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I use Digg. The redesign that happened a few years ago is great. I use their app and it's a good way to stay up with the most talked about and interesting news. For stuff that's more refined for my specific interests, I use Twitter.
To avoid legal problems you would need to take the path that Broforce took and slightly change the names/portray it as a parody. I would suggest "David Browie," but that doesn't fit Bowie's (magnificent) style at all.
Regardless, I think this is a brilliant idea, and now you MUST learn how to make video games in order to see this to fruition. Bowie requires it of you.
I have been listening to an excessive amount of Angel Olsen recently. It's the start of a new year so it's time to find the greatest things to come out of 2014, and the best album (objectively) of last year is Angel Olsen's Burn Your Fire for No Witness. Here's a live version of my favourite song off of the album:
Upon reading Meredith Graves' write-up of Cloud Castle Lake's Dandelion I fell madly in love. Here's "Sync" from their EP, which I've been listening to incessantly the last few days:
*Some other favourite albums of 2014 include Perfect Pussy's Say Yes to Love, St. Vincent's St. Vincent, Alt-J's This Is All Yours, Kithkin's Rituals, Trances & Ecstasies for Humans in Face of The Collapse, People Get Ready's Physiques, and others.
I got my iBasso DX50 through Massdrop. If I were less broke I would be using Massdrop a lot more, but I definitely like it. It's especially good if you want to know if the item is worth it. Commenters are quick to let everybody know if it's worth it, if there is someplace where it can be found cheaper, or whatever else you may need to know.
In my elementary school years we did have a storytelling curriculum. Towards the end of each school year all of the students would write and illustrate their own story for "Young Authors Day." Then, on Young Authors Day we had some activities having to do with storytelling and what we had come up with. We also had children's authors come to the school. The one that I remember most clearly was Bernard Waber author of Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile. I never particularly enjoyed what I came up with, but it was a good experience.
And now I've just found out that Bernard Waber passed away last year.
I really like Songza and their playlists. They have some great playlists catered for certain moods, such as one that I've been listening to recently, Hauntingly Beautiful. There are many more great playlists that are good to listen to when wanting something sad or depressed (as well as whatever other mood you may be in).