This post includes a handy link for you to tweet about how obvious its thesis is.
Even a crummy, unproductive Congress generates a lot of visualizable data.
I know that story is old, but that kid's tweet is exceptional.
Attention people making dumb quote-images for Twitter: Hanging punctuation. HANG ING PUNC TU A TION
As the web gets older, people increasingly need to reinforce they prefer new information.
This piece about the decay of lazy Instagram meme images is terrific.
White reflects; dark absorbs. So guess what happens when Arctic ice is replaced with Arctic Ocean?
This is not just now a case study in how not to react to cyber threats and a case study in how to not defend your networks, it's now also a case study in how not to respond to terrorism threats.
"oh we're a magazine and we actually looked and here is the truth" blah blah blah
All I'm saying is watch Jimmy Kimmel tonight.
Let's all boycott North Korean movies and products.
Too bad there's not a distributed system through which Sony could release the movie in a digital format for money.
I mean, I get why Sony would be shy about the internet right now, but come on.
America loses the Franco-Korean War.
The Interview, but about Castro. #daysnews #jokes #borowitz
Digg should have an anchor next to the "most Dugg authors" section on this list so vain stupid jerks can link to it directly.
With the economy improved and reelection over, Cuomo nixes fracking.
Three-quarters of America was born post-embargo. Two-thirds of Congress wasn't.
The politics of Obama's moves on Cuba.
If Obama lifts the embargo, I know what I want for Christmas.
*watches godfather 2, thinks about buying a hotel*
"Also, you can have Guantanamo back, as-is, no backsies."
From WH: "In the coming months, we will re-establish an embassy in Havana"
Wow, fascinating story about Obama being mistaken for a waiter (from 2008).