Everybody knows “I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby” is close to the funkiest loop of all time of all time. And damnit, I’ve never even heard the dope Freddie Foxxx* track that samples the groooooooove** til today.
Barry White – I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby
(Looks like this is the radio cut on account of the 3:51 track time and the abrupt ending)
The adoption of the Segway has been quite interesting. From what I’ve seen so far, the Segway is used exclusively by nerds and police/security people. This is an interesting disadvantage (or distinct advantage, depending on your mindset) to quite an innovative product.
But, of course, there are always people who can modify anything to absolute greatness:
I’ve been hearing a lot about waterboarding as a possible method of torture, but I’ve never really been clear as to what waterboarding really entails. After reading a bit of waterboarding.org, I can say that it certainly looks like torture to me.
These sidewalk compass markings are an excellent idea. No matter how much I think I know where I’m going when in New York, walking out of a subway station and back up to land level has always been very disorienting for me. Especially after the twin towers disappeared.
I don’t know how much time I’ve wasted by walking the wrong way trying to find a street sign in an unfamiliar Manhattan area. I’m definitely looking forward to this street feature for the next time I’m in NY.
I don’t work in physical product manufacturing or packaging, but I’m thinking the manufacturer could have prevented this. The user didn’t read the instructions (seems quite common), but the design of the staple gun could have reinforced the correct usage through shape, colors, or warning labels.
Considering the ridiculous amount of hard work it takes to create any type of semi-permanent sculpture, I’m happy to see these examples that are strange, whimsical, and not restrained by societal censorship: Strange Public Sculptures