Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters Song: Kings of Leon - Temple [download here] What's so good? Kings of Leon rode their Mechanical Bull tour into the home of the Chicago Bulls,...Show More Summary
Last Friday, Fox posted a new trailer for 24: Live Another Day, the upcoming limited event series that continues the famous Jack Bauer action saga (which wrapped its initial eight-season run in 2010). The show, starring Kiefer Sutherland...Show More Summary
Guest Post by Sabia McCoy Torres Some of the backlash, commentary, and critiques Beyoncé has received for using Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi’s words from “Why We Should All Be Feminists” in her song “Flawless” has inspired me to react. Show More Summary
In February 2014, news broke that Warner Bros. was mulling a $10 to $15 million investment into Machinima. Today, it’s official. The YouTube multi-channel network and self-proclaimed “next-generation video entertainment network for the...Show More Summary
Images by Scot Sothern 1968. It’s around midnight when I hit Sedalia, Missouri. I’m on my bike, a 1967 BSA Hornet, and I’ve just come 115 exhilarating, two-lane-blacktop miles at top speed, daring the world to try to catch me. It doesn’t look like much is here—a gas station and a couple of stoplights on the main drag. Show More Summary
I've been seeing "Ban Bossy" images all over social media today, and it bothers the fuck out of me. The campaign was created to "encourage girls to lead," and is based on the premise that little girls are afraid of being leaders because they fear being cast negatively as bossy. Show More Summary
Let go of your transistors. A physicist from SLAC who spoke at SXSW interactive has proposed using the state changes in the orbits of electrons as a way to build faster computers.
Australian actress Wendy Hughes has died at the age of 61, after a bout with cancer. Having established herself on the stage and TV through the 1970s, Hughes became a major onscreen presence in the booming Australian film movement of...Show More Summary
High quality microscopes cost thousands of dollars and can be hard to operate and maintain. A group of researchers from Stanford University are close to changing that with a microscope that’s made mostly out of paper…
Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, masters of the modern-day art of revealing state secrets, appeared by way of video chat during SXSW. Assange spoke on Saturday from the Ecuadorian embassy in the United Kingdom, while Edward Snowden,...Show More Summary
The videos show Bieber in all of his childishly pugnacious glory.
If you saw Cuba Gooding Jr. deliver his acceptance speech when he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1997, then you know what passion, dedication and excitement looks like. The "Jerry Maguire" actor's litany of thank-you's...Show More Summary
“It’s winter in Ukraine, but it’s spring break for Obama”
White Party king Jeffery Sanker just dropped a promo video giving us 25 reasons to go to Palm Springs White Party in 25 guys. And boy is it compelling. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorite “reasons” to go, and don’t miss the entire line up of gogo-bodied men in the full video. Which is […]
TBWA\Shanghai have launched an integrated campaign for Adidas’ “All in for My Girls” platform in China. The follow-up to last year’s Gold Effie winning campaign from Sid Lee rolled out with n exclusive launch event in Shanghai on February 28th, and an official launch across mainland China on March 1st. Show More Summary
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by Lauren O'Neal There are some people who speak several languages, and that's great and I'm really impressed, but this girl can speak like twelve different kinds of gibberish! Swedish gibberish, Arabic gibberish, a whole United Nations meeting of gibberish! I don't think I could pull this off even in English. Show More Summary
Alright alright alright! A coupla dozen Democratic and two independent senators are going o "pull an all-nighter" tonight to raise awareness about climate change. Over at Huffington Post, Tom Weis summarizes it this way: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse [D-R.I.],... Show More Summary
A glance at this year’s SXSW schedule and “Slashathon” might sound like an all-night 80s horror flick screening. In reality, the title is fairly literal: rock guitarist Slash is hosting an artist-focused hackathon on Wednesday with the hopes of drawing in crowds at the perfect mid-point between SXSW’s Interactive and Music sessions. Show More Summary
In October 2011, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, the Rhode Island Democrat, delivered the first of what has now become his more than 60 weekly speeches about climate change on the Senate floor. It was a low-decibel speech, but nevertheless the kind that peels wallpaper. Show More Summary