---Andy Warhol eats a Whopper
---Tina Fey deconstructs Between Two Ferns
---sound in The Avengers
---oil and the third industrial revolution
---"We’re living through a much more radical shift from narrative and stories and reporting to entirely different and entirely unrelated ways of sharing knowledge." --Stijn Debrouwere
---the three point landing supercut
---250 years of human expansion
---corporations and their brands
---Slacker and Spoiler
---"People are so vulnerable and so willing to accept substitutes for human companionship in very intimate ways. I hadn’t seen that coming, and it really concerns me that we’re willing to give up something that I think defines our humanness: our ability to empathize and be with each other and talk to each other and understand each other. And I report to you with great sadness that the more I continued to interview people about this, the more I realized the extent to which people are willing to put machines in this role. People feel that they are not being heard, that no one is listening. They have a fantasy that finally, in a machine, they will have a nonjudgmental companion." --Sherry Turkle
---trailers for In God We Trust, The Loved Ones, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Grand Illusion, The Taste of Money, Gangster Squad, Branded, Argo, and Killer Joe
---the plenoptic digital camera
---De Palma's Passion
---"The FBI general counsel's office has drafted a proposed law that the bureau claims is the best solution: requiring that social-networking Web sites and providers of VoIP, instant messaging, and Web e-mail alter their code to ensure their products are wiretap-friendly."
How to Film Protests
---behind the scenes of Moonrise Kingdom
---Twitter's mawkish "competitive mourning cycle"
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