Last week the Yes Men gave the New York Post a facelift, you can see it HERE.
If you don’t know the YES MEN, you can learn about them in their up-and-coming film, trailer below.
Give Thanks Remi Gaillard!
Via Wired Gadget Lab.
I found this fascinating and/or useful.
From BoingBoing, Death By Chocolate
Courtesy of the Perry Bible Fellowship.
Travel is difficult for any vegetarian, extra challenging if you’re going raw. So give thanks to the VegOut App for the iPhone. It finds all the veg friendly restaurants near you using the GPS feature or any zip code you dial in. Its a simple service, but it out-performs the variety of google searches I used to invoke in order to find something decent to stomach during travel days. Nothing ingratiates me into a new city more than knowing where to eat.
We run our office on two macs and an iphone. While Im not an evangelist about mac products, I do love their useability, industrial design and the fact that they dont crash religiously like every other PC I’ve owned. Anyhow, the iphone, despite all its faults (ahem, ATT service) can’t be denied its greatest virtue: Apps. I’ve got my favorites (Wikipanion, Yelp, Twitterific, iConvert, DataCase, GuitarToolKit, Pandora), and my new favortive is VegOut. Highly recommended for veggies, vegans and raw foodists.
Mia Farrow is 9 days into a 3 week hunger strike to support Darfur Refugees. She’s documenting her fast in a series of short YouTube videos and she’ll be on Larry King Live tonight. Mia says she’s looking forward to exposing the horrific genocide in Sudan to more than 250 million viewers. More than anything, she wants you to call the White House and demand action: 202-456-1111.
Im calling now.
Via BoingBoing, “Also striking is Pam Omidyar, a founder of the philanthropic group Humanity United, and the wife of EBay founder Pierre Omidyar. Omidyar has been eating the refugee meals for 18 days, according to her blog on fastdarfur.org.