from The Christian Science Monitor
Thanks for covering the international desk while I was out sick. You can go back to writing movie reviews now.
I’m going out on a limb here, but I’m guessing they’ll … advise?
If you can’t tell which of these two extremes a new product falls into, you probably have no business covering technology.
from The Verge
"Barista" is Italian for "bartender," you redundant Americans.
Well it’s about time.
from The USA Today
Really? That’s the lesson you take away from this story about punishing ordinary citizens over a political vendetta? “Be careful what you text?”
Isn’t eBay already the eBay of e-commerce? Why would they strive to be a startup?
Math, of course, has a perfect track record in predicting economic trends, which is why no one has ever lost money in the stock market and a bubble collapse has never caused a recession.
Riiight … He just happened to be at every murder scene … because he was documenting them …
They are looking for test subjects to help … whoops, no, nevermind, they have enough volunteers.
But not the crack. He’s only human, after all.
… or stop using crack.
from The Register
In other news, The Register is REINSTATING its writers’ CAPSLOCK privileges and no longer requires them to use GRAMMAR.
Since when do humans comfort one another?
This report was originally released months ago, but it was suppressed.