Given our love for making our opinions heard for products on the internets, Earth Reviews from Neal Agarwal extends the possibilities. Review acne, frogs, snow, gum, doors, and many other important things that require important reviews. Make your voice heard. Tags: Earth, humor, Neal Agarwal, reviews
The 2022 Oscars came and went, and it was like all anyone could talk about was how outfits paired with public health charts. William Lopez has the collection. Tags: clothes, humor, Oscars, William Lopez
Same vibes pic.twitter.com/oXjhdwS3yW — Matt Blackwell (@matt_blackwell) February 7, 2022 This is a good tweet. Tags: humor, snow
In an automated job climate that analyzes resumes and inspects social profiles, it can be a challenge to find the job that’s right for you. Luckily, Jess Peter for The Pudding put together a satirical set of tools to combat the recruiting bots. Generate a fake resume with a specified level of experience, define a profile pic for your socials, and then use that fake image of your face for...
This is Hallgrímskirkja, a church in Reykjavík, Iceland. It will now also be known as the Church of the 95% Confidence Interval. The Church of the 95% Confidence Interval #rstats pic.twitter.com/m0gvvu2Dav — Julien Cloarec (@CloarecJulien) December 5, 2021 Tags: church, humor
xkcd poked fun at the sometimes questionable color choices of researchers. Tags: color, humor, xkcd
When I’m feeling confused about what’s going on around me, I gravitate towards making charts, so Michelle Rial’s book of charts, Maybe This Will Help: How to Feel Better When Things Stay the Same, resonates. It’s available for pre-order. Tags: book, humor, Michelle Rial