August 23, 2012
Turns out they're cockroaches. Utinni!
The nine jurors in the massive Apple v. Samsung patent case have phenomenally tough job: "[T]he 20-page verdict form presents around 700 extremely specific questions, divided into 33 groups. These questions exhaustively cover everything at issue in the trial, down to exact, per-device dollar amounts Apple and Samsung might owe each other for copying various kinds of intellectual property."
"I'm thinking that even though we don't LIKE campaigns to get nasty, we in the south (TN) come to EXPECT it," a "team member" writes on the campaign Dashboard. The campaign removes the post after an inquiry.
You remind me of the babe. Plus, find out why "B" batteries aren't a thing and some truly awful BDSM tips.
In Iowa, the Paul contingent made the leap into establishment politics. A model for the Republican Party — or a cautionary tale?
THIS IS IMPORTANT.
How do you condense your world view into a single sentence? With aplomb if you're any of these world-renowned authors.
Another day, another crazy old man ranting about dragons. Skyrim is a rough beat.
Facebook just updated its notoriously slow and buggy iOS app. It might look the same, but it's totally different.
Meet #YungKloutGang, an otherwise typical group of friends who are really proud of their social media game.
Three Special Forces veterans groups critical of the White House are planning to take their message to Tampa. Billed as "a high-energy tribute to the men and women" in the military, it will include former SEAL Team Six members and "surprise guests."
While plenty of Republican lawmakers will be speaking from the podium, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor won't be one of them. Sheriff Joe Arpaio plans to speak to Western Republicans, outside the zoo. [UPDATED]
Every past logo was a just a word. Now it's got iconography, too: four simple squares, making a literal window.
President Obama has come under fire for the negative tone of his 2012 reelection campaign. In a 2004 speech at a forum of his best selling book, Obama condemned negative "slash-and-burn" politics as damaging to democracy and especially Democrats.
At a forum today on defense in Fayetteville, NC Paul Ryan attacked President Obama for defense cuts build into the Budget Control Act that he voted for. Ryan authored legislation to stop the defense cuts contrary to the advice of top brass, saying "we don't think the generals are giving us their true advice."
Even Olympians like Nick Symmonds love the beer mile.
I tried it, it works. An extremely aggressive autocorrect tool designed for the blind is a pretty good preview of where autocorrect could be going.
Doctorception? Poor Rory, he's stuck holding all the costume changes.
An expanding electorate to counter Romney's cash, and while "media and ads mean less in the fall," says an Obama aide at a background briefing. Middle class people will frame the podium in Charlotte.
To boldly go where no comic has gone before. Is anyone else bemused by the concept of Jughead as Spock?
All this could be yours for the low, low price of $35 million. Plus what secrets are hiding in the Tootsie Roll factory and can robots feel shame?
NASA nerds are the best nerds.
This article, written by Obama and his fellow graduating seniors for him under the name "Baroque Yo' Mama," was published in the "Harvard Law Revue," a parody of the Review done by the law school's graduating class. The article gives a look into how young Obama's life narrative was already being cast during his time in law school and serves a preemptive send-up of Dreams From My Father.
Advises you to be careful what you "like." Via India.