You have so much to listen to today, and yet you can still find time to go to NPR and listen to First Listen to discover artists that used to be Gasoline station ladies, High-Octane Wall Street accountants and structural engineers in a Coca Cola Powerplant in the Philippines. You can all do this in almost as fast as you can judge a Justin Bieber song because of the power of digital zones of the internet. These digital zones comes in different form: infographics, video games, surf bases, the underground internet accessible by TOR and video database sites that can share Bisaya Short Film remakes of Fellini, Scorsese, P.T. Anderson and David O Russell movies. Perhaps you can also learn stuff about cars and then use the collected data to make your own versions of those pulp fiction movies with stellar cars that right now you can do nothing with in terms of interactivity but just by staring at them. Sad, right?
You can’t allowed to be sad in a world where for every currency of clicks and likes have a great per capita value of entertainment patched upon it and almost even without your consent and wanting. One example of a digital value that you can enjoy a lot is video games. Perhaps Grand Theft Auto is one of the best examples of those videos that really give you the punch. Well, now, you can get more punch from your Grand Theft Auto obsession by being a trivia nerd and reading all the counterpart cars of Grand Theft Auto through this infographic, an infographic that is safe to say to be considered an essential tool to ultimate cooldom.