Serious case of the Mondays?
Happy New Year! See you in 2014.
Hope your Thanksgiving is… well, just like this.
See you Monday, then!
Ah yes, and Fresh Air Weekend is Graham Nash and Billy Crystal. Enjoy!
It’s that time of day and this is how we’re feeling right now.
How about you?
Gif of The Graduate (dir. Mike Nichols) via giraffe-backwards-spells-satan
Gonna [nonchalantly] twist through Wednesday.
Keepin’ it Fresh this morning, B-Stan style.
(gif from Double Indemnity, starring Barbara Stanwyck, 1944)
Directed by Sean Pecknold and produced by LEGS Media, A Short History of the GIF chronicles the graphic interchange format’s journey from the late 1980s through the dot com bubble up to today’s multi-platform media world — in claymation. Not only did the GIF pave the way for future digital art memes, but even the savviest of media creators cannot decide whether to pronounce it with a hard or soft ‘g’. (Hint: Inventor Steve Whilhite pronounced it like the peanut butter brand).
From “Breaking Up to Hard To Do” to “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” to “When Doves Cry” to, yes, “Always Be My Baby,” hear 50 years worth of summer hits and help us pick 2012’s summer song.
I know I already posted this but I feel like this gif needs to be reshared. (Nice job, Lars.)
WHEN YOU JUST NEED TO KEEP FOCUSING ON YOUR DEADLINE AND IGNORE THE DISTRACTIONS AROUND YOU EVEN IF THEY WOULD NORMALLY MAKE YOU LAUGH.
I’ve apparently found my life’s calling….[it’s not rocket science people. A simple google search of ‘name of person’ + ‘gif’ leads one down some pretty amazing paths. :P)]
The Villain (1979)
Monday: We talk to stuntman Hal Needham about his death-defying, stunt-making activities in Hollywood for 40 years.