the* knowledge hub of the Internet, filled with some of the most passionate and intelligent people you could every hope to meet, all of whom are more than happy to discuss the physics of Harry Potter, financial trading, the best places to eat out in New York and any and all topical events. Quora is an online sanctuary, and may it forever stay that way.
"The Newsroom" features what is unmistakably Aaron Sorkin's penmanship, who seemingly effortlessly crafts dialogue that is simultaneously cuttingly intelligent and frequently hilarious. Some have accused its treatment of topical issues to be too heavy handed, but I'll be damned if it doesn't make for riveting viewing. "The Newsroom" does not disappoint.
Hands down the best electronic/ambient album I have ever had the pleasure of hearing. Incredibly atmospheric and beautiful, with sparse, sprawling soundscapes that completely envelop you. Perfectly complements the game but can just as well be enjoyed without having played it.
For me, "Parks" quickly went from being a Thursday night timefiller to a full-fledged obsession - this is a show with extremely likeable characters, hilarious plotlines and fantastic performances. "Parks" is one of, if not the best, comedy on television.