As the desire for convenient sexytimes has driven the evolution of web-based technology, prurient material (or better yet, actual sex) has gotten easier and easier to access with just the click of a button. In honor of this beautiful fact, Interview Magazine has created an editorial called “Brief Encounters” (get it?) in which its underwear-clad male models are cast as members of the gay hook-up site Grindr, complete with little screen names and chat boxes. For those not in the know, Grindr is a GPS-enabled sex map for the modern homosexual male’s mobile device that helps guide users to the nearest available beej. No, really! Why they haven’t come out with a decent version of this for straight people yet I do not know, but I hope you, the man-liking female reader, will enjoy perusing these photos with the knowledge that many of those swelling bulges actually want to go in a vagina. Or at least a few do. Statistics! More
Beyond it being a terrible work of photoshop?
Mark Zuckerberg must be having a good few days: he’s got more money than God and David Bowie combined and he just got married to longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan. The announcement was made on Zuckerberg’s Facebook page, obviously. More
Sometimes fashion uses its powers for good: yesterday at London Fashion Week, designer Richard Nicoll presented his Fall 2012 collection as a riff on the idea of “modern times.” Accompanying his appropriately minimal futurism was this sleek, white Birkin-ish tote… that can charge your iPhone, Android or Blackberry for up to two days. More
Want a cushy job at Google? Put down the cake! More
Tech Crunch recently didn’t a post entitled “Too Few Women in Tech? Stop Blaming The Men.” The point of it is basically: “The problem isn’t that Silicon Valley is keeping women down, or not doing enough to encourage female entrepreneurs. … More