You may have noticed that Google Chrome users recently lost the ability to return to a previous page using the backspace button. The move, to put it mildly, has not been well received. Google pushed a Chrome update unbinding the backspace key. Show More Summary
If you’ve got Drowzees coming out of your ears, read on. Can you call yourself a true Pokemon Master if you don’t have a few legendary Pokemon in your Pokedex? Everybody wants to catch a legendary, but they’re seemingly as rare in Pokemon Go as they are in the traditional Pokemon games. So, where are […]
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Now all you need to do is cut some finger holes in the top and you'll have a rockin' zook flute. The post How To Practice The Ancient Artform Of The Zucchini Horn appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Welcome to the world of competitive social media. Victoire is obsessed with her selfies and how popular they are. But look! Roxy is doing better, because she took a selfie with a cat! What Victoire needs is a better selfie with her cat! (vimeo link) The only thing is, this puss isn’t at all enthusiastic about her scheme. Show More Summary
Owen Jones tells us several things about the current rail system: If you live in London and urgently needed to make it to Leeds today, you would have to part with at least £98.70. A British Airways flight to Paris booked today, on the other hand, will leave you £62 worse off. Show More Summary
Zenimax amends its lawsuit against Oculus with new claims about how Oculus, Palmer Luckey and John Carmack stole Zenimax's physical, digital and intellectual property, and concocted false stories to hide what they had done.
The inspection will allow to assess how three military districts would react to crises in the Russian southwest.
In a Monday night segment of the PBS NewsHour, a part of the discussion over the latest news on the Hillary Clinton email investigation was about how often the issue would be brought up, which begins at 6:17 in the video below. Clearly there was some frustration over Hillary Clinton’s email scandal from all sides,... Show More Summary
Unemployed people in Australia are finding it increasingly difficult to hold their job agencies accountable for mistreatment, stand-over tactics and poor performance, writes Owen Bennett. When Paul Scerri’s contract ceased at his workplace in early 2015, he was without gainful employment for the first time in his adult life. After his employment connections fell through, [...]Show More Summary
August 25 Edition.The big issue for this week will be just how the politics will play out and what impact it will have as Parliament comes back with the new government in the next week (Starts Monday 29 August, 2016).Otherwise we have...Show More Summary
Bonnie and Clyde made it quite clear how they felt about a former member of their gang in a letter they sent to him as he sat in the Dallas County Jail. He was a coward, they wrote, and they should have killed him when they had the chance. The...
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ABC, CBS, and NBC's morning and evening newscasts on Wednesday all punted on mentioning USA Today's above-the-fold scoop about how an "Istanbul-based college professor...accused by the Turkish government of coordinating last month'sShow More Summary
Submitted by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, That was fast. Yesterday I told you how a consortium of 15 Japanese banks had just signed up to implement new financial technology to clear and settle international financial transactions. This...Show More Summary
Napoli & Harry Kane By Benjamin Newman Thursday, August 25th, 2016 07:08 Napoli & Harry Kane How bonkers is this! An attention-grabbing story has been peddled by Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, claiming that Napoli have attempted to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer. Show More Summary