Am I the last person to find out about this? It turns out that you can download all the information in your Facebook profile via Facebook (you have to be logged in, obviously).
I wasn’t expecting this to work at all, but it does. If you want to keep an entire backup of your Instagram locally, go to Instaport and download all your photos with just a few clicks. You can even specify certain date ranges too if you want. Super easy and works like a charm.
This might be the best thing I’ve been sent all day. Here’s a link to the entire screenplay of Moonrise Kingdom. It’s a beautiful looking PDF with big pictures from the set paired with all of the lines from the movie. Best of all you can download the entire thing and view it in high-resolution.
Seeing this app and its website brings back memories. I used to use this a lot. Nowadays it seems so archaic but man back then it was revolutionary.
Jeannie Huang just posted this delightful 2013 mini calendar that is completely free to download and use! Each month comes fresh with newly illustrated goodness and the best part about it is that it won’t take up much room (they’re about the size of a large postcard). Check it out!
This is pretty genius and it’s the first time I’ve ever heard it done for a major theatrical release. But the director of Looper, Rian Johnson, has released a special in-theater commentary for free download to encourage 2nd viewings of the film in theaters. As he says on his blog, the commentary here will be […]