"This week, we discovered an utterly charming card used by Isaac Asimov ('natural resource' is right) and, inspired, began hunting for more famous peoples' business cards
, whether boilerplate or highly designed, staid or comical."
Since it debuted on the blue
in '11 // Epic Rap Battles of History
preppin' // to score itself more than a billion views
// and become TopDog of the pack YouTube
Made by NicePeter
// (two improv comics by Maker
employed) // The series pits icons of legend renowned // in a slick-wit freestyle rap throwdown
With snappier writing, and better FX // online celebs
(and Google Ad checks) // The Epic Rap crew's halfway done with the brew // that is Epic Rap Battles of History Part Deux
The midseason's close? It comes out today. // In one corner: Santa Claus, fresh from his sleigh
And his prophet o' doom? "He ain't Mayan," ERBoH sez.
It's Snoop Dogg -- Snoop Lion -- as mothafuckin' Moses
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The Bill and Steve
show: Jobs and Gates sit down together
and discuss the past, present and future at the D5 conference
Chef's death a ratings ploy.
"The whole quitting thing was Matts idea. They were
just starting their 10th season and were looking for a great idea to spark renewed interest in the show, and it did!"
In other sad news, a real death HAS occured.
Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? Who is changing the world more for the better?
Some people believe Bill Gates and Microsoft are the Spawn of Satan
, while others praise him
for his philanthropy
. [subs. req'd]
Steve Jobs has more buzz on the internets
than Bill Gates and a near religious following
for his products with Apple. One might not give like the other, but one definitely is much more Zen-like
Bill Gates created MacOS X?
I came across this memo written by Bill Gates on July 29, 1985 to John Sculley, then president of Apple Computer. In the memo, Gates writes about the possibility of licensing the Macintosh operating system to third party companies. Here's where it get wierd, Bill suggests that Apple talk to AT&T about migrating the MacOS as a GUI layer on top of their UNIX. Makes me wonder who had the idea first, Steve Jobs or Bill Gates?