Jason Oberholtzer, editor of I Love Charts, recently rounded up his ten favorite movie-related charts for humor site Slacktory.
"Nerds love movies. Nerds love charts. Nerds love combining their loves (bacon unicorns, zombie narwhals). Thus, we get tons of charts about movies at I Love Charts. Here are ten of my favorites."
Caldwell Tanner imagines what contemporary TV shows aimed at grown-up audiences might look like when restyled and merged with some of the classics from your childhood.
These are fun, though I admit I couldn't place two of 'em at first. (Hint: check the tags at the bottom)
Regarding passions, hobbies, preferences, etc, I've come to believe one thing: everybody's a geek about something. It's just that some areas, like sports, fashion, cars, celebrities, are more socially acceptable. But, knowing a lot about the things you're passionate about is awesome, and I'm glad folks get excited.
So, while I think it's only fair that most informed people own the geek title, I still think Julianna's concept map is tops.
Click here to see it in all its high-resolution glory:
You Tube user Suzyj87 has just completed months of tattoo sessions to successfully inscribe 152 Facebook friend profile pics onto her right arm.
Veer, a stock image company, has a fun new game - Clockbusters - that tosses up three related images from its collection, and then challenges you to name the movie which they evoke.
When the What? is an outstanding collection of hand drawn timelines created by Jim Darlington. My fave? The Time-Traveling Fictional Bar Crawl:
Somewhere in the last few weeks, making fun of hipsters became more prolific than the irony-clad, mustache filled trend itself. Which was sorta funny for a bit, but at what point does the cultural response become even more pathetic than the ridiculousness of the subculture it mocks?
So, with that in mind, we at ManMade promise that this very post will be the latest hipster mocking piece we do.
Well, unless its very, very funny.
"When in the course of human events a mustache comes along that truly changes things, Aaron Perlut is there to celebrate."
Perlut is the chairman of the American Mustache Institute and is currently coordinating the AMI's third annual "Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year" award. The self-proclaimed Dr. of Nuclear Mustachology was recently interviewed by the Atlantic monthly, saying,
Stylized moustache? Hipster.
Stylized moustache tattoo on your finger? Ironic hipster.
So what's the next step? Why removing yourself even one step more.