parislemon:

Phillip Greenspun on his experience using Windows 8 on a regular PC (not a Surface):

Confused about how the tablet apps work and want to Google for the answer? You go to a Web browser in the desktop interface and can’t see the tablet interface that you’re getting advice on how to use. Keep your old Windows 7 machine adjacent so that you can Google for “How to use Windows 8″ on the old computer and have the pages continuously visible.

Greenspun also can’t figure out how anyone could give this OS an even somewhat favorable review:

Given how misguided the whole design of Windows 8 seems to be, why have tech journalists given it basically positive reviews? My theory is that journalists love anything new, different, and complicated. Windows 8 is all of those things.

[via John Gruber, who notes Greenspun’s history of anti-Apple rhetoric]

nevver:

The Art of Google

My Chemical Romance - “AMBULANCE” [Audio] (by mychemicalromance)

Cute Is What We Aim For: Practice Makes Perfect [OFFICIAL VIDEO] (by FueledByRamen)

Silhouette - Owl City (by arsenal1b)

piano seems to make sad feeling…

I’m not a nerd. by ~andreachichizola
I cant’t say anything but this ANG CUTE NYA…

I cant’t say anything but this ANG CUTE NYA

my new desktop setup…

my new desktop setup…

discoverynews:

this skeleton was found buried with metal spikes through shoulders, heart area and ankles. 
yikes.
Vampire Skeleton Rediscovered in Britain

Details of one of the few “vampire” burials in Britain have emerged as a new archaeological report details the long forgotten discovery of a skeleton found buried with metal spikes through shoulders, heart area and ankles.
Dating from 550-700 A.D., the skeleton was unearthed in 1959 in the minster town of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, during excavations in preparation for a new school. The dig also turned up Roman remains.Archaeologist Charles Daniels immediately recognized the skeletal remains as being out of the ordinary, but no further investigation was carried out at that time.“Daniels did jokingly comment he had ‘checked the eye teeth,’ clearly associating the skeleton with the vampire being,” Matthew Beresford, of Southwell Archaeology told Discovery News.

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discoverynews:

this skeleton was found buried with metal spikes through shoulders, heart area and ankles.

yikes.

Vampire Skeleton Rediscovered in Britain

Details of one of the few “vampire” burials in Britain have emerged as a new archaeological report details the long forgotten discovery of a skeleton found buried with metal spikes through shoulders, heart area and ankles.

Dating from 550-700 A.D., the skeleton was unearthed in 1959 in the minster town of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, during excavations in preparation for a new school. The dig also turned up Roman remains.

Archaeologist Charles Daniels immediately recognized the skeletal remains as being out of the ordinary, but no further investigation was carried out at that time.

“Daniels did jokingly comment he had ‘checked the eye teeth,’ clearly associating the skeleton with the vampire being,” Matthew Beresford, of Southwell Archaeology told Discovery News.

take a bite…

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