In stark contrast to this sentimental tale of babysitting and songful Nazi resistance, the A.V. Club has posted a list of brilliant television episodes to stream — and then never watch again. These harrowing episodes, like Six Feet Under‘s “That’s My Dog” or Breaking Bad‘s “Ozymandias,” proved their respective series weren’t afraid of tackling psychologically difficult extremes.
Speaking of subjects that are hard to stomach: when technology becomes a little too intimate with the human body, we tend, naturally, to question and be unsettled by it. So the following news may not sit well with you, despite the fact that it’s supposed to help you chart exactly what is and isn’t sitting well: The Daily Dot reports that there’s now an app which connects to a wearable called “D Free,” which then reads the goings-on of your intestines and counts down the amount of time until you need to poop. In higher-brow, but perhaps less practical tech news, a group of artists has harnessed the abilities of 50 3D printers to create a sea of 7,000 words pulled from Gabriel García Márquez’s works.
Now go, but before setting out on the long, “mountain-climbing,” “stream-fording,” “rainbow-following” journey that is the rest of your life, do make sure to set your D Free.