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A guy at the Garbage show I attended brought an iPad. And held it up, practically non-stop. Please, NO ONE DO THIS EVER.
And: I put my phone away at live shows. Otherwise I can’t concentrate.
nprmusic:

Is it time to ban cellphones at concerts? Does it seem old-fashioned NOT to Tweet or Instagram during a show? Do you just wish twitpickers would just get out of the way?
Take our survey.

A guy at the Garbage show I attended brought an iPad. And held it up, practically non-stop. Please, NO ONE DO THIS EVER.

And: I put my phone away at live shows. Otherwise I can’t concentrate.

nprmusic:

Is it time to ban cellphones at concerts? Does it seem old-fashioned NOT to Tweet or Instagram during a show? Do you just wish twitpickers would just get out of the way?

Take our survey.

(via wnyc)

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When street artist My Dog Sighs finds litter scattered on the sidewalk, he takes advantage of the situation and turns it into artwork. The artist paints faces on all kinds of crushed cans, giving personality and character to each selected canvas. He says he is “drawn to novelty like a magnet, and loves reaching out to touch every person or thing that is fascinated with its newness.”

via My Modern Met.

When street artist My Dog Sighs finds litter scattered on the sidewalk, he takes advantage of the situation and turns it into artwork. The artist paints faces on all kinds of crushed cans, giving personality and character to each selected canvas. He says he is “drawn to novelty like a magnet, and loves reaching out to touch every person or thing that is fascinated with its newness.”

via My Modern Met.

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