1. The Server Needs To Die To Save The Internet | TechCrunch →

  2. If Vietnam brought war into the living room, the last few weeks have put it at our fingertips. On our phones, news alerts full of body counts bubble into our inbox, Facebook feeds are populated by appeals for help or action on behalf of victims, while Twitter boils with up-to-the-second reporting, some by professionals and some by citizens, from scenes of disaster and chaos.

    — At Front Lines, Bearing Witness in Real Time - NYTimes.com

  3. (via Twitter / matthewdkenyon: Video game buttons, finally to scale)

    (via Twitter / matthewdkenyon: Video game buttons, finally to scale)

  4. Starting in 2015, Hilton will begin installing the technology required to let phones unlock doors, letting guests skip the usual line-waiting and check-in process and head straight for their rooms. (via Hilton to replace hotel room keys with smartphones - CNET)

    Starting in 2015, Hilton will begin installing the technology required to let phones unlock doors, letting guests skip the usual line-waiting and check-in process and head straight for their rooms. (via Hilton to replace hotel room keys with smartphones - CNET)

  5. We must be confronted with it in order to reject it and, in so doing, know that we are human.

    — "Snowpiercer" Should Have Been The Breakout Blockbuster Of The Summer

  6. Those moments of weirdness, however, are what transform a good film into greatness, the same way that a distinctive mouth or mole or set of eyebrows make a pretty face beautiful.

    — "Snowpiercer" Should Have Been The Breakout Blockbuster Of The Summer

  7. It’s the global film market, which now accounts for the majority of ticket sales. And when making a film for the global market, every idea has to be simple enough to readily translate not only in another language, but for another culture.

    — "Snowpiercer" Should Have Been The Breakout Blockbuster Of The Summer

  8. Companies can’t keep your data safe. It’s that simple.

    — Target sent victims to Experian, which has sold your data to criminals - Jul. 25, 2014

  9. (via Disabled Americans struggle to make ends meet - CNNMoney)

    (via Disabled Americans struggle to make ends meet - CNNMoney)

  10. (via Disabled Americans struggle to make ends meet - CNNMoney)

    (via Disabled Americans struggle to make ends meet - CNNMoney)

  11. (via Candor: The Art of Gesticulation - NOWNESS)

  12. I can hire one half of the working class to kill the other half.

    — Jay Gould - Wikiquote

  13. Oh, what’s so great about discovery? It’s a violent, penetrative act that scars what it observes.

    — Jurassic Park (film) - Wikiquote

  14. Early BART Film

    (Source: youtube.com)

  15. In a world that has never felt so interconnected, the specter of disorder, destabilization, and brutalism, is, once again, upon us.

    — Taking a News-Out - The New Yorker