Computer Love: Our Favorite Links of the Week


PA brother Carl Gunhouse’s very awesome photo book American Desires (Arts & Sciences PROJECTS)

Judith Thurman on Alexander McQueen at the Met (The New Yorker)

Awesome Slovakian book covers (50 Watts)

Just a quick ride across the river — check out the Tibet Collection at the Newark Museum (NY Times)


Absolutely LOVE Deborah Lippmann’s Bad Romance nail polish (fuckyeahprettynails)


Watch Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Take a Trip to NBC’s ‘Jersey Floor’ (Vulture)

Will totally go see Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (NY Times)

Lady GaGa Would Love Cameo Role In Glee (MTV UK)

Summer theater around the country (NY Times)

Nerding out — Lieutenants Starbuck and Starbuck at Starbucks. What the frack!? (Topless Robot)

Wow — Lindsay Lohan’s Vampire Video (Vulture)

Need some help remembering the characters on Game of Thrones check out this illustrated guide (HauteSlides)

Ron Swanson dancing with a tiny hat, yes please (MDubs Tumblr)


2011 James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast Journalism Award Winners (Eater)

Totally want a “Homdoor” (home tandoor oven) (NY Times)

A formal luncheon aboard the L train (NY Times)

Work near Madison Square Park? Looking for lunch? Check out Madison Square Eats (Serious Eats)


Stevie Nicks wrote a song inspired by Twilight? OMG didn’t think it was possible to love her more. (The New Yorker)

In case you missed it — Lady Gaga’s new single ‘Edge of Glory’ (Vulture)

At long last! Jesus Christ Superstar in Japanese MP3s (WFMU)


Yeah blame it on the photo editor: Hasidic Newspaper Explains Why It Airbrushed Out Hillary Clinton (Jezebel)

Presbyterians Set to Approve Gay Ministers (NY Times)

The headline says it all: “‘Mad hatters’ gang of middle-aged women blamed for Detroit crime spree” (The Telegraph)

So sad! Tai — the start elephant from Water for Elephants electrocuted and beaten with hooks (Mail Online)


Kitten crash test! (You Tube)

Superhero Situation Room Photo (The Daily What Geek)

Best animal every — H is for Hippopotamus (Flickr Blog)

Image via Carl Gunhouse and  Arts & Sciences PROJECTS


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