August 2, 2012
This has to be a labor violation of some sort. It's easy to understand how tech company music videos happen, and I'm not saying they can't exist — in the exact right context, among friends, I'm sure they're all really funny, in a last-day-at-summer-camp sort of way. But there must be rules.
I found Pritch harnessed to a fence in 90 degree weather. Now he spends his free time on my shoulder.
An already devastating book review
pivots turns into a condemnation of an entire intellectual movement: "Today TED is an insatiable kingpin of international meme launderingâ€”a place where ideas, regardless of their quality, go to seek celebrity, to live in the form of videos, tweets, and now e-books."
The nerd-heavy annual convention in the Nevada desert sold out so quickly that organizers had to hold a lottery to sell passes. So Burners are EXTRA intense about going this year.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid charged that Romney hasn't paid taxes in 10 years. Here's some more random stuff Romney hasn't proven false.
Presenting the "Unity" dress. Who knew upcycling had made its way into haute couture?
Congressman Paul Ryan was recently selected Mitt Romney's running mate. Ryan's past criticism of Romney's health care plan could come back haunt Ryan on trail, saying he didn't like his running mate's health care plan in 2010.
In a letter being circulated today, 23 state party leaders demand that top party figures allow Paul supporters to go to Tampa. Allegations of "a deal by Mitt Romney's campaign."
Every summer, without fail. Also, Jerry Springer takes on the bronies and the New Zealand held a really weird beauty contest.
Scroll through the blue-yellow wreckage for the last time; click that thumb once more; leave your ultimate comment ("OLD!!!"); and most importantly, Digg, Digg and Digg until you are done and Dugg. Then move on to better things. (via Joe Moreno)
D'awwww, they all look so happy. Rodolfo Loaiza gives some iconic Disney characters an orientation make-over.
Mitt Romney has been mocked for suggesting he could have got an "E" letter grade. But according to a copy of his freshman year report card -- dug up by the Boston Globe in 2007 -- he could in fact have gotten an "E" letter grade.
GOP Rep. Darrell Issa has taken the Obama administration to task for allegedly using private emails to avoid disclosure. In 2007, however, Issa, now Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, defended the Bush administration at a committee hearing for using private email addresses.
No one will know they're not from somewhere like West Elm.
What is Tim Draper, mildly famous for wearing a Captain America costume on the cover of a magazine, doing with $15.5 million of property in downtown San Mateo? Building a school for entrepreneurs. I mean, heroes.
Shot by Academy Award-winning director Errol Morris. Real sports fans don't let death stop them from rooting.
All the protestations in the world can't compete with photographic evidence. Plus Miley Cyrus is topless again and Nicole Kidman's latest movie includes a really raunchy scene.
It's photos of cityscapes.
Make of that what you will.
President Obama and the White House have come under for fire for a report they used private email address and met at coffee houses with lobbyists to avoid disclosure. In 2008, the President Obama promised his White House would have transparency, accountability, and curb the the influence of lobbying by special interests in his official campaign literature.
Romney's VP-announcing app has hit the marketplace. Now it's only a matter of days before the candidate's choice of running mate becomes official.
Mitt Romney Hires Former Fannie Mae Lobbyist But Previously Attacked His Opponent For Being A Freddie Mac Lobbyist
Mitt Romney is expected to hire a former Fannie Mae lobbyist. But Romney previously attacked Newt Gingrich for his lobbying work at Fannie Mae's sister company Freddie Mac, calling him a "lobbyist" and a "influence peddler."
Michele Davis will join the Romney campaign to defend his reputation in the private sector. She brings her own baggage from Fannie Mae, and has been sympathetic to the Obama Administration.