"Palin has shown she still has the attention span of a hummingbird on a nectar jag. She does not do basic homework. Never has. The result is a string of endorsements for people whose lives are living contradictions of their stated philosophies."
"If there were any truth to the idea that a particular name can guarantee a particular character trait for the child — or vice versa — most people would be named Vaguely Dissatisfied. Or Kinda Bitter. In my case, my parents could’ve just named me Unemployed and saved everybody a lot of trouble."
"I’m glad the Apple ][+ came with schematics for the circuit boards. I’m glad it encouraged a generation of kids to tinker and explore. I’m also glad that I don’t live in the F*!king ’70s and have to type in programs from a magazine anymore."
Joel Johnson, Gizmodo
"In many ways, it’s the things that are not there that we are most proud of, he tells me. For us, it is all about refining and refining until it seems like there’s nothing between the user and the content they are interacting with."
Apple’s Jonathan Ive (via Time)
"It’s like God and Steve Jobs got together to say ‘We love you Phil’"
Phil Dunphy, reacting to the iPad, on Modern Family tonight
"That bumper sticker that maybe you’ll see on the next Subaru driving by — an Obama bumper sticker — you should stop the driver and say, ‘So how is that hopey, changey thing working out for ya?"
Sarah Palin, apparently unaware that things are going pretty well for us Subaru-driving lefties.
Breaking news: some bullshit happening somewhere