Pop Spots

The exact spots in NYC (for the most part) where famous Pop culture events took place

Bo Diddley above in front of 368 Livingston, in Downtown Brooklyn.

via, telegraph

Morning Dose of Feistodon

Feist + Mastodon, obviously.

Interact with the crossfader here

Polish Film Posters from the 60’s and 70’s

Eye Sea Posters is a purveyor of vintage film posters with an emphasis on exquisite design.


NBC had their biggest twitter critic’s account suspended. 

Internet Porn is Seasonal

Who knew?

From a paper published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior

“Harmonic analyses were used to examine the seasonal trends of Google keyword searches during the past 5 years for topics related to pornography, prostitution, and mate-seeking. Results indicated a consistent 6-month harmonic cycle with the peaks of keyword searches related to sex and mating behaviors occurring most frequently during winter and early summer.”

Thanks, Science!

via, atlantic / fark

Larry Eats a Pancake

The first episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is now up, featuring Larry David.

Morning Dose of Flight Confirmation

The Alchemist ft. Danny Brown & Schoolboy Q.

Directed by Jason Goldwatch.

Nike Shoe Boxxxx

Virtually collect and trade all the Nike shoes you could ever want (40 years worth), guilt free, on Facebook.

via, gizmodo

You Chose Wrong

A tumblr dedicated to bad decisions in Choose Your Own Adventure-type books.

via, boingboing

Picture of the Day

The Internet’s first picture.

via, motherboard

Custom Knives

Get one made at Buck’s Knives and start a legacy.

via, gearpatrol

Posters From The Grateful Dead Online Archives

While you’re at it, check out the entire newly launched site here

via, laughingsquid

The Declaration of Internet Freedom

Believe in it.

Food found on the streets of New York City

Street Tucker

(thanks Rog!)

Just Because

Champagne Facials


Whatever works.

“It’s a safe bet that many visitors to PETA.xxx didn’t set out to learn about how animals are mercilessly slaughtered on today’s factory farms; understandably, such topics are convenient to ignore. That’s why PETA must make our message impossible to forget—and launching a website with a .xxx domain name is one way that we can achieve that goal.”

via, gizmodo

The Culture of Reddit

PBS Off Book.

The World Wonders Project by Google

Makes Sense.

via, laughingsquid

Art Nerd New York

If you find yourself in NYC, and are looking for some off-beat art history, use this great site as a reference.

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