Monthly Archives: June 2013

Live in the Now: Real-time Sports vs. the DVR

On Thursday of last week, the day of game 7 in the Heat and Spurs’ NBA Finals series, I came across a status on Facebook that read: I’m not one to butt into other people’s personal lives…and as we all know, what you record on your DVR is very privileged information. Still, I have to […]

Finding Yeezus

If you’re anything like me, it’s downright comical to listen to anything but Yeezus this week. Though just ten songs long, totaling about 40 minutes, the album has a high replay value, because, well, it’s incredible.  But I’m not here to talk about that.  There are numerous Yeezus think-pieces out there written by people with larger vocabularies […]

That’s it, you don’t have to listen to new music until the fall

Because A-Trak and Armand Van Helden aka Duck Sauce just dropped another disco-infused cross-over banger to round out a crazy two weeks of music news. I, for one, cannot read another Yeezus think piece so go quit your job and listen to this dance-track from now until September.  

The End Gets Real

Of all the disaster films coming out this year, it’s pleasantly surprising to see that the best one by far is the comedy This Is The End, written by bar-mitzvah class buddies Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Think about it—you’ve got all-star casts in not one, but TWO “White House gets hijacked” movies, and they […]

E3 for People that Don’t Really Care

You may or may not know that the massive gaming event of the year is happening right now at E3. The Los Angeles based conference which launched on Monday with Microsoft’s exhibition of the newest games for their upcoming console, the Xbox One. Video game publishers, developers, and nerds flocked from all over the country […]

The Life and Times of Chad Johnson

With the latest Chad Johnson news yesterday revealing that he’s been sentenced to 30 days in jail for slapping his lawyer’s ass in court, it’s as good a time as any to take a look at the loud off-field news #85 has provided us over his storied career. Here are some of the most hilarious […]

Nobody is that Cool, Facebook

Over the last 10 years, the internet as a whole has drastically changed the way human beings communicate. Twitter allows us to rapidly share and re-share tidbits of information, Yelp can tell us the exact address and relative quality of the service at a given business, and Reddit aggregates all the funniest, most informative, and […]