Not much to add to the Clawson story, save a GIF of the most horrifying moment.
Someone about eight feet above my head and three feet behind me is doing a lot of sawing and hammering, so that's nice.
"Eighteen percent said impeachment could appropriately be used to registered dissatisfaction with White House policies."
High crimes, misdemeanors, and general annoyance.
The history of Adobe Illustrator (and, more broadly, pre-computer graphic design).
Our 1959 pitch to Muscovites showcasing America's cool technological toys.
A look at Sid Meier's new game which, this article not withstanding, looks like Alpha Centauri 2.
I was watching footage from a bombed school in Gaza when the procession of hearses in the Netherlands popped up on Twitter and this is some world.
A photo of San Francisco in the late '50s -- taken the same day as a scene from Vertigo.
The University of Texas misspells "Texas" in the domain in its media guide.
Some 11,000 people claim Obama campaign experience on LinkedIn. The marketing value of 2008 and 2012.
Is there a word that combines "karma" and "schadenfreude"? Karmanfreude.
Watch each state sentence people to death and then kill them, by year.
Huh. Paul Ryan just suggested increasing the earned income tax credit in part by ending subsidies to energy companies.
My wife and I were just amazed that we forgot how LuAnn Delessep's first song went.
A project that asks prisoners what they'd like to see out of their windows, and then photographs their responses.
The lengthy history of trying to make Americans better at math, and failing.