Stephen Colbert’s lengthy profile in the New York Times Magazine continues to draw interest from the faith community, as his Catholic faith and family life are given spotlight treatment. [Get Religion]
Polaroid cameras are back! Partnering with the photography company Impossible, the two will release new products throughout the year. [Photojojo]
James Franco writes, directs, and stars in the new film The Broken Tower, which released online yesterday. The film is a biopic of Hart Crane, an American writer, structured around his poem The Brooklyn Bridge. See trailer below. [Slate]
On the Bro’d – a retelling of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road for bros – will be turned into a book later this year. See the remix-blog that started it all here.
Redesigning classic album covers is a fun theme in the blogosphere. Some are recreated with kittens, some with Legos, some even remove dead band members. The latest blog to make its rounds is clip art covers. [Paste]
As the Mayan Apocalypse approaches, Parks and Recreation stars Ron and Andy (Nick Offerman and Chris Pratt) give a twelve-step illustrated guide for end-of-the-world survival. [GQ]
This spoof ad for Adobe Photoshop takes a poignant look at beauty and advertising. [Have You Seen This?]
Eleven cakes that are probably delicious, but look nothing like cake. [Mental Floss]
The Toronto Raptors are the first NBA team to use 3D graphics on the basketball court. The paint used for court logos become visible through television. [GOOD]
A historical look at why you shouldn’t use two spaces after a period – turns out the culprit of improper style began with the typewriter. [Slate]
IFC’s quirk comedy Portlandia just began its second season. Join the Fred and Carrie bandwagon with this clip from season 2, episode 2, on Battlestar Galactica. [For more see Paste]
Joshua Witchger is an editorial web assistant for Sojourners. Follow Joshua on his blog, Hail Fellow, Well Met.