March 1, 2013
Some of these make sense, and some are crazy. Will the surprises EVER END???
When someone sprays a can of whipped cream, he comes running.
"This is not a movie role, this is a job application," says one Kentucky Democratic operative of Judd's potential Senate run.
A new fiction collection from the Burkina Faso–based Q-zine aims to "decolonize the mind" by capturing the experiences of LGBTI Africans.
Traveling with tuna packets in your suitcase is REAL.
Probably not, but maybe wink. Plus what to do when your boss wants to Snapchat with you.
A school day got flipped, turned upside down.
Where's Rickon!? Does the side chosen to be in shadow on each character mean anything? It has to mean something, right?
Behind the scenes of the most powerful maps in the history of the Earth. And how Google, Microsoft, DigitalGlobe, and the world's governments decide what does — and doesn't — belong on its surface.
Phaidra Knight wants to go to the 2014 Olympics for bobsledding. But she needs some help.
This poor guy needed help to fight the man! In Season Four of Robot Chicken, the episode titles told a story in production order, but the message got garbled when aired incorrectly.
Communities across the country brace for the impact of the sequester.
Your staircase might be the last place in your home you'd think to decorate. But after seeing these staircases, you'll realize that a boring staircase is an opportunity squandered.
Now you can pretend you're flying through these nebulae and star clusters.
Prepare yourself for greatness. The secret is store-bought curry roux.
"I decided I would never to go back to a corporate environment."
And that's a good thing.
Third-party vendors will troll peer-to-peer networks looking for copyrighted material, then notify the downloader's Internet Service Provider to issue penalties.
Don't own a Macbook Air? You are seriously missing out.
But it's not blood! Just gallons and gallons of wasted ketchup! Phew! But also, very sad because wasted ketchup.
Please see me after class.
The update is centered around the News Feed.
Outlets from Huffington Post to National Review carried pieces financed by the Malaysian government. An international campaign against Anwar Ibrahim.
Someone had to take the damn lemons and make science out of them.
The grass is always greener where you've painted it to be so. Totally normal.
President Obama made a confusing reference about a "jedi mind-meld." BuzzFeed breaks down the president's galactic gaffe.
"Give me an example of what I might do," the President says in a sequester-themed press conference responding to question from Bloomberg's Julianna Goldman. Another testy exchange with the press.
One journalism school intends to find out.
"This is not a win for anybody. This is a loss for the American people," Obama says as cuts are set to begin taking effect.
How did the internet fall in love with the legend of this cheesy quesadilla/burrito hybrid?
Free Woodward. Why we should show Bob the mercy he rarely shows anyone else.
The next generation of war machines.
Why does Boston Dynamics hate humanity? Their BigDog will be on the front lines in the ensuing war for domination.
An apparent joint suicide attempt caught on camera. WARNING: Disturbing images.
A heedful take on Google Glass: "From now on, starting today, anywhere you go within range of a Google Glass device, everything you do could be recorded and uploaded to Googleâ€™s cloud, and stored there for the rest of your life. You wonâ€™t know if youâ€™re being recorded or not; and even if you do, youâ€™ll have no way to stop it."
Andrew Mason was sacked by the board of directors from Groupon yesterday and posted a rather unique letter online to say goodbye.
The show hasn't been this entertaining in years, but the ratings are at record lows — and the male singers are a disaster. What is going on?!
So what if you don't live in one of those crazy airy warehouse spaces with impossibly tall ceilings? You can look at all the loft porn you want, but it's even more inspiring to get real about lofting your bed and saving precious space.
Where did all the compromisers go? "Every time a group of us get together to try and work on a problem, we get labeled a gang and then it becomes a political issue and we never get to finish the job," complains Isakson.
A 36-year-old man is presumed dead after a sinkhole opened up beneath his feet and the floor gave way in his home. The sinkhole is reportedly growing, and rescue crews have called off the search for fear of their safety.
What really scares progressives isn't the automatic spending cuts; it's the grand compromise that may replace them. "Entitlements may get ensnared when we go to an alternate fix," says Rep. Nadler.
The new way to quickly become serious about foreign policy: A dip in the dead sea. "Craven and creditworthy," says Prince.
It may have been your favorite part of elementary school craft hour, but chances are you haven't used it lately. Get your Mod Podge ready, because the sparkles are coming.