Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

“He has an uncanny ability to cook up gadgets that we didn’t know we needed, but then suddenly can’t live without. A closed system may be the only way to deliver the kind of techno-Zen experience that Apple has become known for.” – Daniel Lyons, Newsweek End-to-end control of every product made. The ability to…

Watch Duff McKagan Be a Badass

There’s no question: Duff McKagan should not be fucked with. Being a part of Guns N’ Roses, one of the greatest rock outfits of our time, one would have to have some inherent fiery edge just to survive. He’s battled addiction and Axl Rose, and now he’s battling conspiracy theorists. At a recent signing for…

Mindy Kaling: The New Tina Fey?

  Mindy Kaling is, simply put, the shit. Most know her as Kelly Kapoor on The Office, but she’s also a writer on the show and co-executive producer as well, only confirming the fact that she’s better than you. On November 1, she adds “author” to her resume with her first book “Is Everyone Hanging…

Tina Fey probably wants to be my best friend.

After reading the thrilling conclusion to Tina Fey’s latest literary treasure, Bossypants, I’m confident that she and I would be the greatest of friends. In fact, she probably already wants to be my friend. If she had a Paris Hilton-esque reality show about finding said BFF, I would be a sure-shot victor, combining our wits…

The Definitive Guide To the Unique Taste of Millions

This book’s been out for awhile now, but I just recently picked up a copy from my wonderful local library (to which my librarian recommended the “Pabst Blue Ribbon” entry). The book is everything you’ve come to know and love about the blog with the same name: witty and humorous writing that calls white people…

The book of Sook

So I just finished Book 1 of The Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. Though not a bad read, it simply make me like it’s television counterpart that much more. This post is going to be spoilerific for Season 1 of True Blood and Book 1, Dead Until Dark. Reader beware! There are some key…

New Dan Brown/Robert Langdon book hits stores this Sept

Anyone care? I do. I care. Although I’m not gettin’ all Harry Potter on this thing, I enjoy the Robert Langdon stories. I read “Angels and Demons” (before reading “Da Vinci”) while in Rome and I found it fascinating to be reading about all the places I was seeing every day. “Angels” was definitely the…