Work it out, Dolores

I haven’t posted a GIF here in forever. It’s nice to be back, even if it isn’t of a fancy book event.

Work it out, Dolores

I haven’t posted a GIF here in forever. It’s nice to be back, even if it isn’t of a fancy book event.


Super Cleaning Mechanism!

(you guys know what this thing is, right?)

Super Cleaning Mechanism!

(you guys know what this thing is, right?)

(Source: Flickr / jcn)


So I’ve been running this thing called imood since 1999 (where you can set your mood and tell other people how you’re feeling) and one of the first holiday-specific moods I ever added was “pi” - for pi day.

I think this can tell you a lot about the kinds of people who are interested in imood.

So I’ve been running this thing called imood since 1999 (where you can set your mood and tell other people how you’re feeling) and one of the first holiday-specific moods I ever added was “pi” - for pi day.

I think this can tell you a lot about the kinds of people who are interested in imood.


Good thing to ask myself

Good thing to ask myself

(Source: Flickr / jcn)


The saddest view out of my window.

The saddest view out of my window.


So, in my younger days I did a lot more theatre than I do now (then: lots, now: none), and as a result of this, I somehow ended up with an 8” fresnel and some old lighting cable. Does anyone in the NYC area want this stuff?

It’s getting tossed into the scrap pile if not, but I figure there must be some theatre nerds out there somewhere. Right?


Really, Stay Out

I can’t decide if this Steering Wheel Phone Holder is amazing (for maps and navigation) or the worst idea ever (texting?!).

I can’t decide if this Steering Wheel Phone Holder is amazing (for maps and navigation) or the worst idea ever (texting?!).


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Feb 10
Doin’ the Pigeon

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"The 90-Second Newbery Film Festival, founded in 2011 by James Kennedy, is an annual video contest in which kid filmmakers create movies that compress the stories of Newbery-winning books into 90 seconds or less.”

AwesomeNYC funds another incredible awesome project!