An app exploring the 2014 shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri has been rejected by Apple, according to a blog post by creator Dan Archer. Archer is a graphic journalist and founder of Empathetic Media, a media agency that produces virtual and augmented reality stories. Show More Summary
Dan Archer’s Ferguson Firsthand is an educational app about the shooting of Michael Brown. Though it’s not violent, Apple denied it a spot on the App Store. This shouldn’t be a surprise; Apple has treated apps—and, by extension, games—differently for a long time. Read more...
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) accused National Public Radio host David Brown of causing police officer deaths by questioning him about current events during an interview about the murder of Houston Deputy Darren Goforth. Goforth was ambushed while pumping gas on Friday, the Houston Chronicle...
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Grab your tinfoil caps, everyone. Ben Granger at 3:AM Magazine has published a new piece on Umberto Eco, Dan Brown, and conspiracy literature.
The Long Farewell begins. No Jessica Brown Findlay, but they did get Dan Stevens to pop by for a visit. Read More...
New research suggests "La Bella Principessa" possesses the same facial enigmatic expression as the "Mona Lisa"
First-year Falcons coach Dan Quinn learned plenty from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. One thing Quinn learned is that Pete Carroll likes to play a little more James Brown at practice than Quinn prefers. That’s one of the things Quinn said during his appearance on Friday’s PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio. Quinn also talked about…
First day sales for Harper Lee's novel "Go Set a Watchman" made history for adult fiction at America's largest retail bookseller, the company announced on Wednesday. Barnes and Noble said the previous record was held by Dan Brown for his 2009 bestseller "The Lost Symbol," which is to be made into a film expected to star Tom Hanks. Show More Summary
It's like Back to the Future, if Doc Brown were a drunken nutjob with no conscience. Join us as we fire of quick questions to the Rick and Morty team. ...
Paula Hawkins‘ thriller The Girl on the Train has broken Dan Brown‘s sales record for The Lost Symbol. The novel about a commuter who gets entrenched into the lives of people she spies on from a train has been the No. 1 bestseller on Nielsen...Show More Summary
Tom Hanks is returning to his role of Robert Langdon in the latest Dan Brown novel adaptation. "Inferno" is being directed by Ron Howard and produced by Brian Grazer (among others) for a fall 2016 release. And since it's just about finished...Show More Summary
Native guide: All these subways go north-south, see, north-south, north-south. So we have to get the shuttle, which goes east-west.Tourist #1: Shuttle, shuttle! Sounds like something you'd say to someone when you're upset. Oh, shuttle!Tourist #2: I don't really understand this whole north-south thing.–1 TrainOverheard by: Rose Fox
Tonight at an anti-gay conference hosted at anti-gay pastor Jim Garlow's church, National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown told the audience that Dan Savage and his husband are "intentionally depriving" their adopted son of his mother and father. He...
The work of San Francisco?based art group Will Brown?a collaborative project of David Kasprzak, Jordan Stein, and Lindsey White?reimagines the roles of artist and curator through an inventive upending of traditional exhibition formats. Show More Summary
The Browns are out, but the Bills, Texans and Dan Snyder's Washington NFL franchise are in the mix for this year's Hard Knocks. The Cleveland Browns will not be featured on Hard Knocks this year. The team was one of seven eligible to...Show More Summary
By the time we get to Shakespeare, a lot of logic has been sidestepped. And now we really do enter Dan Brown territory. Starting from the heraldic tradition of the “sign of 4”, he embarks on a series of elaborate moves involving Latin and coats of arms to produce the name “Shakespeare.”
Good morning. It was on this day in 1992 that Vice President Dan Quayle made huge news and launched a gazillion op-eds by criticizing the hot CBS show, “Murphy Brown,” for being about a single mother and thus exhibiting poor family values. Huffington...Show More Summary
First, a caveat: Anyone with a strong grasp of Latin—or a distaste for Dan Brown novels—will warn others not to get too excited about the name of this papal library. Archivum Secretum looks like it would refer to a “secret” archive,Show More Summary
BIBLE HISTORY DAILY: TV Series “Dig” Delivers Drama. New archaeology TV show captures the excitement of discovering the Biblical world (Ellen White).The archaeology TV show is to Biblical archaeology what Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code is to church history. Show More Summary