The irony is not lost on me that the film about Aaron Swartz The Internet’s Own Boy isn’t available to buy or download from my region. By my region I’m pretty sure they mean the whole of Europe. I am just trying to give you my money, Vimeo. Please.
Fortunately, if you have at least half a brain there are ways to get around that, but still the irony was not lost on me. Not for this film.
Oh, don’t worry Vimeo, you still got your $19.
GQ: Didn’t you always feel like a freak growing up?
Tom Ford: I thought I was fabulous and everyone else was stupid.
“I’m not a pro, but I know enough to be dangerous.”
– Marissa Mayer talking about Adobe Illustrator
Yes Marissa. Yes you are.
Apparently you can search within Google Drive documents. This is probably common knowledge for everyone but me. But if you like me have been living under a rock this is how you do it:
Type the word or phrase you’re looking for, like above “Skype:” and hello, there are the documents where that word appear.
Arturo Vega, who was often called the fifth Ramone for serving as spokesman and logo designer, died earlier this summer in Manhattan. He was 65.
Mr. Vega lived in his East Second Street loft for the rest of his life. In 2003, two years after Joey Ramone died of cancer, Mr. Vega played a role in having city officials erect a sign declaring East Second Street at the Bowery “Joey Ramone Place.” He said at the time that even as the Ramones had been enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and embraced as civic symbols, they would forever be rebels.
“They never sold out,” he said. “No matter how hard we tried.”