Tuesday, April 21, 2015
When Prison Guards Force Inmates to Fight
What Happens When You Build a Town Around a Prison?
The Original True Crime Murder Mystery That Gripped America
The man who was accidentally released from prison 88 years early.
NSA’s Grand Plan to Snowden-Proof Its Data Using the Cloud
After 39 years in prison, an epic tale of innocence found and bitterness lost
Everything We Know About the Stingray, the Cops' Favorite Cell Phone Tracking Tool
The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of South Africa's Anti-Occult Police Unit
Monday, April 20, 2015
Why Does Stubbing Your Toe Hurt So Damn Much?
Why Do We Have Allergies?
The Curious Case of North Korea’s Overseas Doctors
Fatal silence: Why do so many fortysomething men kill themselves?
The Complete Guide to Fighting Seasonal Allergies Where You Live
What's in your flavored e-cig anyway?
Scientists finally figure out what makes your knuckles crack
The nightmare outcome of a son's mental illness
Hippocratic Oaf: My First Day as a Doctor
Stopping Women’s Next Biggest Killer
Friday, April 17, 2015
Push Out Fans
Super Stacker 2
UpBot Goes Up
Bars of Black and White
Football quiz: which of these players were defended by their loved ones? 9/10
Football quiz: can you identify the missing managers? 5/10
Match the garden to the movie - quiz 2/10
Labels: Games and Quizzes
Thursday, April 16, 2015
A Horror Story Constructed Entirely from Actual Sentences in Reviews of the Apple Watch
Inconvenient Truths About The Apple Watch
Netflix Soars as Streaming-Video Customers Top 62 Million
Behind the Scenes of Barbie's Insanely Popular, Painstakingly-Produced Instagram
The future of Vimeo
The button: the fascinating social experiment driving Reddit crazy
Here’s What Scientists Learned In The Largest Systematic Study Of Email Habits
Amazon Can (Finally) Test Its Delivery Drones In the United States
4chan's Pepe the Frog is bigger than ever—and his creator feels good, man
This app helps you find and cheer up the saddest people on Twitter
Google's Internal Response To The Imminent EU Charges
Q and A: What’s it like to have Google and Amazon try to kill your start-up?
My voice is my passport: Android gets a “Trusted Voice” smart lock
Guitar Hero Live aims to reshape a beloved rhythm game for a new generation
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Nine new dwarf galaxies full of dark matter found just chilling around the Milky Way
What to pack for year in space? A 'superhero utility belt'
First (Contraband) Corned Beef Sandwich in Space
GIFs Show Constellations Transforming Over 150,000 Years
The Big Bang is about to collapse catastrophically, and that's a good thing.
SpaceX to send cargo ship on sixth supply mission
SpaceX fails in third attempt to land reusable Falcon 9 rocket on barge
Dark matter map unveils first results
Comet lander's measurements weaken space magnetism theory
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
America Loves Smoothies And The Frozen Foods Industry Knows It
Do You Use Chopsticks Correctly? Are You Sure?
Deranged Crafts: The Spa Lady Cheese Ball
Why Your Bread Is Named 'Fart Devil'
Out With The Caraway, In With The Ginger: 50 Years Of American Spice Consumption
IBM’s AI supercomputer has come up with some pretty incredible food pairings
The Gastronome’s Guide to Camping
The Forgotten History Of The World's First Taco Bell, And Today's Attempt To Save It
How Buffalo Wild Wings Turned the Sports Bar Into a $1.5 Billion Juggernaut
International Space Station to get Italian espresso maker
The secret history of caffeine: Starbucks science and the back story of everyone’s favorite morning habit
For Drinking Water in Drought, California Looks Warily to Sea
Monday, April 13, 2015
Stephen Hawking wants to join the trademark club
Robots came to Europe before the dawn of the mechanical age. To a medieval world, they were indistinguishable from magic
This 19th Century 'Stench Map' Shows How Smells Reshaped New York City
Aluminum battery from Stanford offers safe alternative to conventional batteries
The colors of 94,526 paintings since 1800, charted
My Life as a Rent A Gent
Where Do Americans See The Most UFOs? This Interactive Map Will Show You
The Crazy Tax Scam You've Never Heard Of
Inside the Kremlin’s hall of mirrors
The world’s first hologram protest held in Spain
Labels: Mixed Bag
Friday, April 10, 2015
StrikeForce Kitty 2
Bloons Tower Defense 5 has some new boards.
Learn to Fly 3!
OK Computer: how much do you know about Radiohead's third album? 3/10
Football quiz: match the Premier League club to their goalscorers national flags 6/10
Labels: Games and Quizzes
Thursday, April 09, 2015
A European 'Supertide'
Vietnam War 68-69
Ross Warner Photography. Wildlife, nature, landscape and travel subjects.
The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852 - 1860
In Syria: Four Years of War
In 1977John Goto made this series of photographic portraits of young British African-Caribbeans at Lewisham Youth Centre, South London, where he taught evening classes in photography
Devastating Floods Hit Northern Chile
BBC - A Picture of Britain
The American West Dries Up
A Virtual Drive Through Bhutan
Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Apple Acquired Search Startup Ottocat To Power The ‘Explore’ Tab In The App Store
Everything new we just learned about the Apple Watch
How to stay safe online: CNET's security checklist
Russian Hackers Have Been in White House System for Months, Officials Say
The hidden biases of Internet memes
The Weird, Money-Making World of Parody Twitter Accounts
Twitter is finally fixing the quote tweet button
Bitcoin Foundation is “effectively bankrupt,” board member says
Amazon launches “Home Services” business, wants to give you drum lessons
Meet Sonic, the anti-Comcast
Your Weather App Sucks
A new experiment tracks credit card data as it travels through the criminal web
Hands on with Project Spartan, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replacement
Surface 3 cuts the price, keeps the killer keyboard
How “standby” modes on game consoles suck up energy
Ex-Google exec Andy Rubin launches new startup lab
Helvetica's Long-Lost Rival Has Been Resurrected After 35 Years
In praise of the mechanical keyboard
This gaming company is worth $1 billion, and you’ve probably never heard of it
This working computer is smaller than a grain of rice