From Cyrus to Syria.
From Cyrus to Syria.
If she wins 2013 will officially be the year of the twerk.
There may be a reason why Americans don’t know very much about international news. The U.S. editions of Time magazine are often a little…different from the ones that go out to the rest of the world.
Us vs. them
One of Time’s two new cover photos declaring “gay marriage already won” looks like a wedding kiss. The other looks more like a makeout session.
A look back at the last 25 years of TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year.
Since 1927, many surprising, controversial, awful, and awesome figures have graced the year-end covers of Time magazine.
President Obama won this year, but women like teen activist Malala Yousafzai and Yahoo CEO Marisa Mayer were shortlisted for the title.
He’s “protecting the game he loves.” Oh, so that’s what he’s been doing.
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!
You’ve seen the Time Magazine cover from this week. Behold, a cover from the near future.
Aram, the three-year-old kid seen breastfeeding on the cover of TIME magazine this week, made his daytime television debut this morning on the “Today” show. He seemed pissed about it.
The Time list of 2012’s 100 Most Influential People omitted any black athletes and praised Jeremy Lin for his lack of “bling.” What’s going on here?
Howard Stern wrote a nice love letter in honor of the Today Show iron man nabbing a spot on Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World list. Stern even included the fact that Matt’s wife Annette is his preferred third party in a fantasy ménage à trois. How sweet! (via time.com)
TIME Magazine just listed Gisele the ad the most influential modeling fashion icon of all time. Apologies to Kate Moss, Iman, Cindy Crawford, and the rest: THIS is why Gisele was ranked #1. [NSFW]
What a difference a month makes. (via TIME)
This is a pretty telling difference if ever there was one. I don’t know whether I should be annoyed with Time Magazine for being so cynical as to think that Americans wouldn’t be interested in the international cover story, or if I should be annoyed with Americans for giving Time reason to be cynical. (via twitter.com)
TIME magazine has named their 2010 person of the year, and as usual, it’s pretty controversial. Some people are probably going to be pretty shocked by this one, but in many ways, it was inevitable. Read More ›
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has officially become the second youngest person ever to be named Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year. Zuck beat out both the Tea Party and Julian Assange to claim this year’s spot. Well deserving! View Image ›
See, the joke is that TIME is, in reality, meant for adults. But also they use a lot of bright colors, big pictures, large font sizes, and easy-to-read charts. Don’t worry, though, because print media is on its way out anyway. View Media ›
Note: Poll results are not scientific and reflect the opinions of only those users who chose to participate. Poll results are not reflected in real time. View Image ›
In this video essay for Time Magazine, Ze attempts to sort through all the confusing health care reform information. At least for now, we’ve got our health… sort of. Read More ›
Those smug bastards over at Time magazine have drawn up a list of the ten major newspapers most likely to go under or go digital very soon. Topping the list is the Philadelphia Daily News, which nobody reads anyway (I’m from Philly), but some non-second-rate papers included on the list are the Chicago Sun-Times and the Boston Globe, which is reportedly losing $1 million each week.
The World Press awarded its Photo of the Year award to Time magazine’s Anthony Suau, whose photo essay shows the casing of a foreclosed home in Cleveland, Ohio. View Image ›
Time’s Person of the Year for 2008 is Barack Obama. Raise your hand if you’re surprised. View Image ›
Time gives thumbs up to 10 inventions from the past year. The top spot goes to the Peek, which should leave many scratching their heads.
There have been so many layoff at major companies and start-ups alike in the last few weeks that we’re losing track — help us build a list. I know, I know: Depressing. But knowing is half the battle, right? Add any other layoffs you know of to the list below, and include the date. Read More ›