Another week, another carefully curated selection of Tumblr blogs for you to follow. This week’s lineup sees a mix of photography from the New York Times’ vast picture archive, bad advice for even worse people, scans of Keith Haring’s…...Show More Summary
Last week, actress Evan Rachel Wood was royally pissed on Twitter. This time, it was over her edited and sanitized sex scene. When Wood saw the R-rated theatrical version of Charlie Countryman, her new indie action-comedy, she noticed a conspicuous absence of cunnilingus. Show More Summary
The trailer for Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is being released this week but over at ComicBookMovie.com, they gave us a very brief peek. The clips are of the “don’t blink or you’ll miss it" variety and the text is in Spanish. Show More Summary
Sony has officially released a new banner for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2. Read the full article on AICN Hey Yo, Draven here. We had our first look at this AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 banner, late last week and it wasn’t the best look as it was a picture snapped in a theater. Show More Summary
The holidays caused a little bit of a snafu with this week’s releases. Don’t feel as if you got scrooged, our The Wolverine review will be up as soon as possible! Smurfs 2 Blu-ray Movies geared towards kids need a lot of energy and goofiness, and The Smurfs 2 is not lacking on any of those counts. Show More Summary
As of this week, you can add waiting for a school bus and carrying out legal guardianship of a 13 year-old white girl to the list of things it's no longer safe to do while black. Over the weekend, 13 year-old Landry Thompson was handcuffed...Show More Summary
This week is arty-fatty all right, as December 5 - 8 runs Art Basel Miami Beach, an annual collection of modern art fairs that attracts 50,000 visitors to do some $500 million in sales. Of course that's just the top of the iceberg, as Basel is just as much about the societal buzz of the week as it is about the serious artwork and structured events. Show More Summary
You've probably heard someone say, "I'm fat but fit." Several recent studies have suggested this statement could be true. But a new review of existing studies published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine may put a stop to the rumor. "Healthy obesity" is just a myth, the study authors say. Some background Scientists know that […]
Time Warner Cable will start carrying the news channel Al Jazeera America this week.
By Charles Webb If this week's DVD release of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" has whet your appetite for more film entries in the urban fantasy series, you're in luck. While Constantin Films has pushed back the start date for the movie to 2014, series author Cassandra Clare spoke to MTV News about what […]
Last week the ABA Journal announced its selections for the Blawg 100 -- a list of (some of the) best legal blogs on the web today. And, guess what? This very blog that you are reading right now -- Technologist -- was nominated. Can I get a "Yeahhhhhhh Boyeeeeee!" If......
This week, Pace University is hiring an art director, while Landor needs a 3D designer. Lagos is seeking an art director, and Brilliant Earth is on the hunt for a digital designer. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, andShow More Summary
Two weeks ago, a double suicide bombing outside the Iranian Embassy in Beirut killed 23 people and injured 147. An Al-Qaeda affiliated Sunni militant group claimed responsibility. They made it clear that this bombing was linked to the war in Syria. Show More Summary
By Markus Aarnio: In this article, I will feature one biotech company that has seen intensive insider buying during the last 30 days. Intensive insider buying can be defined by the following three criteria: The stock is purchased byShow More Summary
In an effort to mercilessly beat this old news story into the ground, I thought it would be a good idea to compile a list of things that may be on Nick Starr's iPod. Remember Nick Starr? Yes, it's easy to forget last week's news in today's fast fleeting net-memory webtertainment. Show More Summary
By David M. Drucker | Washington Examiner House Republicans this week will continue their aggressive dissection of Obamacare, with four planned committee oversight hearings that will probe far beyond the troubled healthcare.gov website that the Obama administration says is on the mend. The Republicans’ strategy of digging deeper in the ongoing implementation of the Affordable...
The post else 12.2: “Anchoring digital existence in the physical world” appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. This week we get creative with 3D self-portraits, drones deliver in 30 minutes or less, we play Moneyball with job performance, 23andMe’s FDA troubles point to emerging data literacy problems, and language artifacts emerge. Show More Summary
What's more important: free speech or the safety and security of the President? Ideally, we'd have both, but the government is arguing, in a case granted review by the Supreme Court earlier this week, that a recent holding by the Ninth Circuit ensures that the President's security detail will be......
With the Spike VGX awards set for this Saturday, there will be number titles ready to show off new footage and even be revealed for the first time. The already confirmed titles ready to premiere new trailers are The Witcher 3, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Titanfall, Thief, and Quantum Break. Show More Summary
This week I’m mixing things up, pointing you not just to great ladyblog reads but also discoveries from the interwebz that may be of interest to you, dear ladyblog enthusiasts. This showed up on my Tumblr dash and I LOL’d hard: The Onion mocks all of those media outlets for needing a cookie each time […]