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November 5, 2013

Hey Mac/iPhone nerds: Hipster caveman gonna teach you how to unlock with a knock.

17:45 // 5 months ago
July 1, 2013
Clearly doing God’s work, Yelp has launched a Word Maps Google Maps mashup, exposing hotspots for keywords in certain cities, based on the site’s reviews. Above is a map of DC’s “hipster” hotspots, which is shockingly accurate, correctly pointing out H Street, U Street and 14th Street among others.

Clearly doing God’s work, Yelp has launched a Word Maps Google Maps mashup, exposing hotspots for keywords in certain cities, based on the site’s reviews. Above is a map of DC’s “hipster” hotspots, which is shockingly accurate, correctly pointing out H Street, U Street and 14th Street among others.

21:49 // 9 months ago
February 8, 2012
10:48 // 2 years ago
May 18, 2011

zachvaughn says: So if Pabst moves to LA, is this proof they truly are the hipster beer?

» We say: It’s possible, although I imagine some residents of the Mission District in San Francisco, or perhaps the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg, might want a word with you. -Seth @ SFB

18:34 // 2 years ago
January 15, 2011

Worst startup angle: Naming your wannabe hip startup “Hipster”

  • 10,000 wannabe hipster signups so far source

» A really clichéd calling card: While not giving much away, the use of UseHipster.com appears to be ironic. Some might even say … detached. All that exists is a startup page of an aerial urban image that changes based on your proximity to NYC or San Francisco (or Atlanta or Chicago … The Washington Post lied! – thanks lemonpeelclock) – the two cities where whatever idea they have is going to launch. ”I think we might have perfected the viral ‘Coming Soon’ page,” said founder Doug Ludlow, who is wrong.

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21:02 // 3 years ago