As you may be aware of Anna Wintour's contract at Vogue is due to expire at the end of the year. Now rumor has it that she could be possibly replaced by French Vogue Editor Carine Roitfeld. This scene is straight out of The Devil Wears Prada. Now i just hope that Andrea got to her soon enough to warn her. Oh say it ain't so. Anna no longer at Vogue? She's been there for 20 years, I know… Continue
Are you a BofA member that wants an opportunity to see some free art? This is your lucky weekend! This Saturday and Sunday, any BoA check, ATM or credit card grants you free general admission to any of the listed museums nationwide. This promotion takes place during the first weekend of each month until April 5, 2009. You might remember this from… Continue
New Yorkers are used to living amongst huge skyscrapers around Madison Square Park but they have probably never seen anything like this. For his first New York building, Daniel Libeskind has proposed a 900+ foot, 54-story glass condo with dripping sky gardens. Libeskind’s creation would swoop up next to, and past, the 700-foot Met Life tower. The green spaces would be… Continue
Way to go Blik for working with Nintendo in making these wall sticker decals! Not only did you get the rights to the OG Super Mario Bros game, you got Donkey Kong and the new Super Mario Bros. You may remember this old post from Eugene about interior decorating…Continue
A couple summers ago, I had the pleasure of visiting the Ankor Wat temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It is the most spiritual place I've ever visited and the most impressive ancient ruins I've ever seen. There are over one thousand temples in the Angkor area including the magnificent Angkor Wat, said to be the world's largest single religious monument. The temple complex was… Continue
It's coming! Macworld, a five day celebration that immerses you in all things Mac is coming to SF in Jan 5-9, 2009. With two full halls of exhibitors, Macworld offers access to hundreds of Mac products and services, paired with expert advice, demonstrations and instruction. Macworld conference programs feature industry leading minds, presenting cutting edge product… Continue
Added by alice on December 3, 2008 at 9:20am —
Who doesn't remember the Olympics because of Michael Phelps? He kept us glued to our TVs night after night as we watched in disbelief, history being made. As a fellow swimmer, I came to appreciate Phelps not because he is an American hero but because of the journey it took for him to get there.… Continue
The Zune music player from you know who doesn't look half bad. The company is taking a step in the right direction with its newer, less clunky version this year by allowing consumers to customize their Zunes - choose from tons of ill sick original artwork from more than 50 artists and add laser-etched personalized text, all at the Zune Originals online…Continue
Added by PANDA JU on December 3, 2008 at 2:30am —
What does it sound like this doll is saying to you?
Now, to me, and a whole butt load of other people- it sounds like this little creepy looking doll is saying "Islam is the light"
Tonight, I had the honor of hearing Frank Gaffney speak. He is the founder and president of the think tank Center for Security Policy, as well as a contributor, contributing editor, and columnist for a number of publications, including the Washington Times, National… Continue
New ad campaign just launched for search engine Ask.com. Creepy if you ask me but I think it's sure to generate some buzz. Nice how they took every day questions and turned it into something interesting. "Why do I have so much gas?" Classic!…
Another awesome ad for Guitar Hero from Activision. So Extreme!
Dude, on a scale from 1 to 10, 1 being not so extreme and 10 being extremely extreme, I give this a 9.0!
It's almost as extreme as this super extreme scene from Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.… Continue
Added by PANDA JU on December 2, 2008 at 5:57pm —
This ad must play like a horror movie for dudes.
Just in time for the Holidays, JCPenney has released its "Beware of the Doghouse" commercial. Although a little long, the beginning is pretty funny.
I happen to think extra RAM for the computer ("Thanks for the memories". HA!) is very romantic.
I like these large-scale oil paintings by Belfast born Eamon O’Kane. In his first New York solo exhibition, entitled The Architect’s House, Eamon's pieces explore his fascination with architecture and landscape. According to the artist, “Society traps us with our desires." For O’Kane, a home is not just a home, and green rolling hills are not just green rolling… Continue