Imagine this: Someone moves into your neighborhood and, every 10 seconds, fires off an airgun that's louder than a jet engine. And it goes on for weeks or months at a time. It's painful and debilitating, so loud that some of your neighbors...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Owen’s personal blog. I had an interesting experience this week when I tried to cancel my Spotify account. When you visit the cancellation page, you’re asked to give a reason about why you’re canceling. Show More Summary
A new survey claims to have found the perfect balance point between neglect and micromanagement.
This week’s Judge Spotlight focuses on [Andrew "Bunnie" Huang]. If you haven’t heard of him you need to pay more attention. His hacker cred goes way back to the original Xbox, which he reverse engineered and laid bare its security flaws. Show More Summary
The Internal Revenue Service is looking for a contractor to destroy 75,000 electronic storage devices, including thousands of hard drives, according to a solicitation from the agency this week. The IRS said it is “entrusted with a tremendous...Show More Summary
Two great stories from this years WSOP are Jonathan Dimming taking down the Millionaire Maker Event and Maria Ho once again being the last woman standing at the Main Event. They both chat with Bernard this week.
Hundreds rallied in Baghdad this week in solidarity with the thousands of Christians forced to flee from Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, after the terrorist group Islamic State (IS) demanded that all Christians in the city convert and pay an infidel's tax, leave, or be killed. Show More Summary
Kim Kardashian is an easy target. She’s frequently mocked by comedians, angry internet trolls, gossip magazines, and now, apparently, the EPA. The EPA water office sent out a bizarre tweet earlier this week mocking Kim Kardashian and her new iPhone app. The message read: “I’m now a C-list celebrity in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Come join me […]
Former NFL coach-turned-NBC analyst Tony Dungy said this week that he would not have taken the NFL’s first openly gay player Michael Sam onto a team, “Not because I don’t believe Michael Sam should have a chance to play, but...
Eater's Senior Critic Robert Sietsema treks out to Jackson Heights in NYC this week to review Bella Puebla, a "Pueblan restaurant with the most complete menu in the city." Sietsema is a fan of the "tacos arabes ("Arab tacos"). Consisting...
I can’t stop listening to DJ Paypal’s Drake Edits this week, but the one I’m turning to the most is Paypal’s and TICKLISH’s rework of Worst Behavior. Crazy high BPM and almost Jersey club-like work on the vocals. This is very different footwork than the likes of Teklife, wilder and brighter, and not calm, cool, and collected at all. Show More Summary
Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy was the winner of Keith Olbermann's "World's Worst Person in Sports" Monday night after he said this week that he would not have drafted Michael Sam, who will likely become the first openly gay man to play in the NFL this fall.
This is the first entry in a weekly series of interviews with media veterans, offering in-the-trenches advice to help PR people be less irritating -- and more successful -- in their careers. Whether you're a new graduate wondering if...Show More Summary
This week’s episode of Covert Affairs (Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET on USA) continues the search for the Postman and puts Auggie
Last week Stephen Steinlight, a senior policy analyst for the Center for Immigration Studies, spoke in front of a Tea Party group in Sebring, Fla. As you might expect in such a setting, this was not what you might call a particularly immigration-friendly gathering. Show More Summary
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are backing online auction house Paddle8--and peddling Banksy, Claes Oldenburg, and Andy Warhol this week. Somewhere Andy Warhol is smiling a crooked smile. Read Full Story
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said this week it's easier for athletic programs to cheat these days because the NCAA has become overwhelmed with other legal issues that occupy its time and energy.
This week's on-demand and DVD highlights also include 'Insomnia' and 'Transcendence.'
Plus: A devoted mother of three with kidney failure learns an angel might be closer than she realizes. And: Dr. Debbie Yi faces heartbreaking disappointment and opens up, for the first time, about her own personal struggle after a patient experiences a similar traumatic loss....
It’s an interesting mix of news in this week’s selection of smart grid wins. Check out projects and accomplishments from GRID20/20, Siemens, Itron and others. via Smart Grid: Big wins for GRID20/20, Itron, Siemens and more smart grid companies.