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April 22, 2014
Know that selfie-taking idiot who got kicked in the head by a train conductor? Well, that YouTube video he uploaded got a crapton of views, and he’s poised to make bank from ad revenues and licensing fees—as much as $250,000, according to one estimate. Who’s laughing now?

Know that selfie-taking idiot who got kicked in the head by a train conductor? Well, that YouTube video he uploaded got a crapton of views, and he’s poised to make bank from ad revenues and licensing fees—as much as $250,000, according to one estimate. Who’s laughing now?

10:53 // 3 months ago
January 15, 2014
In the age of social media, when cell phones come with camera lenses optimized for selfies, that last question gets asked regularly. So I am going to answer it, once and for all: No. There is no such thing as TMI on the Internet. We are living in a post-TMI age, and everyone needs to deal with it. Preferably by using the ‘unfollow’ button.
New York Magazine’s Maureen O’Connor, on the virtues of the unfollow button, a button that you should probably use if you’re Bill Keller or are married to Bill Keller.
14:19 // 6 months ago
September 3, 2013
And yes, there’s a GIF of this guy. (ht Buzzfeed)

And yes, there’s a GIF of this guy. (ht Buzzfeed)

20:27 // 10 months ago
December 7, 2012

jimmydaly:

Some famous photos re-created as iPhone “selfies.” 

Solid Photoshop work on these.

9:57 // 1 year ago