At Click we spend some time on the interwebs. In between adorable baby pigs dressed as tigers and trolling gamer forums, we make a note of the REALLY good stuff.  Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle.  Here are the best/most relevant from this week.

First up, we don’t know if you need to, but here’s how to stage a Pintervention

Getting serious for a second, the Hollywood Reporter has info that validates our social media existence

There were a number of great trailers released this week.  Our favorite has to be Monsters University 

Finally, we tend to shy away from any sort of call to actions here, but a lot has been said about Pixar’s Brave which opens this weekend.

Things like it’s the “first real creative stumble since 1998’s A Bug’s Life“ or “parents will be disappointed if they’re hoping for another Pixar groundbreaker .”  We think the Mary Sue hits the nail on the head about why some critics aren’t connecting with this Pixar film.  ”Brave is not just a film with gendered characters, but a plot about the gender of its characters.”

It is a GREAT film, with complete, complex females at the center.  If you are in any way concerned with gender inequality on screen, share your voice by spending your cash this weekend.  Activism aside, you’ll be rewarded with a film that is fresh, funny, and wondrous to watch.

Have a great Friday!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. This week we offer you awesome finds like an Alien vs. Predator wedding cake, a vacuum backpack, and words of wisdom from our TV Dads.

-If you loved last week’s Wreck-It Ralph trailer, then we suggest you try your hand at the online version of “Fix-It Felix.”

-This vacuum backpack with suction gloves lets you climb up any wall. We want one!

-Don’t know what to get your geek Dad for Father’s Day? Check out these 10 gift ideas from Mashable.

-Nothing says geek love quite like an Alien vs. Predator wedding cake.

-If you find yourself stuck in one of life’s dilemmas, don’t fret, simply ask yourself – What Would Ron Say?

-To those of you with kiddos. Check out this wonderful read on the positive impact of the parent-recommended animated TV series “Doc McStuffins.”

-WordPress and Facebook officially tied the knot.

-Apple introduced iOS 6 this week. Take a look at some of the new capabilities coming this Fall.

-These business cards are the coolest!

-Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” gets memed.

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen: In the spirit of Father’s Day, enjoy some words of wisdom from Michael Bluth, Homer Simpson, and other famous TV Dads.

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. This week we take a look at some of the gems of E3, awesome innovations shaping your future, and the adorable Wreck-It Ralph trailer that has us nostalgic for 8-bit!

-If Euphegenia Doubtfire ever made your “Spidey senses” tingle, but you couldn’t quite pinpoint why. Watch this.

-A fascinating piece on 32 innovations that will change your tomorrow.

-Complex.com brings you the 100 greatest memes of all time.

-The new Wreck-It Ralph trailer looks amazing!

-Nerds + tattoos = AWESOME

-A wonderful piece on the work and influence of fiction writer, Ray Bradbury.

-Fans of the HBO series “Girls”, if you’re bummed about the first season coming to an end. Keep in mind that you can always beat the off-season blues with these clever paper dolls.

-Just say no to vertical videos!

-The Fall of Pinterest? Pshh. Yeah right. Not with the Women of Pinterest like Haley Lierman protecting its walls.

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen: Mr. Rogers reminds us that “it’s good to be curious.”

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. This week we see classic heroes and villains photobombing history, more evidence of the gamechanging shifts in modern entertainment, and a Click founder dropping some serious knowledge!

-We’d like to thank photographer Aran Harahap for brilliantly photo-bombing these historic photos with super heroes & villains. So necessary.

-At the same time, we would like to thank our friend Stuart for creating this mashup. Or should we say “Smash-up”?

Hulk Broadway SMASH!

-Click’s own Scott Neumyer takes a look at how Kickstarter can change the video game industry.

-Speaking of Kickstarter, two PhD students are utilizing the site to help launch their product “The MaKey MaKey”, which turns everyday objects into touch pads.

-10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV episodes that changed television.

-The times, they are a-changin’! Students now cite Youtube, Google, & Wikipedia the most.

-The new Le Mis trailer looks awesome!

-Dinah dishes on what it takes to run a successful home-based business, and more!

-The ladies of Click MAY or may not be counting down the days until June 29th.

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen: Ain’t love grand?

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. Here are our favorites this week:

-In celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the release of “Star Wars”, mashable.com brings you 15 funniest “Star Wars” twitter parody accounts.

-And just for good measure, here are the movie posters from all of the episodes.

-Hey John Hughes fans, this actually happened.

-KFWB 980 conducted an interview with Partner, Dinah McLean! Take a listen as Dinah discusses running a home-based business.

-Andre 3000 to play Jimi Hendrix in an upcoming biopic. Sweet!

-If you’re a fan of ‘Dean Pelton’s’ cosplay-loving ways in “Community”, then you’ll love this poster created by cartoonist Dennis Culver.

-This week, our very own Scott Neumyer spoke with the fine folks at Mondo about their genius work and upcoming projects.

-Looking back, retro Disneyland character costumers were awfully creepy.

-Take a look at these classic movies, side by side with their “Simpsons” parodies.

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen: Today marks Geek Pride Day AND Towel Day, combined for your pleasure into 24 hours of geeky goodness! Enjoy!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-Approaching the subject of drugs, predators, and other important issues with your kids can prove to be a challenge. Thank goodness for the guidance that comes in the form of “very special” TV episodes.

-A virus that creates electricity. The future is cool.

-For those of you attending Comic-Con this year, be sure to put your zombie apocalypse skills to the test.

-With Battleship hitting theaters today, Screencrush.com was inspired to make fake movie posters based on popular board games.

-Speaking of Battleship, you can now simulate a Battleship-style attack on the location of your choice. Rad!

-What do the background characters in video games think about?

-Oh, Mark Zuckerberg, you and that sense of humor of yours.

-15 things you didn’t know about “Game of Thrones”.

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen: These vinyl stunts took 18 hours and more than 400 records! (*Note, no records were injured during the making of this video)

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-35 reasons to improve your skills in Photoshop.

-Nicktoon Avengers Assemble!…and don’t forget to treat yourself to some shawarma at Stark’s Shawarma Shack.

-Listen up! 100 pieces of advice from movies.

-A downloadable Hall of Heroes font. So cool!

-This guy hand-forged his own wedding ring…out of a meteorite. NBD.

-We’d like to thank the folks responsible for adding monsters to these landscape paintings.

-”It is a blessing to get old. It is a blessing to find the time to do the things, to read the books, to listen to the music…I have nothing now but praise for my life.” Thanks for everything, Maurice Sendak. Read more of his feel-good quotes here.

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen:
High fives, hugs, and heartfelt thanks to all of the real superheroes out there…Moms.

Happy Friday, and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

- This week, we here at Click are celebrating our fifth anniversary. Check out our blog posts: Five Year Flashback and Top 5 Clickster Countdown.

- Have you already seen The Avengers five times and you’re still craving your superhero fix? Check out this awesome font.

- Standing tall on the wings of my dreams!

- The month of May is going to rule.

- Today is Star Wars Day. May the Fourth Be With You!

-And, finally, Your Weekend Moment of Zen:

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-It’s more than handsome. It’s mansome.

-We agree, Jen Yamato, you really don’t need a good reason to post videos of Spider-Man bustin’ a move.

-Look out Dropbox, Google Drive is live.

-Do you think texting should be allowed in movie theaters? Yeah, we don’t either.

-With the release of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, Christmas just can’t come soon enough. Here are some of the first images from the film, as well as the trailer below.

-Do yourself a favor. Google “zerg rush”. You’re welcome.

-If Darth Vader was a good Dad.

-Stephen Colbert and Julie Andrews ‘accentuate the positive’ in this weeks segment of “Grim Colberty Tales”. Brilliant.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen: Get addicted to roller skating, not crack!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!


Every day the staff here at Click are finding and sharing links they find interesting. Some are industry relevant, some are just good for a chuckle. We’ve decided to collect a handful of them to share.

-Oh, Michael Fassbender, what can’t you do?

- “Arrested Development” is releasing its entire fourth season in one day. We’ll probably be “sick”…or…”washing our hair,” that day.

-Mondo released two of their Avenger movie poster series, and boy, are they a vision.

-Speaking of movie posters, these interactive Moonrise Kingdom posters have us counting the days until May 25th.

-A fantastic write up on how to effectively maximize the utilization of social networks.

-Horror fans. Our very own, Scott Neumyer had a fireside chat with Ti West. Be sure to check out part two on Monday!

-High school in hyperdrive?

-Want to be fascinated and disturbed all at the same time?

-The news of the passing of our beloved TV, pop culture, and music influence, Dick Clark was a blow to us all. The internet has been abuzz, as many remember his life.

-And finally, your Weekend Moment of Zen: 33 reasons to never disappoint an animal.

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!