oh indeed

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nbcnews:

Netflix is hiring someone to watch Netflix
(Photo: Netflix)
Yes, Netflix actually wants to pay someone to sit around and stream movies and TV shows all day.
Continue reading

WHERE DO I SIGN UP??

nbcnews:

Netflix is hiring someone to watch Netflix

(Photo: Netflix)

Yes, Netflix actually wants to pay someone to sit around and stream movies and TV shows all day.

Continue reading

WHERE DO I SIGN UP??

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millionsmillions:

At HTML Giant, Jimmy Chen plots famous writers on two axes: Genius to Mediocrity and Arrogance to Modesty.

millionsmillions:

At HTML GiantJimmy Chen plots famous writers on two axes: Genius to Mediocrity and Arrogance to Modesty.


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latenightjimmy:

We tried out a brand new game last night with Celine Dion, Hugh Laurie, and Captain Kirk Douglas from The Roots. They played Password — but they had to sing the clues!

Things got… confusing.

[Part 1 / Part 2]

YMMV, but Part 2 made me laugh so hard I cried a little.


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millionsmillions:

Business Insider made an infographic of the most famous book set in every state. We’re sorry that Twilight is the most notorious book in Washington; you guys deserve better.

A+, California.

millionsmillions:

Business Insider made an infographic of the most famous book set in every state. We’re sorry that Twilight is the most notorious book in Washington; you guys deserve better.

A+, California.


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comedycentral:

Stephen Colbert’s interview with Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is excellent and full of spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the finale, perhaps your best course of action would be to tread lightly.

Otherwise, click here.


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