"Scott and Zelda’s friends from the Jazz Age would doubtless have spit up into their morning coffee—or, more likely, into teacups filled with bathtub gin—to find the pair, almost a century after their meeting, not a poignant footnote to an ill-named time but an enduring legend of the West, a subject adaptable for movies and novels and probably paper dolls and ice shows."
- Adam Gopnik reviews two new books about the couple. (via newyorker)

(Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)

imeurjhemehj:

Hahahahahahahaha I’m an avid fan of running man so i laughed on this part xD 

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Kdrama intertextual reference for the win

imeurjhemehj:

Hahahahahahahaha I’m an avid fan of running man so i laughed on this part xD

:)))))))))))))

Kdrama intertextual reference for the win

futurejournalismproject:

Too Many, Probably Way Too Many
An app that does a simple thing: tells you how often and where you check your phone. The results could be discouraging.
Via The Oracle:

A recent study released by Baylor University, published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, examined 24 cellphone related activities from 164 college students and found that women spend an average of 10 hours a day on their cellphones while men spend about eight. Of the activities measured, applications such as Pinterest and Instagram were significantly associated with an addiction to cellphone use. 
The idea of cellphone addiction might seem melodramatic but evidence suggests it’s real and here to stay. Fitness magazine reports a recent survey found 84 percent of the world’s population said they couldn’t go a day without using their cellphone and two thirds of teens and adults checked their phones every 15 minutes. 

Interested in the Baylor study? It’s available here (PDF).
Filed under: Things we’re not sure we want to know.
Image: Partial screenshot, CheckyApp.

futurejournalismproject:

Too Many, Probably Way Too Many

An app that does a simple thing: tells you how often and where you check your phone. The results could be discouraging.

Via The Oracle:

A recent study released by Baylor University, published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, examined 24 cellphone related activities from 164 college students and found that women spend an average of 10 hours a day on their cellphones while men spend about eight. Of the activities measured, applications such as Pinterest and Instagram were significantly associated with an addiction to cellphone use. 

The idea of cellphone addiction might seem melodramatic but evidence suggests it’s real and here to stay. Fitness magazine reports a recent survey found 84 percent of the world’s population said they couldn’t go a day without using their cellphone and two thirds of teens and adults checked their phones every 15 minutes. 

Interested in the Baylor study? It’s available here (PDF).

Filed under: Things we’re not sure we want to know.

Image: Partial screenshot, CheckyApp.