Contributed by Packlane. Oh boy, a rebrand. When you’re as invested in your business as we are, it can be tempting to keep tinkering – but don’t be fooled, a full rebrand is an arduous undertaking. You want it to be beautifully and tastefully done, yet you don’t want it to alienate your customers by […]
There are precisely eight seconds of the new video “What” that fool you into thinking you’ve stumbled upon a Mozart-accompanied home movie of a luxury dinner party. Then the bass crashes in, and not much can prepare you for the hell that breaks loose. It’s orchestrated by Playboi Carti and UnoTheActivist, who, together with their A$AP […]
Impossible to choose — is the great American novel one you love so much you keep it secret, as a talisman, or the book you love so much you give it to everyone for years? This summer, having just taught two great American novels which altered the perceptions of this nation forever for my UC Riverside...
An interesting read from Dana Milbank at the Washington Post, to say the least. This is what Milbank had to say to Republicans: Herein lies a lesson for Republicans who are perpetually trying to appease the far right: It’s a fool’s errand. They went to the tea party — and now they’re taking Donald Trump […]
Quebec has created public organizations meant to uphold particular cultural characteristics—and sometimes they might go a little too far.
Donald Trump has reversed or corrected himself — or has accused others of misrepresenting him — on his tax plan, on punishing women for abortions, on giving nukes to Asian allies and on arming citizens to prevent terrorist attacks. It has given rise to the impression that he doesn’t believe in anything — other than […]
Facebook may be fooling a lot of content creators into viewing them as a prime place to build a business, but they’re not kidding themselves.
When tarot decks are filled with images of people, it can sometimes feel hard to relate to your cards. Here are some decks that use animals and other symbols instead! The post Fool’s Journey: 10 People-Free Tarot Decks for Your Collection appeared first on Autostraddle.
Oh, you poor, sweet, naïve fools. Those dreams that you've been banking on? Bo Burnham would like you to know that they're the made-of-pipe kind. Burnham, who's been on a bit of an honesty kick of late, dropped by Tuesday's Conan to dispel notions of the efficacy of hard work ... More »
In our last post, we said there is no such thing as Savings-as-a-Service and any organization promising to deliver it (with the exception of the big provider recently valued at 1B) is making a promise they likely won’t keep. The majority of organizations that jump on this new acronym with grandiose claims of SaaS delivery […]
LOS ANGELES -- Hillary Clinton had a message Tuesday for supporters of Republican Donald Trump who feel that their country and its institutions have let them down: Don't be fooled by "easy answers." "I am sympathetic to a lot of the people attracted by Trump’s message who are feeling really left out and left behind," […]
Cormac McCarthy is not dead, but anyone who’s been online in the past day or happened to follow the USA Today‘s Twitter feed might have believed that the legendary American author had passed away. The Pulitzer Award winner was the victim of a death hoax that originated from an unverified Twitter account, claiming that the... Show More Summary
Major news outlets were fooled into thinking Cormac McCarthy had died on Tuesdaythe result of a pranksters mischief and rush to publish.
There are two types of people in this world: people who would like to go on a date with Wells Adams, and fools. On last night’s episode of “The Bachelorette,” our fair hipster radio DJ was cruelly ripped from our TV screens. He finally...Show More Summary
It’s been 60 degrees for the entire month of June and I’m cold and the sun must be mad or something. The doctor prescribed me the burrito truck near the teriyaki bodega and paying for my whisky in dollar bills and change, a lifestyle I’ve become accustomed to but still haven’t gotten the courage to open my windows in the afternoon. Show More Summary
Thea video feedback emulator offers a vague memory of fooling with video cameras and a strong flavor of crisp and fractal generative art, The results lurk somewhere between the decades. Click and drag your results for wild (and often brightly-flickering) variations. Show More Summary
NPR has a quiz that invites you to guess which of six poems were written by a computer program, and which were written by humans. A group of 10 judges weren't fooled, but I had trouble correctly guessing all of them. I appreciated the...Show More Summary
Don't let a lengthy resume fool you into hiring someone who isn't adaptable enough for agency life.
Everyone plays the fool sometimes. Here's how to avoid making it a habit.
Saying “I don’t own a TV” is a good way to let people know that you’re a pretentious asshole. But even though more and more people are eager to tell you they don’t “have TV,” don’t be fooled! You better believe that they are still “watching TV.” Read more...