October 3, 2013
By comparison, Google makes more than $1 million. Twitter's average revenue per employee is also less than Facebook, Yahoo, and Zynga.
Twitter's "Value Proposition to Advertisers" looks like it's squarely aimed at the world's largest social network
The hackers face a maximum sentence of five years in prison for "Operation: Payback Is A Bitch." Their alleged DDoS attacks hit Bank of America, Amazon, the Library of Congress and dozens of other entities.
Would you become a lunar-tic? Probably.
An Iranian officer turns up dead. Could he have been a key figure in Iran's cyber wars?
The Texas state senator who gained admirers and headlines after her abortion bill filibuster in June makes her campaign official. "I took to the senate floor determined to block the bill the only way I could — by filibustering," she says.
A conversation between Mario Batali and Gavin Rossdale!
"Congress! Get your buns in gear."
Among the things that Twitter considers to be potentially damaging to its future are: loss of celebrity tweeters, government action, spam and changes to its corporate culture.
This year's best costume ideas are almost 100 years old.
The child appears to be in good health and police confirm that the 1 year-old was taken to the hospital.
There's something on your shirt, sir.
Twitter's S-1 Filing disclosed the company's biggest shareholders. They didn't disclose a pricing range, so we don't quite know how much it's worth...yet.
Twitter's three highest paid executives all made at least $6 million in 2012, but none had a salary higher than $200,000.
IT'S HERE! IT'S HERE! Twitter's S-1 IPO filing has finally landed.
U.S. Capitol Police Receive Sustained Standing Ovation On The House Floor Following Shooting Incident
About the only thing the Congress can agree on these days.
The best part about this movie is that you can watch it during Halloween AND Christmas.
Interesting timing, indeed.
The chair, Florida Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, cited "clause 12A of rule 1," which allowed her to halt activities on the House floor because of the shots fired outside the Capitol.
The brave, the bold, the few, the 'grammed.
This brave, shirtless bro spoke to media and police after witnessing the shots fired near the Capitol building.
How else to explain the exposive growth of Snapchat? The first social network of the post-Facebook era.
They're all so twee, so pricey, so not putting up with this crap anymore.
Hours before shots were fired outside the Capitol, Jay Carney defended Obama for using "gun to the head" rhetoric throughout the shutdown debate — and pointed out that Ed Henry has used a similar metaphor.
Who better to weigh in than tiny, delicious blobs of dough?
A new era in amateur reporting.
Says he did not mean to blame Obama, Schumer and Pelosi.
The things that make you a wife, a mother, and a Cumberbitch.
Haters to the left. Or better yet, join us before it's too late.
Eni Faleomavaega, who represents American Samoa as a delegate and a non-voting member of Congress, asked witness Mohamed Farah, "How come 88,000 Somalian-Americans live in Minnesota? I was under the impression that Somalia was a very warm country. Do you have snow in Somali as well?" Faleomavaega made the comments at the House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on al-Shabab Thursday following Kenya's deadly mall attack.
Terrifying Photos Of Police Swarming Capitol Hill After A Woman Allegedly Rammed Her Car Into A White House Barricade
Police shot and killed the suspect following a car chase on Capitol Hill. The suspect was later identified as a 34-year-old dental hygenist from Connecticut.
"To be ridiculed like that was something that really made me realize that some people at Ole Miss and in Mississippi still can't accept me for who I am."
The shut down of the internet's biggest drug market might have serious consequences on the quality of drugs that show up in your home town.
Tropical Storm Karen — expected to become Hurricane Karen soon — is coming, and NOAA is without 55% of its workforce.
In his quarterly investor letter, Ackman described D.A. Davidson analyst Timothy Ramey as "perennially bullish" on Herbalife and said that investors think he's "speaking on behalf of the Company." Ramey today said in a note that Ackman has capitulated and is at higher risk of losing his entire $1 billion short bet.
"We fell in love in Yosemite and that's where we want to marry."
You have a hard enough time applying a single coat without making a smeary mess. Here are some techniques that will make the complicated world of nail art seem a lot less daunting.
"I am satisfied that the medical and scientific evidence has been for some time and remains to this day divided and inconclusive at best," Judge Quentin Loh wrote of the cause of homosexuality.
Wendy Sherman says Geneva will show if Iran's charm offensive is for real.
The senator's office told BuzzFeed they would ask for a correction and that a local news story was wrong.
They were all so young, so carefree, so not dead. Artist Patrick Ballesteros has a real knack for capturing the spirit of childhood on paper.
Facebook knows all.
Bankers, investors and industrial CEOs are not at all happy about this.
On day three of the shutdown, the Kentucky senator tried to get his colleagues together for a little chat. "All right, everyone, let's sing 'Kumbaya'!" said the one Democrat who showed up.
"I'm quoting here, all right? Because I want to make sure people understand I didn't make this up," Obama said. He then referred to Rep. Marlin Stutzman's quote in the Washington Examiner in which Stutzman said he didn't know what the GOP was trying to get out of the shutdown.
Say it with me now: BITCHES GET STUFF DONE.
In Maryland, the president says "the only thing" keeping the government shut down is Speaker Boehner.
A candid conversation with Mitch McConnell exposes concerns over Democrats' shutdown messaging, and an eagerness to be seen as willing to negotiate with Democrats. Reasonable Rand strikes again!
Hello darkness, my old friend.
The Deputy Prime Minister blasted the newspaper over its attack on Ralph Miliband during his weekly LBC 97.3 radio phone-in.
Officials say at least 130 people died when a boat carrying African migrants sank off the Sicilian island of Lampedusa. About 400–500 people were reported to be aboard the vessel.
Fox News' chief Washington correspondent James Rosen delivered a strong rebuke to Bill O'Reilly's criticism that Obamacare wasn't working, saying, "that's not clear, Bill." Rosen then launched a defense of the program saying historically it takes time to see if things work.
Because let's face it: Princesses are boring.
If there are children around, you're going to want to ask them to leave.