5 August 2008

The Onion: World’s Worst Person Decides To Go Into Marketing

“I think it’s the career path that will best utilize my networking skills and my ability to think outside the box,” said Deenan, whose smug, gloating tone and shit-eating smile just make you want to punch his goddamn teeth in. “So I’m definitely thinking marketing. Either that, or PR.”

[via:Merlin]

12 July 2008

Pundit Kitchen: (US) political humor, Cheezburger style

LOLpoliticians.

(I won’t post for a while. I’m on vacation afk.)

10 July 2008

The State of the Web (2008)

The guy made a version last year too. Remember when lolcats were fun?

9 July 2008

Prepare to be disappointed Obama T-shirt

New smart t-shirt by rstevens, the guy behind Diesel Sweeties, the pixelated webcomic. (Related: read about Obama’s recent moves towards conservative assclownery, or as some may put it, willingness to become electable)

Rstevens of Dieswelsweeties\' new Obama \"Dare to Hope. Prepare to be Disappointed\" T-shirt

Still a lesser evil, I suppose.

[via:rstevens]

7 July 2008

The New Pyramid of the Capitalist System

This has been all over the Internet for the last week or so, but I haven’t been able to figure out where it’s from (the images link to full size versions).

The New Pyramid of the Capitalist System

Whoever made this was obviously thinking of classic posters such as the one below.

Pyramid of Capitalist System, old propaganda poster

[via:Curry]

3 July 2008

Stuff White People Like

…is a funny blog about hipster/yuppie stereotypes, with an entertainment value high enough to convince me to get the audiobook version (haven’t listened yet). From the audiobook’s description:

“They love nothing better than sipping free-trade gourmet coffee, leafing through the Sunday New York Times, and listening to David Sedaris on NPR (ideally all at the same time). Apple products, indie music, food co-ops, and vintage T-shirts make them weak in the knees. They believe they’re unique, yet somehow they’re all exactly the same, talking about how they “get” Sarah Silverman’s “subversive” comedy and Wes Anderson’s “droll” films.”

29 June 2008

Video: “The Website is Down: Sales Guy Vs. Web Dude”

“The Website is Down: Marketing Guy Vs. Web Dude” is a satirical look on contemporary IT help desk work. Some of the jokes require insight into current and past trends in computer and Internet technology. Let’s hope for more episodes in the future.

Alternate link: the video’s page on blip.tv.

[via:Tietoja koneesta]

17 June 2008

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