Inventor of the GIF uses awards ceremony to remind... →
from The Verge Can someone remind him it’s not pronounced “jraphics?”
Taco Bell testing breakfast Waffle Taco →
from The USA Today Thus signaling the impending demise of humanity.
Paul Templer, River Guide Swallowed By Hippo,... →
from Huffington Post You missed a perfectly good opportunity to use “Hungry, Hungry Hippo” in a headline right there.
The master copies of all the shows and movies available to Netflix take up 3.14...– Or one pi-tabyte. Businessweek via Paris Lemon
Tesla Surges After Posting Profit; Value Exceeds... →
from Bloomberg Surely this can’t be the same Tesla Motors that Mitt Romney picked as a loser.
Five things to get you up to speed in Jodi Arias... →
from The USA Today #1: You need to get a life and stop following other peoples’ trials.
Indian stuntman who used his hair to descend zip... →
from The Telegraph I don’t think you’re allowed to call it a freak accident if it was done on purpose.
Did Media Botch the Boston Bombing? →
from U.S. News and World Report Did U.S. News and World Report somehow exempt themselves from being members of the media?
Margaret Thatcher's funeral had no real hatred, no... →
from The Daily Mirror I guess there’s no real story here, then, innit?
Is eBay the New Amazon on Wall Street? →
from The Motley Fool Well, eBay is actually making money … so no.
Price of Gold Takes a Flashy Fall →
from The New York Times As does my respect for The New York Times.
Holy Crap, Is This Mark Zuckerberg's Embarrassing... →
from Gizmodo Holy crap, is this news?
Lasers used to turn off cocaine addiction in rat... →
NIH via The Verge You had me at “lasers” and “brains.”
Why did 28,000 rivers in China suddenly disappear? →
from The Verge Because you’re not using the words “suddenly” or “disappear” correctly?
You Suck at Search →
from webmonkey And you suck at writing.
NYC to install touchscreen subway kiosks with... →
from The Verge Great idea. New Yorkers would never deface something they’re encouraged to touch.
Lululemon Sheer Yoga Pants Undetected Until... →
from Bloomberg Sometimes a headline is so perfect, it cannot be improved upon by commenting. And other times the body of the article goes on to provide gems such as: “The truth of the matter is the only way you can actually test for the issue is to put the pants on and bend over.”
Guns And Ammo: Take Aim And Profit →
from Seeking Alpha Ooo, firearms jokes are fun! Let me try one: Authors of cheesy headlines should be taken out and shot.
New Smartphone App Lets Mexico City Cops Track... →
from Wired Why would cops from another country want to track my location?
Google Reader Still Drives Far More Traffic Than... →
from Buzzfeed Does this mean Google will cancel Google+ as well? I would have posted this link on Google+, but I was afraid no one would ever see it.
Colin Powell's Facebook page hijacked, filled with... →
from The Verge “Err … that’s right. Hijacked.”
PlayStation 4's Online Features Could Be Huge (Or... →
from Wired This headline is either great or awful.
Maker's Mark to Restore Alcohol Content of Whiskey →
from ABC News We did it! U-S-A! U-S-A!
Marco Rubio On Climate Change: 'The Government... →
from Huffington Post If we don’t control the weather, only bad guys will have weather.
To Meet Rising Demands, Maker's Mark Waters Down... →
from LA Weekly Problem solved; the demand for Maker’s Mark just went down considerably.
Wall Street Journal says it was also hit by... →
from The Verge But nobody cares.
India's old leaders get hip to the young and the... →
from Reuters Meanwhile, Reuters headline writers remain tragically unhip to timely pop culture references.
Atari files for bankruptcy, hopes to survive by... →
from Engadget The fact that Atari thinks it can make any significant amount of money by selling Pong in this day and age goes a long way towards explaining why they’re filing for bankruptcy.
Google's Eric Schmidt Opens Up About North Korea... →
from PC Magazine If he’s opening up, obviously he learned nothing from North Korea’s culture.
Security audit finds dev OUTSOURCED his JOB to... →
from The Register It turns out Americans don’t want to do the jobs with six-figure salaries that we can ship overseas either.
Negative Thinking Can Actually Help You Accomplish... →
Wall Street Journal via Lifehacker No it can’t!
Opinion: French are not pacifists →
from CNN Seeing as how you are reporting on France’s military intervention, I think it’s safe to report this as a fact, not an opinion.
CNET reporter resigns over CBS censorship of DISH... →
from Ars Technica Apparently the only person with any integrity in CBS’ organization is now gone.
Though Beowulf’s real name is relatively easy to discover online, he spoke to...– from Wired You stay classy, Wired. Well, don’t actually stay classy; just stick to the technical definition of being classy.
Eric Schmidt says North Korea must allow internet... →
from The Verge Try Googling a country before you visit it next time, Schmidty.
One nation, under the Platinum Trillion-Dollar... →
from The Washington Post I think we should mint a trillion dollar coin no matter what happens with the debt ceiling, just so the President can make critical decisions Two-Face style.
The Cold Hard Facts of Freezing to Death →
from Outside Online Headline cliches warm my heart.
Quantum Gas Temperature Drops Below Absolute Zero →
from Wired You’re just going to casually drop the mind-bending proposition that there are temperatures below absolute zero in a headline?
Google game designer says innovative ads are the... →
Co.Design via The Verge Yup, that sounds sufficiently dystopian.
Paper That Put Gun Permit Map Online Hires Armed... →
from The New York Times I wonder how they were able to find armed guards so quickly.
Ask the Headhunter: 'Are Headhunters Worth Talking... →
from PBS What do you think he’s going to say? “No, my profession is completely worthless - frankly I don’t understand why anyone gives us money.”
Eric Schmidt interviews Stephen Colbert in the... →
from The Verge Colbert neglected to opt out of the section of Google’s privacy settings that allows Eric Schmidt to interview you whenever he wants.
US Air Force may be secretly developing next... →
from The Verge “This assumption is based on the fact that they are not openly developing the next generation of stealth drones.”
Major US carriers to launch nationwide 911 texting... →
from The Verge Ahhh … but I’m being mugged now.
5 Reasons You're Lucky You Didn't Have Winning... →
from ABC News Stop trying to make me feel better, ABC News!
RIM CEO: ‘We Needed to Get Our Act Together’ →
from Wired Well, at least they’re finally acknowledging that there’s a problem … wait, why is he speaking in the past tense?
Gas blast levels Mass. strip club; 18 people hurt →
from CBS News “I swear, sweety, I smelled gas so I ran in this building to warn whoever was inside when suddenly it exploded. I had no idea it was a strip club.”
Gadgets in Space: What It Takes to Get an iPad... →
from Wired The answer is “a rocket.”
BlackBerry 10 Smartphones to Be Launched at End of... →
from ABC News It makes sense for them to skip the holiday shopping season. In many cultures, receiving a BlackBerry in your Christmas stocking means that you have been naughty.