Frrrrriday Rrrrroundup! #07

tiny toy cowboy figure with lasso

An end-of-weekly roundup collecting fffffive of the fffffantabulous things I find stumbling around the web during the week here, but which I post on one of the many other Internet outlets I stop by (or tweet at) during my travels. More about the genesis here.

Aaron Sorkin's response to the Can-Gays-Play-Straight kerfluffle kicked off by a Newsweek piece (penned by a gay!) is full of quote-worthy bits, but the whole of it is simply breathtaking. [Tumbled, via Keith Johnson on Facebook]

Music lovers are (rightly) sad that Lala is going away, but there is a new reason to rejoice: stereomood is almost as much fun, with a much prettier interface and a pick-your-mood playlist assortment that so far is right on the money. [delicious-ed]

It was indie publication week, all right. I opened my mailbox to find two gloriously offbeat self-produced books, a brand-new real-life magazine created out of whole cloth in 48 hours, and a really sweet looking photography how-to book...AND my friend Emma and her pals put out this delicious online mag called, well, Delish. [Stumbled]

If this video of a bus driver getting the surprise of his life doesn't make you at least smile, you may not be human. And if you're anything like me, have Kleenex handy. [Facebook-ed, via lonelysandwich]

Sometimes you go on Flickr for one thing and end up falling in love with your adoptive city all over again. [Flickr-faved]


Image by williac via Flickr, used under a Creative Commons license.