McSweeney's Guide to 'Screen-Layering'

You ruin a joke by explaining it, so I will just point you to McSweeney's most excellent "Guide to Screen-Layering in the New Screen-Profuse Environment." Funny guy, that Beau Golwitzer.

Step 5. For maximum content enjoyment, arrange the smaller laptop in front of the larger laptop and then arrange yourself on a seat in front of these two computers and with your cell phone and e-reader hanging from the bill of your cap. You are receiving mucho content, friend. Also, don't forget about your watch. Right now there is a particularly funny video playing on it. The video is of a chubby kid screaming. It is hilarious.

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