Week In Review

Criterion Top 50

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday! It’s Sunday again, and of course that brings with it a corralling of stuff that caught my eye over the past few days. This one’s a bit of a heavyweight contender. Let’s get ready to internet rumble! (Sorry Michael Buffer, I know that was lame. And that was probably too many fight night references.) Continue reading

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Week In Review

Sexy Scripts and Crazy Posters

It’s only been a few days of using Feedly, but I must say it’s a lot prettier than anything I’ve been using to date. I don’t quite understand some of its functionality just yet—it doesn’t seem to list all of my unread articles in one screen in a readable form, to my knowledge, which is a little strange, but it’s working for now. First world problems, am I right? Anyways, this Sunday’s roundup is a little light, but it’s gorgeous out and you shouldn’t be on your computer anyways. But don’t go just yet! Continue reading

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Dr. Easy

It’s the end of June already, and that means us Canadians get an elongated weekend to celebrate the birth of this overwhelmingly large and polite country of ours. In this light, I will be once again postponing my first real Breaking Knowledge post—I’m the worst, I know—in the interest of unplugging for a couple days and maybe even spending a night in nature! On the upside, we’ve got a pretty healthy offering of links after the jump, so no complaining! Continue reading

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Week In Review

The Craft Paper Comeback

Alright kiddies, gather round. It’s time for another roundup of what Colin found interesting within his daily internet feed. (I think we’re quite a bit closer to The Matrix than people realize, but let’s not get all philosophical above the fold—that stuff’s for the comments.) Continue reading

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Stage Whispers, Screaming Vikings, and Naming Cocktails

I don’t know if it’s just me, or are the weekends after unusually long weeks always cruelly short? I’m having a hard time accepting that it’s mid-Sunday afternoon already, but there’s no point lamenting—we’ve got interweb to consume! Continue reading

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