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Mike Nichols, 83: A prolific theater director who could do it all

8 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

From his popular act with Elaine May to his widely lauded directorial efforts on Broadway that netted him multiple Tony Awards, Mike Nichols was a giant of the New York theater scene -- a world he never abandoned despite his success in Hollywood.

Punt Brothers will give you this Sega Genesis for Rajon Rondo

Do not push for Neo-Geo, though. That's a non-starter. This week on Punt Brothers, Jane and Ryan bring back Paul Flannery, widely regarded as the stretch four of the NBA writing world, to discuss: - Why we can't shut up about the Lakers -...Show More Summary

Dubious Sports Records Held by Superstars

Though we often romanticize and idolize our legends of sport, they—perhaps better than anyone—teach us that with true greatness comes frequent failure. Simply put, in the wide world of sports, some of the most iconic names sit beside...Show More Summary

Cryptologic Radio: Adam Davies-Manbeasts: A Personal Investigation

This week our guest is British author and cryptozoological investigator/researcher Adam Davies. Adam has been all over the world investigating and researching a wide array of cryptids. From the Orang Pendek in Sumatra, the Almasty is...Show More Summary

A $40M Ad Budget Buys ‘Game of War: Fire Age’ Kate Upton

If you’ve been on the internet any time in the past few months, you can’t escape ads for Game of War: Fire Age. They’ve blanketed, and banner ad slots the world wide web over, promoting the self-described “F2P MMO,” whose title is an apparent word vomit amalgam of Game of Thrones, God of War, […]

Great Britons: William Shakespeare – A Primer on the Greatest English Playwright

William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called England’s national poet and the “Bard of Avon”. His...Show More Summary

Cisco, Mozilla & friends launch Let’s Encrypt to simplify Internet security

A motley crew of tech firms have banded together to launch a new certificate authority initiative called “Let’s Encrypt”, that hopes to make the World Wide Web a safer place to be. Let’s Encrypt, which is backed by Akamai Technologies … Continue reading ?

Prank your friends with a Camera RickRoll

Rickrolling is almost as old as the world wide web itself, but filling someone's iOS Camera Roll with photos of the beloved Rick Astley is something I've never seen done before. This new take on the rickroll requires you to gain access to your...

Sir Mix-A-Lot finally reveals which celebrity's butt inspired him to write "Baby Got Back."

yesterdayOdd : Happy Place

In the wake of Kim Kardashian's glistening posterior's terrorist attack on the World Wide Web, hip-hop artist Sir Mix-a-Lot ended his historic silence concerning the identity of the baby whose back got him so sufficiently sprung that...Show More Summary

PHOTOS: Men With Their Legs Spread on Public Transit

As New York prepares to crack down on the wide stance of men on the subway, we take a look at guys monopolizing space on transit systems around the world. read more

Cristiano Ronaldo Earns How Much? Soccer Star’s Yearly Income Revealed And It’s Astronomical

Cristiano Ronaldo is widely regarded as the best soccer player in the world at the moment, and it appears as though his huge talent is reflected by a massive income. According to Forbes [via Yahoo], the Real Madrid striker has made an estimated $90 million before taxes in the past 12 months alone. Show More Summary

Could We Finally See ’7500,’ Thanks to Lionsgate?

Variety reports that Lionsgate has struck a deal with CBS Films to distribute the movie company’s wide release movies over the next three years. It has been suggested that the shelved 7500 – out all over the world already – could finally find a release through Lionsgate. My guess is that it would be one […]

The Cobbler Trailer: Adam Sandler Is Literally Walking in Other People's Shoes

Adam Sandler is taking on the wide world of shoe repair with his new comedy, The Cobbler. Like in 2006's Click, Sandler plays a regular Joe whose life changes when he encounters some inexplicable magic. This time, he's a shoe cobbler who discovers that when he puts on his clients' shoes, he turns into them. Show More Summary

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ – Get Ready For – Yawn – A Ton Of Jennifer Lawrence And Michael Fassbender

If you were hoping that X-Men: Apocalypse would focus a bit more on the wide world of mutants outside of the ones already explored to death in previous X-Men films, sorry. A new report claims that X-Men: Apocalypse will have a heavyShow More Summary

Obama Heroically Wages Internet War, But Misses World Wide Web Target

About eight months ago, in March 2014, the powers that be behind the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) gathered together in Singapore to discuss the transition of stewardship from the U.S. government to a "global...Show More Summary

Obama Heroically Wages Internet War, But Misses World Wide Web Target

About eight months ago, in March 2014, the powers that be behind the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) gathered together in Singapore to discuss the transition of stewardship from the U.S. government to a "global...Show More Summary

Manuel Neuer Could Save FIFA World Cup's Relevance in Ballon d'Or Vote

Since its inception in 1930, the World Cup has been widely regarded as football's greatest prize. Since 1956, and especially since it was merged with the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2010, the Ballon d'Or has similarly been considered the greatest individual achievement in world football. Show More Summary

What It Was Like To Hang With Tech's Biggest Stars During The Golden Days Of Silicon Valley

The 1980s and 1990s were a pivotal time for innovation in Silicon Valley. In 1981, shortly after Apple released the Apple 1, IBM introduced the first PC. A few years later, the World Wide Web would be born. Documentary photographer Doug Menuez happened to be in Silicon Valley at the time. Show More Summary

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