First there was Jesus Log, now there's Creepy Tree... (more…)
Since my girlfriend has been in Mexico for the past two weeks, I have begun researching which Mexican drug cartel might be killing her soon. She claims that the US Media is "blowing the situation out of control." I'm not sure what to believe. (more…)
Matthew Dent's new coinage for the UK was pretty great, but this Dutch commemorative coin is a fully contemporary chunk of wow. (more…)
That's a picture of a wagon of this year's carnival in Düsseldorf. That's the same place, last year, Obama took on Hillary. WTF. (more…)
"Home taping is killing the music industry. Instead of making billions and billions of dollars, we are only making billions of dollars." -Matt Groening "Video would be the death of Hollywood?" Well, specifically, the death of the movie industry. Here is Jack Valenti's testimony before congress in 1982, foretelling the downfall of the movie [...]
FEW tasks are more exasperating than trying to assemble flat-pack furniture from IKEA. But even that is simple compared with piecing together the accounts of the world's largest home-furnishing retailer. Much has been written about IKEA's remarkably effective retail formula. The Economist has investigated the group's no less astonishing [...]
She must be shooting for BeautyandBoost.com.
I'm sorry, but was there ever a point in history when Time was a credible publication? I mean c'mon they even elected Hitler Man of the Year.
For the "computer illiterate": burying folders is not as effective as burying treasure chests.
This reminds me of a couple stories... I was on a trans-Atlantic flight when some of the screens stopped showing the films, so the flight attendant rebooted the section having the trouble. While it rebooted there were little penguins on all the screens... a grin inducing moment. Not to mention, the special effects of the Harry Potter franchise [...]
Not bad for an era that was just getting used to the idea of a horseless carriage (more…)
from Wikipedia: "this banknote detection code does not rely on the EURion pattern. It instead detects a digital watermark embedded in the images, developed by Digimarc." (more…)
TAMPA -- The Steelers not only have another Super Bowl victory to celebrate, it came in what may have been the greatest of them all and they have another play for the ages to go with it. Santonio Holmes, Super Bowl XLIII MVP, caught Ben Roethlisberger's 6-yard touchdown pass, keeping the toes of both his feet in bounds as he stretched out along [...]
I bet it was much cleaner back then. :)