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Decoding the College Reunion Invitation

Two weeks ago, I received my college reunion invitation. Since I was in the middle of conference planning, I didn’t really have time to process this. However, now that the conference is over, I can begin weeping or rather just aggressively refuse to be nostalgic. Now, I should point out that this is my five-year... Continue reading ?

Bill Nye, Ken Ham Both Declare Victory in Evolution vs. Creationism Debate

2 minutes agoNews : Mediaite

Bill Nye wrote an article this week on his big creation debate with Ken Ham, claiming a victory against bad science education, but Ham shot back this week claiming a victory for Christians as a result of the debate.

A transitional moment for advisors

Robo-advisors have been all over the news this week. Two of the bigger players in the space Betterment and Learnvest both announced they had raised […] The post A transitional moment for advisors appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Loom’s next step in image management: joining with Dropbox

12 minutes agoArts / Photography : Photocritic

Last week was a big week for Dropbox, with the unveiling of its ‘Home for Life’ project, the introduction of Carousel, and the appointment of new board members. This week, its expansion continues as it adds photo storage and systematisation app Loom to its family of purchases. Loom is an app that we’ve featured a […]

Idina Menzel & Kristen Bell Continue To Carry Frozen To The Top Of The Billboard Charts!

13 minutes agoLifestyle / Fashion : CocoPerez

Its anthem may be Let It Go, but Frozen won't be letting go of its seat on top of the Billboard music charts anytime soon. The popular Disney soundtrack continues to slay at number one, making this the tenth, nonconsecutive week, it has been on the charts! According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album's cumulative sales add up [...]

There Is Still Some Honor in This Country

Last week, the people who make this country's highest award for journalism brought honor to their profession by celebrating the courageous Guardian and Washington Post journalists who shared the evidence of government criminality exposed...Show More Summary

WTF Moment Of The Week: No One Bought Japanese Bonds For 36 Hours This Week

Submitted by John Rubino via Dollar Collapse blog, Here’s something you don’t see very often: For a day and a half this week, the Japanese government’s benchmark 10-year bonds attracted not a single successful private sector bid. AtShow More Summary

New Boeing Plane Orders Wiped Out by Cancellations

For Boeing this week, it's five steps forward, five steps back.

TV Belongs to the People, Not ABC

Next week, the Supreme Court will hear ABC v. Aereo, in which the venerable broadcast network will argue that Aereo—a pay service that lets customers stream network TV content to any device they want—is piracy. "This, quite simply, goes against everything the broadcast industry has agreed to over...

UFC Fighter Jon Jones Claims He Didn't Make Homophobic Slurs on Instagram

39 minutes agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

A Swedish Instagram user and MMA fan named Daniel Javid accused UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones this week of attacking him with homophobic slurs, Cage Potato reports. The official explanation from Jones’s manager Malki Kawa is that his phone was...

'American Idol' Top 7 Predictions: Which Singer Will 'Sail Away' from the Competition?

41 minutes agoEntertainment / Television : BuddyTV

With this week's theme being "Competitor's Pick," American Idol could have easily turned into a night of sabotage. But it didn't. The Top 7 played nice, and even provided a ton of fantastic song choices for everyone to choose from. (You can bet that if this were The X Factor, Simon and Co. Show More Summary

Popcorn & Candy: Record Store Day Edition

This week in film: One of the best music movies in years, Alan Partridge on the big-screen, an alien Christ figure, and more. [ more › ]

Microsoft launches pilot program for letting Windows Phone developers respond to app reviews

Microsoft today announced the launch a small pilot program that lets Windows Phone developers respond to app reviews. The company says the roll-out will begin this week with a small group of developers who have been pre-selected to participate, though it didn’t say based on what criteria. Show More Summary

Shoo’s Bird’s Eye View — Episode 3: 5-Second Rule

44 minutes agoEntertainment / Humor : Funny or Die

Shoo’s Bird’s Eye View — Episode 3: 5... 0:48 This week, Shoo exposes something that everyone does, but doesn’t admit to. Presented by JetBlue and Funny or Die. Tune in every week at Submitted by: BrandedEntertainment Sponsored Keywords: JetBlue jet blue plane shoo bird birds Views: 1,554

Hear This: Sleater-Kinney’s “I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone” is the sound of riot grrrl moving beyond itself

In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well—some inspired by a weekly theme and some not, but always songs worth hearing. This week, as Bikini Kill reissues one of its old LPs, we’re highlighting our favorite riot grrrl bands. Show More Summary

Iranian woman forgives son's killer at the gallows

The execution of an Iranian convicted of murder was halted at the very last minute in a dramatic scene this week when the mother of his victim forgave him as he stood on the gallows with the noose around his neck, according to Iranian media.

Where’s My Water? XYY and Disney Solitaire now available in the Windows Store

It’s hard not to be a fan of Disney, especially their great games for kids of all ages. This week, there are two new games to play on your Windows devices – just in time to add to your Spring Break fun. Let’s take a look… Where’s MyShow More Summary

Chelsea Handler denies CBS rumors on ‘Ellen’ — VIDEO

Earlier this week, Chelsea Handler posted a photo on her Instagram of a large dog sitting on her lap — but the

Watch This: Humans get hacked in a landmark dystopian anime

Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Transcendence has us scanning our memory banks in search of the best technophobic thrillers. Ghost In The Shell (1995) The title card that introduces Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost In The Shell is split into two sentences. Show More Summary

In The End, The Atlantic Wasn't The Worst Division Of All Time

57 minutes agoSports : Deadspin

Here's how the Eastern Conference's Atlantic Division stood, a couple weeks into this season: Read more...

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