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Horny male seeks mate: Kenya's last northern white rhino joins Tinder

3 minutes agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

NAIROBI, April 25 (Reuters) - Like many guys using the Tinder dating app, Sudan loves the outdoors and travels widely. The catch: he's the world's last male white northern rhino and desperately needs to mate. Read more| Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Twangville Premiere: Ronnie Fauss covers Merle Haggard

21 minutes agoMusic / Country : Twangville

Back in a earlier time (e.g. 2 years ago), Tuesday was widely known among US music aficionados as album release day. Then the world changed when the music industry decided that Friday would be a much better day to unleash new music. Well, with an ode to that bygone Tuesday era, Twangville if offering up […]

I Saw the Heath Ledger Documentary & Here’s What You Need to Know About It

On January 22, 2008, Hollywood – no, the world – lost someone widely considered to be the greatest actor of his generation. At just 28 years old, Heath Ledger tragically passed away on what toxicologists described was “the result of acute intoxication by the combined effects” of prescription drugs. Like any sudden death of a celebrity adored by […]

ESPN To Cut More Than 40 On-Air Personalities in May

12 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

The struggle at the World Wide leader in sports is real. Over the past year or two, ESPN watched as big name on-air talent bolted for the exit to sign on with Fox Sports and it looks as if there will be more headed that way, but instead of just leaving, they will be shown the […]

Neural Networks: You’ve Got It So Easy

22 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Neural networks are all the rage right now with increasing numbers of hackers, students, researchers, and businesses getting involved. The last resurgence was in the 80s and 90s, when there was little or no World Wide Web and few neural network tools. Show More Summary

The Humble Unicorn Bundle, get great, DRM-free fantasy novels, support environmental causes

2 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Steven Boyett writes, "Humble Bundle has released a unicorn-themed Bundle, with proceeds to benefit the World Wide Fund for Nature and Fauna & Flora International. For as little as $1.00, you can get Ariel, by Steven R. Boyett (full disclosure: that's me); Unicorn Mountain, by Michael Bishop; Homeward Bound, by Bruce Coville; and Unicorn Triangle, by Patricia McKillip." (more…)

Tribeca 2017: “Gilbert,” “Hounds of Love,” “Aardvark”

A great film festival offers movie lovers a wide array of offerings on its opening weekend. Fests like Sundance and Toronto are downright overwhelming in just their first 72 hours, presenting dozens of films from around the world and from every possible genre. Show More Summary

Shopify Launches Chip & Swipe Card Reader for On-Site Business

Shopify is transitioning from the World Wide Web to the real world, presenting their new chip and swipe card reader. The device will allow businesses and their customizers to quickly and conveniently pay for goods on-site. The reader is ultimately designed for selling at festivals, pop-ups and markets, as it can be used almost anywhere, […]

10 things in tech you need to know today (FB, GOOG, MSFT)

Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know to end your week. 1. Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and major players in the advertising world are discussing adopting ad blocking on a wide scale, Ad Age reports. The new "technology" might be implemented by the end of the year. 2. Show More Summary

The web is a portal to other worlds

4 days agoHumor / odd :

Like I mentioned in the post on web comedy, something about the experience of the World Wide Web, the experience of working with a screen, seems to loosen our hold on reality. Maybe we’ve trained ourselves to do it by reading stories and playing video games with very vague visual details (sometimes just text). Show More Summary

How Bashar Assad rose from a comfortable childhood to become one of the deadliest world leaders in modern history

Syrian President Bashar Assad has been widely accused of war crimes for the mass torture and killings carried out by his military throughout more than six years of civil war. Assad has managed to cling to power thanks to a brutal scorched...Show More Summary

How can we save the digital pieces of our hybrid lives?

4 days agoHumor / odd :

My friend Brian McCullough is an internet historian and podcaster. In this blog post, he takes my idea of a time capsule for the World Wide Web containing the best examples in different forms and flips it on its head. When I go to Google...Show More Summary

The web’s most useful tools and sites

5 days agoHumor / odd :

The World Wide Web isn’t all fun and games. This isn’t television! This isn’t an arcade! This is computing! We’ve got high-powered work machines tuned into this thing! With keyboards and mice and productivity software and everything! These...Show More Summary

13 Unique Things to Do on Your Next Trip to Las Vegas

Hot take: if what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, you're not doing it right. There is so much more to the entertainment capital of the world than the casinos and clubs it's widely known for, making it crazy easy to fill a weekend with activities that won't bring you anywhere near a slot machine lever. Show More Summary

Fryer: John Gibson or Jonathan Bernier? Ducks should stick with Gibson in goal for Game 4

What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on here … The Ducks replaced starting goaltender John Gibson with Jonathan Bernier on Monday immediately after the Flames scored a power-play goal to give them a three-goal lead in the second period. The Ducks from there would overcome a three-goal deficit to beat Calgary, […]

A Time Capsule for the World Wide Web

last weekHumor / odd :

There’s an Achewood comic that I love where Ray, one of the strip’s deeply flawed but endearing animal protagonists, frustrated with browsing eBay, types “WHAT’S THE BEST THING YOU GOT” into the search bar. This unlocks a special store...Show More Summary

Web Creator Fears Robots Will Start Companies

The creator of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee, fears a nightmare scenario where artificial intelligence (AI) could create and run their own companies. He said at the Innovate Finance Global Summit, "So when AI starts to make decisions such as who gets a mortgage, that's a big one. Show More Summary

The Hippie Toothbrush Experiment — Adventures With Natural Alternatives

If you, like me, have ever been curious about the wide, weird world of alternative tooth care, please join me for what I thought would be a deep dive but which instead turns out to have only just skimmed the surface. But since I don't think Apartment Therapy is looking for a weekly alternative dental care column (yet), this will likely be my only exploration. READ MORE »

TV Review: Praise be to the arresting, topical nightmare of The Handmaid’s Tale

In the theocratic republic of Gilead, Handmaids wear wide Dutch bonnets to conceal their faces from the world—and to shield the world from the Handmaids. But that doesn’t stop the camera of The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu’s take on the award-winning dystopian novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood. Show More Summary

What Is Rep. Duncan Hunter Up to on the World Wide Web?

last weekSports : Deadspin

On March 28, 265 members of Congress voted to repeal a set of Obama-era privacy rules that would have stopped internet service providers (ISPs) from selling your browsing data to advertisers without your consent. Popular arguments against this rule change include “protecting privacy” and “respecting consumers.”… Read more...

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