If you follow this blog, you may have noticed that I made fun of Advanced Persistent Threat on several occasions. I published APT haiku (thanks to all who contributed) and a series of APT cartoons. I established the Certified APT Nerd (CAPTN) professional credential with an exam. I…
Dum Dum Girls broadcasted a live set from the lobby at Ace New York today and sat down in the John Dory to have lunch and talk about their tour, their show-related rituals and their show tonight at The Mercury Lounge.
Catch the last day of broadcasts tomorrow in our lobby - WATERS, EMA, Cavemen and Atlas Sound play live sets and we’ll go out with a bang with DJ sets from two of our favorite independent record labels, Group Tightener and Domino.
Also, don’t forgot to pick up your very own free copy of Art Chantry’s custom, limited edition, hand-screened poster for the Ace x KEXP broadcasts — they’re in the gallery space along with an archival collection of his iconic posters for Seattle rock bands.
Thanks to the John Dory Oyster Bar for lunch and letting us hang out.
Video by Matt Jay
Moments ago, I participated in surprise conference call with Tumblr staff members. They have indicated to me that they continue to take issue with Missing e even with the removal of usage of the Tumblr API.
They interpret the Tumblr API License Agreement in such a way as it continues to apply…
Untappd has been growing beyond our expectations and with our recent surpassing of the one million check-in mark, we’re truly humbled by the community and all of the support you have been giving us. It is this sense of community in the beer world that has really helped Untappd thrive.
“The economic cost of obesity in America is $300 billion”
Yesterday was a sad day for some of Northwestern’s oldest residents, as a brief but violent storm uprooted some of the oldest trees on the Evanston campus. Wind gusts blew over trees between Kresge Hall and University Library, as well as a few willow trees on the lakefill. [Full Gallery]
When we first released QuickMark for iPhone back in March 2009, it was the first iPhone app to automatically scan multiple barcode formats. But despite adding several features during this time, our user interface remained pretty much the same and in some cases our feature set has outgrown the UI.