I have the weirdest hetero man-crush on Casey Neistat. This behind-the-scenes video of how he works reminds me a lot of Stanley Kubrick's Boxes, just how weirdly obsessive he becomes about every little thing. C.f. Neistat's organisation of little red boxes according to the relationship of contents of the box to the other boxes around it.
Last month, someone in the Netflix marketing department had an epiphany: House of Cards andCards Against Humanity both contain the word “cards.” When we got a phone call from Netflix, we enthusiastically agreed that the two products indeed contain the word “cards.”
You know how Cards Against Humanity works, right? It’s sort of like Apples to Apples. The black cards have sentences with blanks in them and the white cards have potential answers for those blanks. In the House of Cards set, the first black card says “I can’t believe Netflix is using to promote House of Cards.”
Netflix will not legally allow us how much to say they paid us for the House of Cards pack.
Interesting. I've been getting really spotty sleep for the last couple of months, and I've noticed that any time I'm much worse any time I think got bad sleep, even if my sleepcycle tells me otherwise.