September 10, 2010
Alan Moore recently gave a very long interview to Adi Tantimedh in which he discussed not wanting the Watchmen rights back, clarifying why he turned them down.
They may be making loads of money, but even the wealthiest celebs can make time for some cheap wholesome grub.
Cheat your way to having the best Easter eggs in your neighborhood. The other kids won't know what hit them.
Shouldn’t you be encouraging your kid’s dreams? Not according to Joseph Smets, who takes a more realistic approach to teaching kids to make more practical choices in life. When did practical ever get anyone anywhere?
A synth-heavy tribute to the hipster dickheads of East London and the rest of the world.
School's back in! And I’m feeling a little bit nostalgic. Remember all of those fun things you used to do during gym? Those days may be long gone, but we can still look back and reminisce.
F**ck Cancer, a non-profit foundation, has launched a month-long campaign called F-tember. The campaign raises awareness by asking folks to donate their Facebook and Twitter statuses to the cause. Fighting cancer with social media...way to go!
Score one for social media! According to new data from researchers at comScore Inc., Web surfers are spending more time socializing on Facebook than searching with Google. Looks like Google's gotta get its groove back!
Yesterday we were left wondering what was next for The New York Times. Today, the Times announced that it's developing a personalized, social news service called News.me. It looks like print media just became one step closer to extinction.
Are upskirt photos the new cry for help?
Anything can happen. Expect in the wild world of "sports."
Playboy has released 7 new pictures from Kim Kardashian's famous 2007 pictorial.
The U.S. appeals court lifted the ban on stem cell research. Clearly, they have something in mind. The question is, what are we in for next? Cloned sheep or genetically altered children?
Does the carpet match her furry hat, or is it shaved?