Starting… now! Good work, body.
Starting… now! Good work, body.
Ana Oliveira takes portraits depicting the same person at the same place after a long period of time. These are really cool.
“Hayyy” - Babies.
A quiz for those of us who can’t wait an average of ten years to find out… Also, this is essentially a game of M.A.S.H.
I’m putting WHAT on my face?
Don’t get me wrong — abbreviations are THE BEST, but sometimes they make us forget things that are even more awesome. Like, why would anyone ever want to stop saying “cabriolet”?
The “Style & Design” issue is here, and Fey’s cover shoot is just amazing.
President Obama won this year, but women like teen activist Malala Yousafzai and Yahoo CEO Marisa Mayer were shortlisted for the title.
Not much has changed since 1968.
Time’s latest edition features a gallery of glossy portraits of politicians who are destined to be very “influential” in the next four years. Oh, hello, Condi Rice and Rahm Emanuel!
It’s hard to believe this thing is finally wrapping up. A look back at the campaign’s most memorable magazine covers.
To celebrate the legendary actor’s birthday, LIFE published never before seen photos of Dustin when he was just 31-years-old and still up and coming in Hollywood.
That Time cover is hardly the first to shock people with the image of a child suckling at the teet of a full-grown woman. Here are eight more famous photos of just that.
Managing editor Rick Stengel called the now-infamous cover “whimsical” on Morning Joe today. That word does not mean what he thinks it means.
Next week’s Time cover features a mom proudly breastfeeding her three-year-old. Hope the magazine is planning on paying this kid’s therapy bills.
Everyone’s talking about who’s on “Time” magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people. But what the other famous people they got to write about them have to say is just as fascinating.
Cripple fight! No, but seriously, retired Canadian Football septuagenarians Joe Kapp and Angelo Mosca got into a scuffle at an otherwise pleasant alumni meetup on Friday. Perhaps things turned sour when Mosca suggested that Kapp “stick it up [his] ass?” (via gawker.com)
Happy 71st birthday, Raquel Welch! I respect Raquel Welch for a number of reasons. Mostly, because she’s been on the cover of every magazine from Playboy to Cigar Aficionado - but partly because of her cameo in Naked Gun 33⅓. View List ›
Cannot be unseen. There’s some debate as to whether the king is bearded or has boobs. It’s in the eye of the beholder. View Image ›
It’s almost 11:11 on 1/11/11. This is a great chance make a wish, so make it count! For those of you who’d rather wait until 11/11/11… that’s fine. More wishes for the rest of us! View List ›
Time.com polled its readers today asking them who they’d like to see take over as leader of North Korea in a decidedly North Korean fashion. The results page is even rigged to ensure that Kim Jong Un (who’s actually not favored in the poll) comes out on top. View List ›
I whole heartedly agree with this. Uncle Fester is pretty lame. View Image ›
A puzzle platformer in which you need to phase between different layers to beat the level. Just be careful not to phase into a solid layer. View Media ›
Time and time again I see the discussion about free content, free services, free products, and how they’re going to liberate/destroy/change the current economy, especially when it comes to the Internet. Often, one important point is neglected. When it comes to free, it’s not the price that’s crucial.