Umm, how cool is this. I’m taking my mom to go and see Bryan Adams at the Overture Center in May! She’s super psyched.
I’m just bought some super beautiful cards from the Etsy shop of Dutch Door Press after seeing them on Design*Sponge.
Layer Cake, which is also on Etsy, has the cutest stuff! I need to put an order it, but I can’t make up my mind what to buy! (Thanks Katie!)
The New York Times has a great graphic breaking down Facebook’s expansion over the past five years. (The related article is also interesting!)
I lovethe muppets. I also love 30 Rock. And I especially love it when 30 Rock and The Muppets are combined! This week The Muppets visited 30 Rock to show us what life looks like through Kenneth’s eyes!
If you want to see the muppet version of Tracy Morgan, head on over to
The Muppet Newsflash for another clip!
Mari Kasurinen’s Hollywood flavored versions of My Little Ponies are so cool! (The most I ever did to mine was pierce their ears!) Check out the entire series here. (via Jezebel)
Wow! I love the Robin’s Egg Birch clutch. The fabric is fab, but the handle really puts it over the top!
(via Creature Comforts)
My buddy Kyle always has great posts about Lost, and this week is no exception. Check it out if you want your mind blown.
Our new president might be embattled, but at least he cares about what the people think. Want to get in touch? Send him a question anytime. (via The Cap Times)
And ending on a not awesome note, the Coen brothers have tabled their film version of The Yiddish Policemen’s Union in favor of a True Grit remake.
My brain almost exploded when I saw the vintage ads Adam Campbell of Hot Meteor created for the Dharma Initiative. They are just so perfect! (via the always fabulous Grain Edit.)
I loved Rube Goldberg when I was a kid, so this video is right up my alley, however, I’d much rather eat the egg! (via Jezebel)
More Cherry Blossoms! This time, you make them yourself! (via Not Martha)
Ez of Creature Comforts and Holly of decor8 have launched Kindred, a collaborative site which currently is featuring beautiful wallpapers for your computer. Something to keep your eye on!
Dan Meth’s Pop Culture Charts are awesome! My favorite is the U.S.A. Sitcom Map. Wisco represents! (via Jezebel)
Sex! Drugs! Rock n’ Roll! The inevitable downward spiral! Behind the Music is back! (via Jezebel)
Logo Design Love has a great post featuring Matt Siber’s photos of floating logos. I would love to buy one of these for the Rx.
Head on over to Creature Comforts to view lovely springtime photos by Leslie-they are the essence of springtime. I especially love the cherry blossoms and the rabbits-especially because I’m in the middle of re-reading Watership Down.
And if you want everlasting cherry blossoms head on over to Graham and Greene for the electric version. I think I’m going to pick some up for my deck! (via Design*Sponge)
Where the Wild Things Are + Spike Jones = Awesome! (via Jezebel)
The Rx and I are going hiking in the Swiss Alps this summer. We are not however, doing it nude!(via NYT)
The official Scrabble dictionary has been updated, with mixed results. Be sure to check out the cool graph! (Thanks Al! via WSJ)
I built a site yesterday for my kickball team and I thought it would be funny to make a nickname generator using olde timey baseball nicknames. (For the record mine is Happy Jack a.k.a. “The Old Fox” Goehler)
To coincide with Alain de Botton’s new book, The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work, The School of Life is reinventing itself as an alternative job centre throughout April. But we’re inviting turning the usual way jobs are advertised on its head. Rather than invite employers to advertise jobs for us to squeeze our ourselves into, we’re inviting you to write your an ad for the job of your dreams, and let employers decide if they are able to offer it to you.
My knee jerk reaction was “This idea is twee and fanciful, give me a break.” But then I started thinking that maybe this approach is the one that makes the most sense. What do you think?