Postmodern Jukebox Performs the Song ‘Anaconda’ by Nicki Minaj as a Vintage Bluegrass Hoedown

Pop music cover band Postmodern Jukebox (see previously) and vocalist Robyn Adele Anderson recently performed a vintage bluegrass hoedown version of the 2014 song “Anaconda” by rapper, singer, and actress Nicki Minaj. The song is currently available to purchase online from iTunes.

The original music video for “Problem” for the sake of comparison:

Microsoft Announces Windows 10, Their Latest Operating System, At an Event in San Franciso

Windows 10

Microsoft announced their latest operating system, Windows 10, at an event in San Francisco on September 30th, 2014. It is the first major Windows release since Windows 8 debuted in 2012. The new operating system will introduce new features as well as bring back features that were left out of Windows 8 like the Start Menu and the ability to run an application without it being full-screen.

The Windows 10 Technical Preview is available now for developers, but a public release date for the official version of Windows 10 has not been set.

The company released a short preview video with Windows Vice President Joe Belfiore discussing some of the features of the Windows 10 Technical Preview. There is also a longer video of the official Windows 10 product announcement event that gets more in-depth with the features of the Windows 10 operating system.

multiple desktops windows in windows start menu

images via Microsoft

An Art Print by Pop Chart Lab Featuring Many of the Wondrous Water Towers Found in New York City

The Wondrous Water Towers of New York City

The Wondrous Water Towers of New York City” is an art print by Pop Chart Lab featuring a “curated selection of New York City’s best rooftop darlings.” Signed and numbered prints are available to purchase online.

This visual compendium arrays a curated selection of the city skyline’s unsung signatures: its wondrous water towers. From the rainbow-tiled tower in DUMBO to the twin-tank setup in Midtown East to the lime-tinged filtration-point in Richmond Hill, Queens, over two dozen industrial artifacts have been richly hand-illustrated here, highlighting the heterogeneity of these high-rising hydro-structures. (Fun fact: Though many of these towers may look like antiques, this time-tested technology has yet to be topped, and still provides precious H20 to most buildings in the city six stories or taller.)

The Wondrous Water Towers of New York City

images via Pop Chart Lab

submitted via Laughing Squid Tips