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Snoop Dogg's smokable songbook, a Simpsons style guide, George Lois' damn good advice and more in our look at the web this week

For those who have been longing for a digital version of the classic wacky periodical, the time is now. This month MAD released their iPad application where users can buy digital versions. Following in line with other print pubs, it’s now easier than ever to take your comedy on the go.

I Will Never Change

Snoop Dogg's smokable songbook, a Simpsons style guide, George Lois' damn good advice and more in our look at the web this week

Benga’s new music video “I Will Never Change” features a real-life waveform created by Christopher Barrett and Luke Taylor of multidisciplinary studio Us. After calculating the number of records per second against the frame rate, the duo set about cutting 960 pieces of vinyl, a seven-day process that involved individually cutting each to a specific size, and then hand labeling and numbering them before adding …

Audio Jar

Snoop Dogg's smokable songbook, a Simpsons style guide, George Lois' damn good advice and more in our look at the web this week

A furniture design student at RISD, Sarah Pease simply followed the the instructions for David A. Mellis’ open source Fab Speakers—posted on MIT Media Lab’s High-Low Tech page—to create Audio Jars. In a style reminiscent of Joey Roth’s ceramic speakers, Pease cleverly rests classic jam jars on bases whittled from cork for a handsome portable speaker set.