The murmur of the snarkmatrix…

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My OPML file just picked up some new nodes. I wish I could take credit for something more sophisticated, but my recommendation was Drawn.ca.

Update: In retrospect I regret foisting the phrase “my OPML file just picked up some new nodes” on you. What kind of blog do I think this is? Sorry, non-nerds.

December 20, 2007 / Uncategorized

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Um, which non-nerds are you referring to?

Cohen refers to a One Percent Rule that guided the writing on Futurama. When they were scripting the episode “Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch,” a character claims that he painstakingly programmed a holographic simulation using “4 million lines of BASIC.” One writer pointed out that 99 percent of the audience wouldn’t get the reference to an old programming language. Producer-writer Eric Kaplan responded, “Fuck them!”

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