The sordid tale of the inquisitive ghost that plagued me for almost a fortnight at the office, and how I finally freed myself from her torment.
Astrology has been openly mocked as one of the clearest examples of the Forer Effect, where vague and equivocating statements are viewed as personally relevant to its biggest fans. But in an age where astronomers have peered into the heavens to observe the formative moments of the universe and quantum physicists delve into the building blocks of matter itself, isn’t it time we took a closer look at the often maligned field of astrology?
South Park veteran Vernon Chatman recently published Mindsploitation, a book comprised of ridiculous fake essay assignments to homework cheating websites and the resulting essays.
Shark Week is coming. And Discovery’s welcoming the weekly festivities with live streaming shark feedings from the Georgia Aquarium.
Authors suffer for their craft…ask them yourself, and they’ll be more than happy to tell you about their trials and tribulations. “Hey Author” helps put things in perspective with words of sympathy and support.
Fan-made Harry Potter web series launches a Kickstarter campaign to bring the Wizarding World to NYC. Hopefully the team doesn’t get splinched in the process.
Glove and Boots recently won a Shorty Award for best videoblogger, and celebrated by sledding down a Wyoming mountain in a porta potty. Watch the viral videos that earned these two puppets a place in our hearts.
Elmo is training for the London 2012 Olympics, and you can follow along at home. More proof that the folks at the Sesame Workshop have the coolest jobs on Earth.
Taking the concept of location tagging literally.
Jane Austen’s classic novel as a vlog? The Lizzie Bennet Diaries adds its own irreverent spin to Pride and Prejudice.
Now this magazine knows how to pack a punch with its ledes.
The “Auror’s Tale” is a new Harry Potter-themed web series set to come out this summer, unless it gets Inspector Spacetime‘d.