Instagram is no longer the next Facebook or YouTube. It’s been the social media platform of 2018, 2019 and going 2020. Continue reading “Review: How does Stim Social work for Instagram and Tik Tok?”
You’ve probably seen the Instagram video, tweet or Facebook post where a teenager is videoed sliding down the center median of a subway escalator in the London Underground Continue reading “Who’s the teenager that slid down the center of a subway escalator in hilarious, cringe-worthy viral video?”
&pizza, the fast casual, custom pizza joint that originated in Washington D.C., was giving away free pizzas to those that clicked on their Instagram sponsored post. Continue reading “Yes, &pizza is giving away free pizzas via an Instagram Sponsored Ad”
It was great to follow the Warriors on their way to the NBA championship while on the East Coast. Continue reading “Awesome Steph Curry “DUBS” mural found in Oakland”
As the owner of multiple websites, I often rely on free web tools to accomplish certain tasks (quick photo editing, plugins, widgets, etc). Continue reading “Embed Responsively: Resize media across your desktop, mobile, and tablet”
I don’t have much of an “awwwwwwww” factor and I shrug my shoulders at the same dog and cat videos that make thousands smile, “like” Continue reading “If there’s one two-legged Santa dog with its tongue out Instagram video you must watch this holiday season…”
Whenever Justin Bieber shares a moment of self-reflection or has a fleeting awareness of his place in the world, we should support him in his efforts. It’s not easy to fight off the strong impulses to behave like an ignorant bro. Continue reading “We should welcome any and all self-reflection that Justin Bieber can muster”
Here’s Jeremy Lin and gang are taking to Instagram and dunking all over Palo Alto. The coup de grace Jeremy jumping over Justin for a total rim rocker on his unsuspecting mother, Shirley. Continue reading “Jeremy Lin ruthlessly posterizes his own mom”
Here’s some photos from the M.I.A./A$AP Ferg show at the Knockdown Center last night. Though a a cool space, the Knockdown Center has terrible sound Continue reading “M.I.A. with A$AP Ferg at the Knockdown Center (concert photos + full set list)”
Saw this ad in the subway – geeked to check out the Art Spiegelman exhibit at the Jewish Museum… November 16, 2013 at 12:17PM http://instagram.com/p/gyeKbkNrIK/
Colorful backboard, colorful autumn in the East Village… November 15, 2013 at 12:42PM http://instagram.com/p/gv8Qw_NrJf/
— Stuart Leung (@steuwart) November 10, 2013
If you’re looking to bring in all your social activity onto your WordPress blog, look no further than IFTTT. Continue reading “Forget WordPress Plugins, Use IFTTT for Tweets, Instragram, Facebook, Etc.”
I haven’t seen Pearl Jam live in over 10 years. Was grateful I was able to catch them when they came to Brooklyn. PJ played a 35-song set which included Hail Hail, Leaving Here, State of Love and Trust, In Hiding, Given to Fly, Last Exit, Porch, Black, and “The Star-Spangled Banner” closed the show.
Next time around, maybe in ten more years, I’ll see them perform Corduroy, Dissident, Not For You, I Got ID, Man of the Hour, and Brain of J… Jesus, they got a lot of songs…
Without the right perspective, it’s difficult to tell just how large this crab was. Let me assure you, it was huge. Go to Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant in Flushing to see for yourself. If you dare…
The aquarium is about 2 feet tall if that helps. No, really, that crab was HUGE! Huge, I say!
My current dim sum obsession is the fried taro puff dumplings, or wu gok (Cantonese). These little delicious suckers look like baby puffer fish that were stuffed with seasoned minced pork and deep fried for my gorging pleasure.
It’s a little concerning that there’s a horde of zombies locked behind a gated hair salon across the street from me. The East Village is one overzealous, drunk, curious NYU student away from the zombie apocalypse.
I mean, what if they’re not kidding around (that would be COOL!). In any case, I have my Zombie Survival Guide handy.