Hank Green and Vi Hart on Being Weird

I found this month's old conversation while cleaning off my hard drive. I didn't remember it at all, and I thought it was awesome, so I wanted to share.

I completely forgot who is holding the Camera, but also included in the conversation is Mitchell Moffit of ASAPScience. This was filmed after-hours at a conference YouTube put together for people who make educational videos.

It's hard to hear in spots, but Vi does indeed say "I would /invent/ a dance floor" at one point.

The Simpsons: Writers Reunion with Conan O'Brien

Conan O'Brien has lengthy, uninterrupted conversations with interesting people on topics which fascinate him. In this special round table episode, "The Simpsons" scribes Al Jean, Mike Reiss, Jay Kogen, and Jeff Martin reunite with Conan for a rollicking 80-minute discussion about comedy, fatherhood, and the early days of the pioneering animated show.

From Serious Jibber-Jabber with Conan O'Brien.

Disney, Fanart, and Copyright

Post about Katie's design on my Tumblr: http://edwardspoonhands.com/post/47472718101/omgcolfer-edwardspoonhands-lizziekeiper

Studio Q: The Black Keys on Selling Out

Both halves of The Black Keys, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, talk about the flipsides of taking money for their music in this excerpt from their full interview in Studio Q.

Obsessives: Soda Pop

John Nese is the proprietor of Galcos Soda Pop Stop in LA. His father ran it as a grocery store, and when the time came for John to take charge, he decided to convert it into the ultimate soda-lovers destination. About 500 pops line the shelves, sourced lovingly by John from around the world. John has made it his mission to keep small soda-makers afloat and help them find their consumers. Galcos also acts as a distributor for restaurants and bars along the West Coast, spreading the gospel of soda made with cane sugar (no high-fructose corn syrup if John can avoid it).

Mr. W

Mr. W narrates his sad story about incomprehension.