Well, it’s Sunday, and we’ve had a few later evening teas to help us ponder the events of the past week as we look forward to another busy one starting in the morning.
1. Even though we can’t seem to finish the DVD set (that 2nd season is real mind bender) this Twin Peaks poster is amazing.
2. The idea of an Edgar Allen Poe TV series seems insane. But this description makes it sound awesome, “It has an element of Guy Ritchie’s version of Sherlock Holmes, an element of steampunk and a real sense of fun. This is before Poe’s darkest days. He has a sense of humor; he’s a believer surrounded by skeptics. The show in some ways bears a resemblance to Castle. One supporting character is a female who works at a newspaper, another, one of the first African-American doctors [both are fictional]. They’re people who are always being underestimated in society.”
3. Not sure what’s crazier. That Ferris Bueller came out 25 years ago, or thatsomeone uncovered which baseball game they attend during the film.
5. So does the branding for Atlanta’s own Perrine’s Wine Shop. Stunningly good.
7. A pattern that would be well served with some crassly exploited old timey dead explorer confectionaries. Like this Sir Francis Bacon Peanut Brittle. Bring on the Captain Vancouver cookies!
8. But seriously, speaking of videos, animation director Brad Bird’s acceptance video for the Winsor McCary Annie Awards was pretty funny stuff.
9. And Fast Company points us to the medicore redesigned CIA website with 100% more puppy videos. Wait, what?
10. We did enjoy the tour of the Dropbox offices, mostly because we just really like Dropbox, a lot.
The Tumblr site we loved most this week? Number One. With some just in time Valentines ideas from Commander Riker.