O que acontece no universo -ist

Semanalmente, os blogs da rede Gothamist LLC fazem um resumo dos posts mais interessantes espalhados pelas cidades.

This has been a rough week for your -ist pals, though you wouldn’t know it from the great posts all over the network. Plagued with server problems, our tech team (led by the great Neil Epstein) toiled around the clock to solve the glitches as they arose. Seriously, we’ve said, typed, and thought the phrase “server problems” more in the past week than we have for the last 35 years combined. Why not say it a few more times, just for fun? For example, SFist is sure the San Francisco Chronicle wishes they could blame server problems for this error. But this San Francisco man that appeared on “The Daily Show” is, sadly, no glitch in the system.

It’s going to take more than server problems to get Torontoist into hot pants — and if the short short post wasn’t enough to cause us some server problems of our own, how about those eye gazing parties? It’s enough to make them contemplate joining the EU.

Our friends at Phillyist are having server problems in places where the sun don’t shine, caused perhaps by the great Thai food they ate last week. Well, when you’re having server problems of the stinky kind, perhaps it’s for the best that you stick to phone sex.

We thought about asking Gothamist if this building collapse had our server inside it (thus explaining the server problems, you see) , but then we found out the collapse was part of marriage gone wrong. New York’s new lacrosse team needs a name, might we recommend “The Server Problems”? Screw lacrosse, we’re playing bocce. Or maybe we’ll forgo the sports all together and hit Movable Hype 9.0. But how will we get there when server, we mean, traffic problems go unchecked?

Over at Miamist, they debate the benefits of server problem-free Starbucks, over local joints. They also look into crashes of a nonserver problem nature, and a court TV show shot on their beaches.

It’s no server problem when Austinist’s local boys The Mercers get love from Esquire. MySpace is also no stranger to server problems but that’s not what has Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott pissed at them. Greg, have a crack cookie.

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Seattlest found a great way around the server problems, as they took it live with their inaugural trivia night. Perhaps author and radio personality John Moe will be an answer at next week’s competition? But if you drive there, better not piss off Keith Gormezano, or server problems like you never imagined might rain down on your poor little car.

Bostonist would like to send some some server problems toward rejoicing gay marriage opponents. Sigh. Bostonist seems pretty good at bartering, so maybe they can trade some of those anti-marriage busybodies for some problem-free servers.

How we regret the server problems in the language section of our brain that keep us from learning Portuguese! We’d love to read Sampaist, but will have to settle for the visual. This week we see an advertisement from 1974 talking about the inauguration of the subway in São Paulo. The funny thing about this video is that it is totally nonsense. They mixed the subway with a carnival parade and a party inside the subway car. Our pals down south also posted this music video released by the band Cansei de Ser Sexy (Tired of Being Sexy). Scroll down for the English portion of this post.

Houstonist refuses to butter up nemesis Ken Lay, who had his official send off to that server problem down below last week. (Jesus wept.)

Shanghaiist causes us the enviable server problem of “too many awesome social options”, as they rock our world with Octopus 2, and encourage us to fag hag it up. Then there’s DJ Jazzy Jeff to see. Whatever we do in Shanghaii, we’re bringing this guy. But not her.

Links compiled by SFist Eve “No Server Problems Here, Baby” Batey



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