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Free Rice: Quiz Yourself and Help End Hunger

From the United Nations World Food Program, these games help students test their knowledge of a wide variety of subjects from famous paintings to flags of the world.

'Assassin's Creed Identity' Getting Premium DLC Alongside Android Release on May 18th

After a loooonnng soft-launch, Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Identity [$4.99] finally launched world wide just over two months ago. Having not played an Assassin's Creed game since the second game in the series back in 2009, I wasn't totally sure what to expect from this mobile edition. As it turned out I was pleasantly surprised to

Rube Goldberg HTML form

yesterdayHumor / odd : Kottke.org

Ahhh, this makes me nostalgic for the 90s World Wide Web. Designer Sebastian Serena has built a Rube Goldberg machine out of HTML form elements. Once you start, you'll watch the whole thing. (via @Colossal) Tags: HTML Sebastian Serena WWW design

How standardizing DRM will make us all less secure

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

After decades of fighting for open Web standards that let anyone implement software to receive and render online data, the World Wide Web Consortium changed course and created EME, a DRM system that locks up video in formats that can...Show More Summary

YES: World's Most Beautiful Woman By Wide Media Consensus, Caitlyn Jenner, to Pose Nude for Sports Illustrated

ESPN and Sports Illustrated continue to sell barely-disguised homoeroticism to hetero-identifying men. Caitlyn Jenner will appear on a summer cover of Sports Illustrated wearing "nothing but an American flag and her Olympic medal,: a source reveals in the latest issue...

How to Make the Most Beautiful Cheesecake in the Whole Wide World

This recipe makes the average cheesecake look like garbage thanks to a sheep’s milk ricotta filling, pistachio crust, and a gorgeous fruit topping.

Thomas Friedman's Grand Bargain Scheme: Lie About the Folks You Disagree With

Thomas Friedman really is a gift to the world. As a long established New York Times columnist and author of many widely touted books, he is a great source of insight into establishment thinking. He comes through brilliantly in his column...Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'We Want to Change the World Through Our Products'

Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke with CNBC's Mad Money host Jim Cramer yesterday for a two-part interview covering a wide range of topics. In the second portion of the interview, which aired tonight, Cook talked about Apple's recent feud with...Show More Summary

The open web's guardians are acting like it's already dead

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The World Wide Web Consortium -- an influential standards body devoted to the open web -- used to make standards that would let anyone make a browser that could view the whole Web; now they're making standards that let the giant browser companies and giant entertainment companies decide which browsers will and won't work on the Web of the future. (more…)

Violence in Syria escalates; world leaders seek truce in Aleppo

Syrian opposition fighters on Tuesday shelled government-held parts of Aleppo, killing at least 12 people, as the army claimed that it was repelling a wide offensive by the rebels in the country's largest city. Activists, meanwhile, said government forces were shelling rebel-held parts of the city,...

Leicester City’s gift of hope to the sporting world

3 days agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

It’s a story for the ages. The Greatest Sporting Story Ever Told. A discredited manager, widely ridiculed upon appointment after overseeing a humiliating Euro qualifying campaign by Greece which involved losing to the Faroe Islands. Upon being sacked, the Greek football authorities stated that Ranieri had been “a most unfortunate choice of coach.” Upon being more...

Breaking the Blockade: The Advertising War Continues

“Ad block is a threat to the very existence of the World Wide Web.” (AdSupply) “[A great man] thinks of his enemy as the shadow that he himself casts.” (Lao Tzu) As I’ve said before, I’m just not sure how many people truly grasp the make-up of our digital world, and just how central advertising […]

Learn how to rise to the top as an entrepreneur in our next #BizChats

The barrier of entry into the world of entrepreneurship has been blown wide open. The biggest and brightest entrepreneurs can be any person at any age from any background.  SEE ALSO: 5 awkward situations you'll have to navigate as aShow More Summary

9 Male Stars Have Who Shown Us WAY Too Much

Not all male celebrities can keep it in their pants. These guys have all been exposed online... if you know what we mean! (We mean the World Wide Web has unfortunately seen portions of their penis.) 1. Brett Favre Brett Favre didn't just send another woman a photo of his penis in 2010. Show More Summary

Parties Weren't Meant to Last: Artists Pay Tribute to Prince

The world was stunned last Thursday by the unexpected death of Prince Rogers Nelson, known to the world simply as Prince. Prince was a legendary musician, whose records crossed all boundaries of style and genre. He was widely considered one of the best guitarists who ever lived. Show More Summary

Dyneema Denim Is the Most Durable Single-Layer Denim in the World

Dyneema, widely considered to be the world’s strongest, thinnest microfiber, has been used to craft a line of “Unbreakable” pants and jackets for Australian motorcycle label Saint. As a thin microfiber, Dyneema is woven with other materials to create ultra-strong fabrics that are light, soft, silky and cool to the touch. Produced in collaboration with Italian denim […]

Walter Kohn dies at 93; UC Santa Barbara physicist shared Nobel Prize in chemistry

Walter Kohn, a UC Santa Barbara physicist who shared a Nobel Prize for a widely used theory in materials science — and who warned that "science is both a wonderful and terrible force in our world" — died April 19. He was 93. Kohn's health had declined in recent months after he broke his hip in...

J. Robert Oppenheimer, the Man Behind the Bomb

J. Robert Oppenheimer was a man interested in mystic Eastern religions, a Communist sympathizer, and widely considered, "the father of the atomic bomb." Over 70 years after the Manhattan Project, the world is still reeling from the effects of dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Show More Summary

These Are The Worst Celebrity Exercise Videos

last weekSports : Deadspin

We are truly blessed that there was a time period in which many famous celebrities cashed in with poorly executed workout videos. We are even more blessed that World Wide Interweb compiled the worst celebrity workout videos it could find. Read more...

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