What’s on at Flavorpill: Links that Made the Rounds in Our Office

Today at Flavorpill, we furthered our geeky obsession with typography thanks to this sexually-suggestive font and a website that’s dedicated to the typographical artifacts of New York. We checked out a gallery of social networking anonymity and decided that our favorite default images are on Famegame.com and Talking Points Memo. We felt guilty laughing at hipsters slipping on ice. We spied Lady Gaga wearing granny panties on the cover of April’s Cosmo. Could this launch a new trend? We wanted to permanently table the term “vajazzled.” We were jealous of Louie Sulcer, the man who won the $10,000 iTunes giftcard when he downloaded their 10 billionth song — Johnny Cash’s “Guess Things Happen That Way.” We thought John Grisham’s new children’s book series sounded kind of cool. We looked at the 19th century version of the street that our office building is on. And, finally, we learned the origin of the name iPad — a vintage episode of Felicity. Who would have thought that Steve Jobs was a fan?