So nerdy, yet so good.
Guess what? David Letterman’s the funniest person ever!
I made this supercut of David Letterman asking drummers if their drums are rented. That guy is the greatest.
Over the past four years, the rock band Phish has generated over $120 million in ticket sales, handily surpassing more well known artists like Radiohead, The Black Keys, and One Direction. Since their start 30 years ago, Phish has consistently been one of the most popular and lucrative touring acts in America, generating well over a quarter billion dollars in ticket sales.
Yet, by other measures, the band isn’t popular at all.
Queens of the Stone Age - My God Is The Sun (via Consequence of Sound).
Not too shabby!
A man, a shed, a disaster.
Hilarious thread about one man’s epic attempt to build a shed and the wooden monstrosity that emerges.
Gerry Rafferty - Baker Street (1978)
Apparently this song led to a spike in saxophone sales. I don’t blame ‘em.
Song is perpetually stuck in my head
We’ve heard people say that RSS is a thing of the past, and perhaps in its current incarnation it is, but as daily (hourly) users of Google Reader, we’re convinced that it’s a product worth saving. So we’re going to give it our best shot.
I’ve read a few blogs speculating that Google’s departure from the RSS game is a good thing for users, as it should re-spark innovation in the space. The feed-reader space has been arguably stagnant since the rise of Google Reader, despite it being a neglected product for a good part of its existence.
Let’s hope the theory holds!