An Examined Digital Life

Where I post things that I find interesting

southfarthing:

champignons-and-zebras:

‘Because I can’t out-think or sort of out-perform Fry, all I can do is flirt with him which does make him go really… it’s like he just turns into a Jane Austen character, just these flashes of ‘Oh, stop it! No, don’t” - Phill Jupitus

I’m so happy

Too funny!

(Source: bonojour, via myunmediatedlife)

All novels are sequels; influence is bliss.

—from Michael Chabon’s essay “Fan Fictions: On Sherlock Holmes,” collected in his book Maps and Legends: Reading and Writing Along the Borderlands (via nympheline)

(via myunmediatedlife)

When you’re a kid, they tell you it’s all… grow up, get a job, get married, get a house, have a kid, and that’s it. But the truth is, the world is so much stranger than that. It’s so much darker. And so much madder. And so much better.

Doctor Who (Love and Monsters)

I need this framed on my wall.

(via owlett)

(Source: i-ve-lost-control-again, via myunmediatedlife)

myunmediatedlife:

Whomever made this gifset, thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. The best Modern Family episode EVER.

This was hilarious and smart.

In an oppressive system, the very act of speaking out against it IS ACTIVISM

feminishblog:

dearcissexism:

sourcedumal:

People blogging and finding others who are like minded and finding community?

THAT IS ACTIVISM

Because I guarantee that I’ve learned a whole lot simply by BLOGGING ON THE INTERNET.

I’ve found more resources to help me do what I need to do BY BLOGGING ON…

Yeah, I’ve heard it all - slacktivism, clicktivism… They try to tell you you’re doing nothing, so that you back off and actually start doing nothing. Because what you’re doing now - with the “clicking” and “slacking” - it spreads like wildfire, and it’s powerful. And they’re scared of that.