I save things in my pocket all week long and look forward to sharing the highlights and best of the web with you every Friday!
Pocket enables users to save something they find online for later. I find it especially handy as a Google Chrome extension — I only have to click a button to immediately save something to my pocket. Once something is saved, the content is visible on any device — phone, tablet, computer, and even offline.
- The apocalypse is HILARIOUS! I have been helping a friend with his movie’s trailer premiere. It is amazing how funny a simple teaser can be in less than 90 seconds in the hands of good filmmakers. Take a look at the coverage over at “The Mary Sue” or just have a look here:
- I had a fun night out in Hollywood Wednesday when I went with a friend to see one of my all-time favorite movies, ‘Newsies,’ at the El Capitan Theatre WITH THE ORIGINAL CAST. As luck would have it, they were sitting in the row right in front of us, which was delightful. Afterward, the national touring company of the musical came out and surprised the theater by performing two numbers from the show. It was an incredible event.
- It was a good night for people watching, too. Jesus was sitting out on the street playing Red Hot Chili Peppers covers and I spotted Tinkerbell chatting up a taxi. (Frankly, I think she should fly but whatever. Her life.)
- I was also doing some light window shopping. I was impressed how well Disney created the stepmother doll in Cate Blanchett’s likeness and how they utterly failed representing Helena Bonham Carter.
- “15 Things Ambitious Girls Do a Little Bit Differently When They’re Dating” from Thought Catalog. It is SPOT. ON.
- “Four Things to Consider Before You Get a PR Team” – so simple and well said from Entrepreneur.
- A terrific new Tumblr called “Not Getting the Job” that is essentially job applicant FAILS. I laugh at every single one. How sad that so many are familiar to me….
- Yesterday, I had three pretty rowdy co-workers. Kona, Cody and Lucy. They don’t get a lot done around the office but I believe they really contribute to the flow of creativity!