“It’s like a pedometer,” she continued. “But updated, and better. The goal is to take ten thousand steps per day, and, once you do, it vibrates.”

I forked some salami into my mouth. “Hard?”

David Sedaris: Living the Fitbit Life : The New Yorker

For all my Fitbit-lovin’ friends. Or Sedaris-lovin’ friends. That should cover all of you.

Psychopomp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I learned a new word today.

Psychopomps […] are creatures, spirits, angels, or deities in many religions whose responsibility is to escort newly deceased souls to the afterlife. Their role is not to judge the deceased, but simply provide safe passage.



'whoops! Just call me mr.butterfingers'

- Emo Philips after sawing off his own thumb

UHF is everything.

MIS! ter BUH! Ter. fin. gers.



Watch OK Go's Eye-Boggling 'The Writing's on the Wall' Video - Premiere - Video | Rolling Stone




Holy shit.

OK Go is so fucking inspiring it hurts. They are the yard stick of having fun with what the human mind is capable of doing.

Their live show is every bit as amazing as their videos—they’ve got a bunch of tour dates on their website. Tickets to the Nashville show (in a medium-sized club) are $14 and I guarantee it’ll be a better show than a lot of acts I’ve paid WAY more than that to see.

Okay, I’m in. I think I can get to Louisville that night. Seriously, tickets are $15?!

Watch OK Go's Eye-Boggling 'The Writing's on the Wall' Video - Premiere - Video | Rolling Stone

Holy shit.

The plan is to use the latest advancements in neuroscience to allow a paralyzed individual to stand up from his or her wheelchair, walk to the center circle and kick the ball.

OMNIMAX®: Outstanding and Out-of-this-World!


Did you know if you lit OMNIMAX® projection lights on the moon, you would be able to see it from earth without using a telescope? 

Shit, I did NOT know that. ^^


Anthem has this “health assessment” where you get a score for how healthy you are, and it gives you tips to improve your health. 

The average score for my age group is a 76. Despite exercising regularly and eating better (than I used to), I have a THIRTY-NINE. 

At the end, the “helpful advice” it gives me is to stop having depression.