February 15, 2013
Sports officials embracing statistics and technology that will improve the fan experience? What's next, stadium beers at a reasonable price?
Egypt's Ministry of Communication and Information Technology says it's impossible to enforce a judge's decree blocking the website.
These are some unrealistic time tables. Music montages have to be partially to blame for our instant gratification society.
Babies don't care about blizzards. (via NBC Connecticut)
Why can't we bet on whatever we want? The death of the most infamous predictions market in the U.S.
Would you open an email that had a subject line like, "orange"?
A handful of Facebook employees were hacked last month, with "sophisticated" custom-made tools. "We have found no evidence that Facebook user data was compromised," says the company.
Customer service is getting younger.
Fundraisers in Beverly Hills and Silicon Valley, and a fan-base that includes Mark Zuckerberg. A "huge gulf" between Christie's popularity and record, says Henne.
To filibuster or not to filibuster.
"Any of you ladies out there just start seeing someone new and wondering what the size of there member is?" And that's how you get sued by a pop icon.
Scientists estimate that the 1908 explosion was 1,000x more powerful than the Hiroshima atomic bomb. Today's meteor explosion bears an uncanny resemblance to the century-old mystery.
An Instagram of your dinner is nice, but tattoos show that you mean it forever.
They're fugly, they're fierce, and they're fine eatin'. So back off, haters.
The vigil marks the 100th self-immolation attempt since 2009 to protest the Chinese occupation of Tibet.
This spring, the Supreme Court will decide whether human genes can be patented by corporations. The answer should obviously be no.
Watch this... the mantis is watching you.
Jake Fogelnest is on a mission. And he could use our help.
It doesn't seem that way.
To boldly go to infinity and beyond! Canadian artist and illustrator Phil Postma gave the cast of Star Trek: The Original Series the animated treatment.
Courtesy of Neil deGrasse Tyson. We have to get off this rock, or we will die.
Mathematical! Boom! Studios is set to reprint the first six issues in May with connecting cover art.
The 10-ton meteor that struck the Russian city of Chelyabinsk Friday set off a shockwave that caused untold damage to the area and injured nearly 1,000 people.
The winner of the World Press Photo of the Year, showing a group of grieving men carrying dead children through the streets of Gaza City, is stunning and tragic. WARNING: Graphic content.
It barks. It licks. It fetches. It loves.
They're not your "friends."
Hide your kids, hide your wife.
And will Quentin Tarantino beat out Amour and Zero Dark Thirty for Best Original Screenplay?
The cruise ship drifted 90 miles north due to strong currents making Mobile, Alabama the best location for docking. A fire in the engine room of the Triumph left the ship stranded on Sunday off the coast of Mexico.
Dorner's "best friend" in the Navy recalls a "happy, bubbly, smiley" officer. A "man's man" with few traces of the anger that drove a murderous spree.
Three videos show what appear to be an English-speaking Westerner with an American accent taking up arms with Syrian rebels. The faction of the rebels he is apparently aligned with have been identified by the U.S. State Department as a terrorist organization.
It's another miracle under the belt for St. Valentine.