Thanks, Adam! I’m so glad I was able to contribute to the amazing podcast and sub-culture that is You Look Nice Today.
“A beautiful shot of a beautiful girl (my lady) being a great sport at our live show this weekend, from Bobby Andersen. Dedicated archivists of You Look Nice Today may remember Bobby as the reason the show exists and it just now dawns on me to dub him Boy Impetus.” —
“In branding, floaty, ambiguous concepts that appeal to the ego like ‘I’ and ‘me’ are typically put into play haphazardly by marketeers trying to sell you stuff. But in the case of a company as ideologically solid as Apple, the concepts used in marketing the products we wait for and lust after can often be the clearest signs of what is to come.” —
Excellent post, ‘Sandwich. I enjoy your optimism.
“But you know what was the REAL big news in Jobs’ keynote? Not his apparent poor health, which I have to admit concerns plenty of people, and for good reason. No, the big news was MobileMe, Apple’s Microsoft Killer.” —I, Cringely . The Pulpit . MeMobile, You Kaput | PBS
“‘Nuke the fridge’ is a colloquialism used to refer to the moment in a film series that is so incredible that it lessens the excitement of subsequent scenes that rely on more understated action or suspense, and it becomes apparent that a certain installment is not as good as a previous installments, due to ridiculous or low quality storylines, events or characters.” —
(via Andrew Wooster)