People want to know all kinds of things about funnyman Will Arnett. For instance, is he related to Michael Keaton? (No, but he does a great impression of him.) So, to promote his new movie Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, he sat down to answer the internet's most pressing questions in Wired's Autocomplete Interview. It's funny.
I love memes. In my phone's photo gallery, I have an album full of memes, divided by category, that I frequently use during texts. The only drawback to memes is how quickly they become irrelevant. The old days of memes like "Good Guy Greg" or "One does not simply walk into Mordor" lasting for years… READ THE REST
Despite how dominant it is in youth culture, rap is old. The "hip" in Hip Hop was initially slapped on the genre as a pejorative term, as early detractors believed rap was a flash in the pan. Almost 60 years later and rap is more vibrant than ever. However, similar to rap's first crop of… READ THE REST
I miss Jerry Seinfeld. Since it's not like he's dead or anything, I should probably clarify what I mean. I miss his brand of observational comedy. Granted, Seinfeld's setups and style did become the formula for hack comics, but I think observational humor could still connect today. Part of what made Seinfeld a phenomenon wasn't… READ THE REST
It takes a lot of hard work and discipline to build a web page for a company, freelance business, or product. The same goes when creating the mobile app version. You don't dislike the job; it's what you wanted a career as a developer in the first place, but if there's a way to make the conversion… READ THE REST
As the weather warms up, things tend to get more pungent, shall we say. One wrong move and the fridge gets left wide open, and you're stuck with a house that smells like trash and broken dreams. Even if something so drastic doesn't happen, smells pile up quickly, and it's challenging to part ways with them.… READ THE REST
Nearly everyone has scrolled through Instagram only to find an ad for the hotel they were just talking about 10 minutes earlier. Whether it was just a coincidence or you were "being listened to" is always up for debate. Still, it's hard not to feel uneasy knowing someone or something is potentially using your info to manipulate… READ THE REST