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theclearlydope:

WORTH SEEING: My buddy Scott reviewed some frozen pizzas for Buzzfeed. He’s just great.

scottspizzatours:

I tasted a bunch of different frozen pizzas for BuzzFeed in an effort to answer one of the most common questions I get on pizza tours: WHAT’S THE BEST FROZEN PIZZA ON THE MARKET? 

Of course videos like this are made to be funny, but I want to clarify some technical questions that might pop into some of the more inquisitive pizza minds:

1. We baked each pizza according to the instructions on the box, so if a pie looks funky you can blame the pizza company. 

2. This does not represent every brand on the market, so don’t freak out because we didn’t try Tombstone or Freschetta or whatever your favorite frozen pizza may be. BuzzFeed brought 8 pies but one was microwave only (we only had an oven) and one got cut for time (Amy’s Organic, which I usually like but did not on this tasting). 

3. I grew up eating Ellio’s so I enjoyed it during this taste test even though I would never go out of my way to eat it.

4. I gave each pizza a rating out of 5 stars but none made it over 3.5 so they didn’t include them in the edit. 

5. Obviously frozen pizza should be judged on a different scale than fresh pies but since some these companies claim they deliver quality comparable to pizzeria products we really should hold them accountable. 

Don’t play dumb #subwaywisdom

Don’t play dumb #subwaywisdom

Tags: subwaywisdom

jessbennett:


“A guy just asked me out in emoji,” a friend told me, when I asked if she thought we had reached an emoji tipping point. “We carried on an emoji-only conversation for 45 minutes.”

The Emoji Have Won the Battle of Words (NY Times)

This is why we can’t have nice things.
(Hashtag sad face)

jessbennett:

“A guy just asked me out in emoji,” a friend told me, when I asked if she thought we had reached an emoji tipping point. “We carried on an emoji-only conversation for 45 minutes.”

The Emoji Have Won the Battle of Words (NY Times)

This is why we can’t have nice things.

(Hashtag sad face)

19 Things Only Truly Awkward People Will Understand
All of these things have already happened today. 

19 Things Only Truly Awkward People Will Understand

All of these things have already happened today. 

A culture of questionable content

If the BuzzFeed case feels different, it is because the site’s very business model — Internet “curation” — walks a fine line between aggregation and plagiarism.

Read more: Net roots of BuzzFeed plagiarism, Politico

A culture of questionable content

If the BuzzFeed case feels different, it is because the site’s very business model — Internet “curation” — walks a fine line between aggregation and plagiarism.

Read more: Net roots of BuzzFeed plagiarism, Politico

wolfwindcollective:

A letter from Keith Haring, to a young Basquiat.
"Satisfy yourself. Don’t do it for anyone else."

wolfwindcollective:

A letter from Keith Haring, to a young Basquiat.

"Satisfy yourself. Don’t do it for anyone else."

(via englishistheartofbullshit)

NPR One rethinks everything

Stark white and minimally designed, the new NPR One app looks like a paradigm of technology. But surprisingly, the app isn’t powered by algorithms, filters, or other pseudo-intelligence—it’s still good old human editor curation on the backend.

NPR One rethinks everything

Stark white and minimally designed, the new NPR One app looks like a paradigm of technology. But surprisingly, the app isn’t powered by algorithms, filters, or other pseudo-intelligence—it’s still good old human editor curation on the backend.

Tuesday.

Tuesday.

(Source: quevidamastriste, via pizza)

Tags: I'm done

thefrisky:

OKCupid Is Experimenting On/Lying To Users Now