"Shit, I wanted to use orange orange and not red orange! Now it’s ruined!"
Calories don’t matter at fairs. — Inventor of a twinkie stuffed with Twix rolled in bacon and deep fried, the top snack at this summer’s New York State Fair (WSJ)
"Would anyone like a mimosa?" @___cami___ is always prepared. #hooraybrookeclaire
Thanks to Challey and Olivia, I just learned that you can eat raw corn, then I impressed CR with this badass CSA salad.
Corn cut from the cob plus squash (slightly sauteed), tomatoes, cilantro, tomatoes, sliced radishes, green peppers, salad dressing, and a hard boiled egg on top.
Undercut touchup from my new favorite barber.
@likethereligion’s crest, courtesy of @ohblanchie. #filmjölk #latergram
Persado’s software deconstructs advertisements into five components, including emotion words, characteristics of the product, the “call to action” and even the position of text and the images accompanying it. By recombining them in millions of ways and then distilling their essential characteristics into eight or more test emails that are sent to some customers, Persado says it can effectively determine the best possible come-on. — It’s Time to Take Artificial Intelligence Seriously (WSJ)
I’m so happy I married you. —
One of these things is not like the other.