Don’t open this at work. But if you sincerely feel your time has come, here’s Goatse. I recommend exercising similar caution in following the links throughout this article.An aside in Gawker writer Adrian Chen’s possible masterwork, “Finding Goatse: The Mystery Man Behind the Most Disturbing Internet Meme in History.” Don’t click the links unless you dare. (Except for the one that leads to the story.) Not safe for work.
We’ve been approached by a number of high-profile Hollywood producers and asked to do TV shows. We may do that.Mojang CEO Carl Manneh • Discussing the potential for a Minecraft television adaptation, during an interview with the Financial Times. Minecraft has seen explosive growth since achieving 1.0 status late last year, adding 5 million new users just last month, and bringing the total number of client downloads to approximately 25 million. Elaborating on the television proposals, Manneh told the Times, “We have so much to focus on with just the game development and growing the business. But if the right idea comes along and the right people that we’d want to work with, we’d say why not?” source (via • follow)
All in all, it is the largest and most beautiful restaurant now operating in Grand Forks. It attracts visitors from out of town as well as people who live here.85-year-old Grand Forks Herald EatBeat columnist Marilyn Hagerty • Writing about Olive Garden. This review has gone viral for obvious reasons, to which Hagerty reacted: “I don’t get it. I’ve been doing this for 30-40 years. Why all of a sudden now?” The article has been a major traffic boon for her newspaper, drawing over 100,000 page views. We totally understand, Marilyn; our 87-year-old grandpa (who lives in Grand Rapids, which is like Grand Forks with a river) is on a first-name basis with the staff of the Olive Garden he goes to. It’s a great place.