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    This is a video of a technician climbing up to the top of a transmission tower to do some maintenance work. I always assumed there were specific tools or safety precautions in place to protect them, but nope, they just climb up, dragging their toolbox on a rope behind them. No harnesses or anything. Well [...]...

    In a push to get people to actually use their site, Twitter has unveiled a new site redesign with a dual panel layout allowing easier and more intuitive navigation. Now you can click on an individual tweet and see more info about it, as well as any replies or retweets. It makes a lot more [...]...

    One of the funnier things ive seen today hahaha. You know, I prefer these mascots than the annoying dicks in giant fur suits Another one after the jump.

    Lady Gaga’s meat dress. It is a dress, made of meat. I suppose I will let the picture explain itself, there’s not much else really.

    Other than the fact that this infographic is supposedly written in the future (September 20, 2010), it does provide an interesting insight into the plight of the trapped Chilean miners. Thirty three miners have three holes – their sole key to survival. No sun, fresh air, their whole world are these 3 holes. Some notes: [...]...

    Man, I would have killed to hang out with the TMNT, back in the day. Hell even right now. If you stop to think about it, the whole concept of the show is so insanely crazy, it’s hard to see how anyone would have imagined that a show so outrageous would have been such a [...]...

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    It's the kickoff of the holiday season, and as a woman, there's only one thing that means: marshaling undue amounts of energy to please other people. One great tactic as we continue down this endless winding road is, of course, that of beautification. How can we all be more beautiful on noted beauty holiday, Thanksgiving? Read on, lovelies-that-shall-ever-work-to-be-lovelier, and see. Read more......

    Like stock car races or primary debates, balloon parades are an alleged form of entertainment that's mostly just boring until something goes wrong. Fortunately, with balloon accidents the resulting injuries are primarily psychic in nature—measured in months of therapy for poor Jacob after seeing Pikachu disemboweled by a lamppost—making them much more fun to watch.Read more......

    How does one eat a Thanksgiving meal? On its face this might seem like a ridiculous question, and also everywhere else too. I mean, who doesn't know how to eat? (Excepting the British, of course.) Thanksgiving is marked, more than anything else, by its abundance of tasty foodstuffs; practically speaking, it is a holiday devoted to eating. You load up your plate, you hoover down its contents, you wash them down with booze—what's so hard about that?Read more......

    On the third night of protests following a Ferguson grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown, Los Angeles police arrested 130 "unruly" demonstrators Wednesday for unlawful assembly and failure to disperse, ...

    It's Thanksgiving, which means it's time to be thankful for morons who attempt to fry their own turkeys. Here they are: The very best of the biggest Turkey Fryer Fails we found on the internet. Be safe!Read more......

    A Colorado man faces charges of felony menacing after police say he pointed a banana at officers, causing them to believe they were in "imminent danger" from "a deadly weapon," the NY Daily News reports.Read more......

    Thanksgiving, America's national pre-Black Friday ritual, has its origins as a celebration of harvest bounty and an opportunity to reflect on the things and people for which we're thankful. This is what the staff of Gawker is thankful for. What about you?Read more......

    Former child star Abigail Breslin, who is now 18 and still here guys!! released a music video this week insulting one of the 5 Seconds of Summer guys, angering the all-powerful Teen Twitter with her off-brand-Taylor-Swift opus. Read more......

    A horny old New Yorker's fantasy date with teenage twin sisters relieved him of a large sum of money as well as his ambulatory freedom last month, and though his memory of the affair may fade, the night will live forever thanks to a Penthouse-worthy police report.Read more......

    The Washington Post got a copy of Hillary Clinton's contract for a recent speaking engagement at UCLA* through a creative FOIA request, and for a true boss lady, Clinton's backstage demands ar
    Whenever we see Channing Tatum without a shirt on, it reminds us that shirts aren't really THAT necessary, right? Magic Mike was the perfect showcase for Channing's incredible abs! We gave the film a standing ovation…in our pants. This got us thinking about other celebs that leave us drooling over their five star 6-packs! CLICK HERE to see [...]...

    It's Thanksgiving again already?? Didn't we just have one of these last year?! LOLz! Wouldn't it be nice if celebrities were turkeys instead of people? You know, just for the holidays? Well it happened. Bam. CLICK HERE to view the gallery "Celebs Get Turkified! Gobble Gobble! (NSFW)" CLICK HERE to view the gallery "Celebs Get Turkified! Gobble Gobble! (NSFW)" CLICK HERE [...]...

    Thanksgiving is all about eating that delicious turkey. And one of the best parts of the turkey is the juicy, plump breast! So in honor of one of the best parts of today's fabulously delicious holiday, we've gathered some of the best celebrity breasts. Sure, you might not want to eat this sweet meat, but we bet you [...]...

    But first… let James Franco take a selfie! Ever think to yourself, "Hey, I love my calendar, but I wish there was more… how do I put this, James Franco staring at me?" Then this is the calendar for YOU. Whether you're a fan of the Gregorian, Julian, or even the Advent, you'll LOVE the James Franco selfie [...]...

    Grumpy Cat might never look happy to see people, but people are ALWAYS happy to see Grumpy Cat! Even celebrities, who meet all sorts of famous people every day, get super excited when Grumpy Cat is in their presence. While Jennifer Lopez has happily, and even grumpily, snapped a few pics with the famous cat, Aubrey Plaza [...]...
    The guys from Epic Meal Time may be Canadian, but they're still stuffing their faces for Turkey day ... and we guarantee your Aunt Betty won't be making this for Thanksgiving.Harley Morenstein tells us he was still hungry for holiday meats following… ...

    Scott Stapp believes President Obama sic'd the IRS on him as revenge for pot shots he took at the prez during a 2012 interview -- which is why he's damn near broke now. The former Creed front man spoke with the Roz and Mocha Show on KISS 92.5… ...

    Nothing like a little celebrity trash talk on Thanksgiving ... so, here's Kevin Hart explaining why he'd dominate Justin Bieber in a little 1-on-1. Here's the thing ... Hart says he's bigger and stronger than JB -- but according to our research… ...

    Former WWE Champ CM Punk claims he never quit the famous wrestling company ... he was FIRED -- and it all went down on his wedding day. Punk spoke out on the Art of Wrestling podcast with Colt Cabana for the first time since walking out on the… ...

    It's got to be Jennifer Aniston's worst nightmare ... another Angelina Jolie may be walking the face of the earth soon, because someone's in the market for an Angelina egg donor.The UCLA Daily Bruin ran a classified ad Friday seeking an egg donor… ...

    Devon Still's baby mama says there's NO court order requiring the Cincinnati Bengals player to pay child support for their cancer-stricken daughter Leah ... but says the two had a "voluntary agreement" which Devon stopped paying in July. TMZ… ...

    Waka Flocka Flame grew up on video games ... but he just met his Mario Kart match -- a 9 year-old boy who LOVES talking crap after beating his ass!Waka hit up an event for Project Cry No More Wednesday in Compton ... and that's where the rapper… ...

    No way to sugarcoat it -- being a polygamist is expensive during the holidays -- but "My Five Wives" patriarch Brady Williams has it more than covered this time around.Brady has 31 mouths to feed this year ... and the grocery list is… ...

    Jeremy Renner could easily afford to pay someone to move his stuff ... but Wednesday in L.A. the actor showed he's a regular guy by doing some heavy couch lifting.Hawkeye was spotted near his home moving furniture into a moving truck with one of his… ...

    If you love gold -- and you LOVE weed -- then Tyga has just the thing for you ... gold-plated rolling papers.Tyga is a gold connoisseur himself --gold chains, gold relics, his soon-to-be released "Gold Album" -- and his new $5 million venture… ...
    Obama pardoned an Ebola riddled turkey and launched it free from the West Wing balcony so no single person should know the stigma of Ebola. This year, we’ll all be dead by Christmas. Cancel the shopping. Spend time with your loved ones and write a goodbye note to that family in Guatemala you’re supporting on […]...

    Girls without bras shopping for lingerie is a much needed break from watching 99-Cent stores burn to the ground. Angry mobs around the country are outraged at cops, and apparently at the former Vietnamese boat people who worked their asses off to own 99-Cent stores. I don’t know what possesses people to turn to fire […]...

    Nobody understands the aroma of rogue love better than Rihanna. It might smell like the back of Chris Brown’s hand or the taste of a Barbados fishing charter boat deck after too many mojitos and Strawberry Cough, but mostly to Rihanna, it smells like: …that moment when love first hits you with a wild rush […]...

    A woman never looks more serious than when she’s gazing into the distance without any underpants on. The thoughts that swirl deep within her cranium. Did I do right to divorce The Dream? What happens if I tell the world my nipples tingle several minutes before an earthquake? The eyes are the window to the […]...

    Hutt gangster Roseanne Barr posted a picture of her mutilated chemical-peeled face and said she had been beaten by Bill Cosby. Not funny. Cosby is a rapist not a woman beater. Also it’s Roseanne, so inherently not funny. See Roseanne’s fucked up grille, if you dare. (TMZ) Gigi Hadad is covered topless in Rolling Stone […]...

    If your grandmother posted selfies of her ass on the Internet you’d disown your entire family. If an Associated Press photographer starts documenting her senior citizen husband and herself naked around the house to show the beauty of aging, it’s necessarily a work of significance. With each one of these increasingly gross exhibits comes a motley […]...

    Cheryl Hines shared a delightful anecdote about her serially sexual deviant and Quasimoto resembling husband Robert Kennedy VII who just happens to have billions of dollars. Kennedy is surely rehabilitated following his well documented psychotic cheating episodes and definitely not a Patrick Bateman clone with no conscience, as evidenced by Hines’ story: “When she first […]...

    When did we become a nation that punishes the entrepreneurial spirit? Outrage ensued over a high school senior in Florida who turned her less bright future chick classmates into working whores via a virtual pimp station on Facebook. To me, this sounds like technology and teen spirit coming together as God and Small Business Association […]...

    Remember when Lululemon sent out a recall notice because ladies with enormous haunches were stretching their yoga pants to the point of being profane? Time to loosen the rules on the email spam filter. Photo Credit: AKM-GSI...

    I don’t know why the world needs 837 women’s swimwear lines. They’re all using the same models to sell the same bikinis that look fucking amazing if you’re a supermodel, slightly less so for a soccer mom from New Brunswick who thinks skipping dessert provides muscle tone. The toddler workers of Papau New Guinea can […]...
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    An all-electric car is in the works at Audi that will rival Tesla's Model S. The car will borrow technology from Audi's made-to-order R8 e-tron, and Audi says it's shooting for a range of 450 kilometers (280 miles), or, roughly in line with the class......

    Miss your chance at grabbing the largest video game collection that went up for auction earlier this year? Well now's your chance to fix that grave error -- possibly even at a discount. Due to legal reasons, Michael Thomasson can't divulge exactly wh......

    As bacteria get more resistant to antibiotics, researchers need to get more creative to clear them out. Researchers from the Tufts University and UIUC have definitely done that with a chip implant that can kill a localized staph infection with heat, ......

    YouTube's entry into the music streaming market certainly wasn't without a few raised eyebrows. First of all, Google (which owns YouTube) already has a music streaming service. Secondly, how is it going to handle all the unofficial music, remixes, pa......

    Christmas is coming, and that might mean it's time to treat yourself or a loved-one to a phone upgrade. To get customers signing on with Three, the UK network has begun trialling a same-day delivery service in London, removing the need to walk into a......

    After angering fans earlier this week, Lucasfilm has confirmed the first teaser trailer for the new Star Wars movie will be available online this Friday. The studio previously announced that an 88-second teaser would be shown in just 30 theaters nati......

    Like the lower back tattoo you got in college, everyone's been hoping that those mandated symbols on the bottom of your gadgets will just go away. Thankfully, the E-Label act has now been signed into law by President Obama, enabling gadget manufactur......

    The BBC holds a privileged position in the UK broadcasting market. As the beneficiary of your TV license fees, the Beeb picked up ÂŁ3.7 billion last year from Brits, helping it fund its TV, radio, and web services. Some -- notably its competitors -- a......

    Microsoft will hold an event this January to show off the new features of Windows 10, according to The Verge. Although January is traditionally dominated by the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Redmond is apparently planning a standalone event later ......

    High-end audio enthusiasts love FLAC since it promises to preserve everything just as it was heard in the studio. Unfortunately, it isn't the most widely-supported of formats, but it appears as if it's going to get a warm embrace in Windows 10. Gabri......
    New submitter ddtmm writes The Syrian Electronic Army is claiming responsibility for the hacking of multiple news websites, including CBC News. Some users trying to access the CBC website reported seeing a pop-up message reading: "You've been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA)." It appears the hack targeted a network used by many news organizations and businesses. A tweet from an account appearing to belong to the Syrian Electronic Army suggested the attacks were meant to coincide with the U.S. Thanksgiving on Thursday. The group claimed to have used the domain Gigya.com, a company that offers businesses a customer identity management platform, to hack into other sites via GoDaddy, its domain registrar. Gigya is "trusted by more than 700 leading brands," according to its website. The hacker or hackers redirected sites to the Syrian Electronic Army image that users saw. Gigya's operations team released a statement Thursday morning saying that it identified an issue with its doma...

    An anonymous reader writes Forbes magazine points out that tablet computers are receiving some of the biggest discounts for this year's day-after-Thanksgiving sales. "With slowing growth in the tablet market and an increasing array of choices, some of the strongest bargains will come in that sector," they report, noting that Target is giving away a $140 gift card with purcahses of an iPad Air 2 (and a $100 gift card with the iPad Mini or first-generation iPad Air). But Amazon has already launched a counter-strike, posting big discounts online on Thanksgiving day for their entire line of Kindles, including a black-and-white Kindle for just $49, and their 6-inch color/high-definition HD6 for just $79. ...

    An anonymous reader writes Last week, Riecoin – a project that doubles as decentralized virtual currency and a distributed computing system — quietly broke the record for the largest prime number sextuplet. This happened on November 17, 2014 at 19:50 GMT and the calculation took only 70 minutes using the massive distributed computing power of its network. This week the feat was outdone and the project beat its own record on November 24, 2014 at 20:28 GMT achieving numbers 654 digits long, 21 more than its previous record. ...

    Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "Britain's National Museum of Computing has flipped the switch on the venerable Edsac computer. The arduous task of reconstructing the 1949 behemoth, fraught with little in terms of the original hardware or documentation, was brought to fruition on Wednesday. As project lead, Andrew Herbert, is quoted as saying, "We face the same challenges as those remarkable pioneers who succeeded in building a machine that transformed computing." A remarkably shaky video of the event, replete with excellent views of the floor at the videographer's feet, can be found here." ...

    A few days ago you had a chance to ask the people at Hampton Creek about about their products and the science of food. Below you'll find the answers to your questions from a number of Hampton Creek employees. ...

    Zothecula writes Security researcher GironSec has pulled Uber's Android app apart and discovered that it's sending a huge amount of personal data back to base – including your call logs, what apps you've got installed, whether your phone is vulnerable to certain malware, whether your phone is rooted, and your SMS and MMS logs, which it explicitly doesn't have permission to do. It's the latest in a series of big-time missteps for a company whose core business model is, frankly, illegal in most of its markets as well. ...

    mpicpp writes with this news from the BBC: Google is under fresh pressure to expand the 'right to be forgotten' to its international .com search tool. A panel of EU data protection watchdogs said the move was necessary to prevent the law from being circumvented. Google currently de-lists results that appear in the European versions of its search engines, but not the international one. The panel said it would advise member states' data protection agencies of its view in new guidelines. However, a link is provided at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen offering an option to switch to the international .com version. This link does not appear if the users attempted to go to a regional version in the first place. Even so, it means it is possible for people in Europe to easily opt out of the censored lists. ...

    jones_supa writes Windows Media Player is going to become a more useful media player for those who want to play geeky file formats. Microsoft has earlier confirmed that Windows 10 will come with native support for Matroska Video, but the company now talks about also adding FLAC support. Microsoft's Gabriel Aul posted a teaser screenshot in Twitter showing support for this particular format. It can be expected to arrive in a future update for people running the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Not many GUI changes seem to be happening around Media Player, but work is done under the hood. ...

    HughPickens.com writes Brian Fung writes in the Washington Post that Wikipedia has been a little hesitant to weigh in on net neutrality, the idea that all Web traffic should be treated equally by Internet service providers such as Comcast or Time Warner Cable. That's because the folks behind Wikipedia actually see a non-neutral Internet as one way to spread information cheaply to users in developing countries. With Wikipedia Zero, users in places like Pakistan and Malaysia can browse the site without it counting it counting against the data caps on their cellphones or tablets. This preferential treatment for Wikipedia's site helps those who can't afford to pay for pricey data — but it sets the precedent for deals that cut against the net neutrality principle. "We believe in net neutrality in America," says Gayle Karen Young adding that Wikipedia Zero requires a different perspective elsewhere. "Partnering with telecom companies in the near term, it blurs the net neutrality line i...

    hcs_$reboot writes Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared on Saturday, 8 March 2014, while flying from Malaysia to Beijing with 239 people on board. And 8 months later, after millions of dollars invested in a gigantic search operation, there is still no sign of the aircraft. Now, Australia is developing a new model to predict where the debris of the missing MH370 could wash up. Authorities had initially predicted that the plane's wreckage could drift and come ashore on Indonesia's West Sumatra island after about 4 months of Flight MH370's disappearance. "We are currently working... to see if we can get an updated drift model for a much wider area where there might be possibilities of debris washing ashore," search co-ordinator Peter Foley told reporters in Perth. ...
     While almost anyone can wear any watch – some watch companies aim traditionally female watches at men with small wrists – a dedicated woman’s watch is beautiful, well-made, and timeless. Here are some of my favorites for the past year. Longines PrimaLuna Legible and elegant, the PrimaLuna collection by historic Swiss watch maker longines offers a variety of styles with… Read More ...

     As we approach the holiday season, San Francisco startup Doorman has been getting a lot of attention from the press — after all, by delivering packages when you’re actually home, rather than when it’s convenient for the delivery service, Doorman should reduce the risk that your gifts will get stolen while they’re sitting on your doorstep. I was actually quoted in an… Read More ...

     Windows Phone 8.1 accounted for more than 50 percent of all Windows Phone usage in November. It closed October with 46.7 percent of the market. Windows Phone 8, its predecessor, still controls 33.5 percent of the Windows Phone base. That amount will decline as more carriers update phones that were initially sold with an earlier version of the Windows Phone platform. Here’s the chart… Read More ...

     You have enough towels already. And owning more gadgets just means more under-utilized stuff gathering accusatory dust. So why not spend the Black Friday funds you’d set aside to spend on sales tomorrow helping to crowdfund a mission to The Moon instead? Read More ...

     Want to know just how many people actually care about what you’re tweeting? A new Twitter experiment spotted by ex-Twitter platform head Ryan Sarver will show many you how users are clicking on the links in the updates you post, with a handy link directly in the expanded Tweet view in the iOS application. As usual with Twitter’s features, this is limited to a small sample pool of… Read More ...

     With their array of shiny new features, bigger screens, and better hardware, there’s been no shortage of attention paid to the launch of the new iPhones. Early reviews seem to indicate that the company has, yet again, come through with another massive success. Read More ...

     It wasn’t easy accumulating the research data displayed in the following guide. I saw horrific sights working retail for seven long years in both a big box electronic store and a major shopping center. I saw things that will haunt me the rest of my days. I watched two kids get trampled by what I call Double-Wides because Circuit City clearanced-out Dreamcasts for $80 on Black Friday.… Read More ...

     Windows 10 is already a known quantity to some degree thanks to the developer preview, but Microsoft is holding an event late in January to present its consumer features properly, according to a new report from The Verge. The January event will include discussion of new features for end-users, including an all-new touch input interface called “Continuum.” Also on the agenda for… Read More ...

     We thought Triplanes disappeared after World War One. But a new startup aims to bring them back in a new hybrid electric aircraft, powered by biofuel. FaradAir is now raising money on Kickstarter to achieve its initial funding goals for its plane. The Bio-Electric-Hybrid-Aircraft or BEHA for short, aims to be the world’s first ‘Hybrid’ eco-friendly aircraft, but won’t… Read More ...

     Space Age is an old-school adventure game built for the iPhone and iPad from the developers of The Incident. Read More
    Neuroscientists scanned the brains of teenagers while they listened to criticism from their Moms. Areas of the teens' brains involved emotional regulation and taking other people's perspective appeared to shut down while they listened to the criticism. The post The Teen Brain “Shuts Down” When It Hears Mom’s Criticism appeared first on WIRED....

    Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, and hey, since being kind of contrary is the American way, why not celebrate this most delicious of holidays by watching some of the best TV from the country so many of those early settlers were fleeing? Yes, everybody knows about Sherlock and The Office, but there's a whole cornucopia of excellent and lesser-known British series ripe for the streaming on Netflix. Here's what you should be watching on Turkey Day. The post 10 British Shows You Need to Stream on Netflix This Thanksgiving appeared first on WIRED....

    Wild turkeys were “everywhere” on Cape Cod, despite having once been extinct in Massachusetts. The birds were also booming again in Ohio, Florida, Texas, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, and New Jersey, where turkey numbers had increased a thousand-fold since 1977, when 22 wild turkeys were brought in from New York and Vermont to restock what was then a virtually turkey-less state. A New Jersey biologist now assured the public: “I think that they are here to stay,” and a local Op-Ed writer attributed the turkey’s success, in part, to polygamy. The post The Weirdest Incidents Involving Wild Turkeys This Week appeared first on WIRED....

    Most users don’t need charts, they just need to know if a new pair of shoes is going to blow the weekly budget. The post A Stylish App That Helps You Stick to a Budget appeared first on WIRED.

    Design has been focused on the surfaces of computing, rendering pixels on screens. But now data is becoming an articulate medium of design, in its own right. The post The Next Era of Designers Will Use Data as Their Medium appeared first on WIRED....

    Two ocean systems that once rose and fell out of synch with each other are now rising in tandem. The post Science Graphic of the Week: Rising Sea Levels Show Strange Patterns appeared first on WIRED.

    Though most consumers still think of eBay strictly as online shopping, the company's official corporate mission is to become a venue for all commerce---and that means integrating with the physical world. The post EBay’s Plan to Reinvent Retail Shopping With Magic Mirrors appeared first on WIRED....

    Manufacturers run tests that are as straightforward as they are awesome: They turn on the jets and start throwing things in there. The post Watch GE Test Its Jet Engines by Putting Them Through Hell appeared first on WIRED....

    James Hoff's art glitches music and images with malware like NSA-created Stuxnet and the ILOVEYOU viruses. The post This Artist’s Images Integrate Code From Malware Like Stuxnet and Flame appeared first on WIRED....

    If regulation is a good thing, considerate regulation is even better. The post Rural Pilots Won’t Be Happy About the FAA’s New Drone Rules appeared first on WIRED.
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        The Children's Place's Black Friday sale is live! Shop for apparel for your kids at 50% off through the duration of this sale. Online shoppers, you'll even get free shipping with no minimum purchase required. All prices will be as marked online. Here's a look at some of our picks: Girls:...


        Black Friday deals are now live at Bench.ca and in Bench stores! Through November 30, you'll be able to shop regular priced styles at a 30% discount and take an extra 50% off already-reduced merchandise...

        If you've been lusting over the iPad Air 2, you'll want to check out this Black Friday deal from Staples.ca that's exclusively advertised here on RedFlagDeals.com! Starting November 28, you can get a new iPad Air 2 16GB with WiFi for just $499.00. That's a $50 savings and a great opportunity to grab the latest iPad, Ap...

        Here are two new Black Friday offers from StarbucksStore.ca! Through December 1, they are offering a discount of up to 40% off Verismo machines. The Verismo 580 Brewer, for example, is now just $69 and would make a great gift for any Starbucks lovers. Each machine you purchase will come with a box of Verismo Pods (12-servings) so you can sample...

        Steam's Exploration Sale is now live! This time around, it looks like the featured deals will rotate every 2 days and they'll have Daily Deals as well. The sale will run through December 2. Here are some of the featured deals available now: Bioshock infinite - $8.24 (was $32.99)...

        For Black Friday, Hollister is bumping up their storewide discount from 30% to 40%. As with last time, this discount will apply on almost everything, including jeans and outerwear. Clearance merchandise online, bras, Down Undies, and third party merchandise are excluded from this offer. To apply this discount on online purchases, use promo code 35888 at checkout. Otherwise, this discount will apply automatically at checkout when shopping in-stores. With this new ...

        Aritzia's Black Fiveday sale is now live both in-stores and online! Through December 1, select styles have been discounted by 40 to 60% off. All prices will be as marked online. We're seeing quite a wide variety of items on sale today, including some great discounts on outerwear. Some of the deals worth highlighting are: ...

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    The intersection of Broadway and 42nd Street and the surrounding neighborhood on New York City is at or near the top of any tourist destinations list. There are always amazing sights to see, and here's a collection of photos of the spectacles. --By Lane Turner
    The National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest deadline is approaching. It is Oct. 31. Here is a selection of entries that will be judged in three categories: people, places and nature. The Grand Prize Winner will receive $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., to participate in the annual National Geographic Photography Seminar in January 2015. For all of the photos in the contest, visit http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-contest/2014/
    Most boys of the Pokot tribe in Alale, Kenya, are unable to attend school due to their daily duty of cattle herding and their role as â??warriorsâ? to protect against cattle rustlers of the neighboring Turkana tribe. Dinah Hellen Chebitwey, a 52-year-old early childhood education officer, teaches Pokot boys the game of archery in an attempt to transform their skills into a means of peace-building. Chebitwey hopes to engage her counterpart in Turkana to create a program where boys from two rival communities can compete in the game of archery to deepen exchanges and learn to embrace peace. --By European Pressphoto Agency
    There were more shadows than light at Fenway Park this year. Although the World Champion Red Sox finished dead last this year, nearly 3 million fans watched them play. Because there were few highlights this season we take a last look at the slivers of light, patterns and people that make Fenway a special place. --By Stan Grossfeld
    Before cold temperatures arrive, nature treats us to a world of vibrant hues (21 photos try to capture the beauty) --By Leanne Burden Seidel.
    Seven months on, loved ones of passengers on a missing Malaysian airliner derive what comfort they can going forward from whatâ??s left behind. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, with 239 mostly Chinese people on board, disappeared on March 8 about an hour into a routine journey from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in the worldâ??s greatest aviation mystery. More than two dozen countries have been involved in the air, sea and underwater search for the Boeing 777 but months of sorties failed to turn up any trace - even after narrowing the search area to the southern Indian Ocean - long after batteries on the black box voice and data recorders had gone flat.
    All across the world, seasonal fairs are held to celebrate harvest, holidays and trade. People of all ages come out to explore, learn, and catch a thrill on rides.-- By Leanne Burden Seidel (28 photos total)
    The World Health Organization estimates that the Ebola virus has killed more than 3,400 people in West African countries and infected twice as many since the recent outbreak began. The World Bank estimates the economic impact of Ebola will exceed $32 billion by the end of next year. This collection of images shows the effects of the epidemic over the the last month in Africa.--By Lloyd Young
    Six years and 966 entries after this blog launched, it's time for some updates. We've got a new design. The pictures are bigger and you can enjoy them on your phones and tablets. Check us out at our new home on BostonGlobe.com But, don't worry! All our old entries will remain archived here on Boston.com. If you have any feedback on the changes, please let us know. — The Big Picture team
    The millions of tourists who flock to the Eiffel Tower will be treated to a new glass floor, creating a sensation of walking on air nearly 200 feet above ground. The $37.5 million reconstruction is likely to become a prime location for ?selfies,? with the first visitors spending time on the floor turning their phones towards themselves and the glass floor below. --Thea Breite (16 photos total) A bottom view of the new 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, October 6, 2014. The first floor of the iconic landmark was renovated and reopened. (Yoan Valat/EPA)
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    Happy Thanksgiving! Next week marks the last month of Gunshow. I got a story with the office friends for ya that should take up the rest of the month. Then... that's all. Please stay with me til then.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...

    That eBook Humor bundle is honkin' up and doin' good! Go for it if you want, like, 8 sweet things that will tickle your fancy like fancy feast. I also got an extra comic for you up on The Nib! It's a Nib-only comic you will find only there!!!!! Go rEAD IT.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + ...

    WAUGH!!! I'm apart of a new eBook bundle from Devastator where for $12 you can get GS vol 5 and 7 more funny books for your e-tablet!! It's a good price for the amount you get! Get on over there and look at that fuckin' thing!!!PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...

    Time for my Hot Takes on Old Media. SOmetimes... they're bad *explosion gif*PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    Sorry for the tardy comic!!! Gotta work on my biz and get my crap together.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    Well the gloves are coming off now that Gunshow is dying. let's just let it all air out like a rank pair of shorts. It's freeing.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    Fucking EDGAR. Get outta here, pissboy.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    Time to start lookin around the place and cleaning up. All these little jokes I weren't sure about gotta add up to at least ONE chuckle if I throw em all together. Seems like a reasonable assumption to me!PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...

    This is a special horror finale that was written by My Sister when she was a damn kid! Mother found the story and sent it to me and I stole it from Bonnie, so eat it, sis!! No more horror ever, horror is over. Go back to jokes, idiot!!!PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...

    ONE MORE HORROR!!!! Then we can go back to the original horror of weirdness and stuff til it's all over. ALL OVER!!!! Ah! I'm already working on trying to sell ideas to publishers but it's so hard. I wish they would just trust someone they've never worked with and give me a lot of money to do the thing I want to do. It's not fair!!!!PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...
    Gabe: Thanksgiving is tomorrow and that means Black Friday is just a day away. Brian has cooked up a pretty ridiculous assortment of Black Friday deals and it’s my job to let you know about them. So I’ll start with the stuff we’ve got. Christmas Pin Set - $29.99 A delightful seasonal pin set for the collector and/or trader. The Co-op Winning Tees - $19.99 Dabe’s first design as a full time PA employee and a great tee printed on a sweet, seasonally appropriate cranberry heather blank. Double Secret Boxes - $13.99 At last, the much-whispered-about Double Secret Boxes, each…...

    New Comic: Iron Horse

    Tycho: World of Warcraft creates “social media campaigns” without even mounting social media campaigns because you talk about it a lot when you’re playing it.  This just naturally happens.  And it floats in the shared air of the internet like a spore waiting to hatch in your sinuses and grow a knobbly spar into your brain. Even in the full knowledge that it was a creature of sophistication and bearing, I was mostly content to let others return to the ancestral shores while I made due with the contact high.  I was able to deflect the torrent of hot caramel fudge…...

    Gabe: The last page of Silverside went up today. I was talking with some friends at lunch the other day about the project and they were surprised to hear that I don’t actually like drawing Automata. Of all our projects I feel like it is the one I am least qualified to draw. I just don’t feel like I have the skills to do Automata as well as I think it deserves to be done. I’m happy with a lot of the work I did on Silverside but it’s so much harder for me to draw than something like Lookouts or the Daughters of the Eyrewood. I did way more research for this project than I normally do. It…...

    Tycho: We’re getting down to the wire on tickets for the event, which takes place on Thursday, December 4th.  The legendary Silent Auction begins at 6:30 PM, with the Live Auction and Dinner (hosted by the gentlemen you see in the above photo) beginning at 7:30.  Cocktail hour afterward.  It’s an amazing night, and you can still go!  Hit this link for tickets. (CW)TB...

    New Comic: Ser Timothay Gunn

    Tycho: There is a very fixed menu of ingredients at Taco Bell; it can be conceived of as an alternative to the standard Periodic Table, whose quasi-edible permutations constitute a distinct flavorverse.  Far Cry 4 has a similar catalog of “elements,” like Honey Badger, Falcon, Tuk-Tuk, Assault Rifle, Boar, and so on.  (I would consider AK-47 an isotope of Assault Rifle).  After the latest of Gabriel’s misadventures, it became clear that he was basically dipping a ladle in that soup of possible events and coming up with treachery every time.  He was, in effect,…...

    New Comic: Small Packages

    Gabe: I am really enjoying Dragon Age: Inquisition. One of my favorite features is the War Room with its massive map of the regions. Your party navigates this map and unlocks new locations on it by spending “Power” which you can earn by completing missions. This is super fun. What’s cool is it’s actually almost identical to a system I created for my old D&D campaign. When I decided to try and run a sandbox style game I created a world map that the party would navigate by spending “resolve”. They spent resolve tokens to move to and unlock new areas of the…...

    Gabe: Yesterday I was playing some Farcry 4 here at the office. Robert came out and watched for a bit. He was unimpressed with my driving skills. I found a rad little Tuk-Tuk and told him I was gonna show him some incredible driving. This is the result: -Gabe out  ...
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    [BLACK FRIDAY BONUS: From now until December 2 you can get an additional 15% off a Destructoid shirt when you enter the code "cybershark" at checkout. This is on TOP of the already discounted prices. Happy Thanksgiving!] All t-shirts on the Destructoid store have been dropped down to $12.95! All the shirts are on clearance, meaning once they're out of print you won't be able to get these shirts again! We're making way for something new, and until then we need to clear up the old store front.  You'll get free shipping worldwide on orders over $60 too. So hurry and get these shirts before they're gone. We've already cleared a couple of designs, plus all the hoodies are forever gone. Don't miss out! ...

    Physical violence is one of the most commonly used game mechanics. There are a few good reasons for that. Violence is an instinctual and direct method to interact with objects, virtual or otherwise. It's something that involves visual, auditory, and tactile feedback to suspend belief around in-game actions, making them feel real despite our conscious awareness that they are not. When done right, violence feels good and it feels real. That's a near-universal truth.  There are a lot of other things that are just as widely enjoyable. A good nap, hugs, and eating a delicious snack are a few. Sadly, we've had a lot harder time translating those experiences into satisfying game mechanics. We've probably come closest with food. While there is only one first-person eating/drinking game currently on the market, there are plenty of titles that contemplate eating and show the pros and/or cons of ...

    Without exaggeration, Black Friday's sincerely my favorite day of the year. That said, it might surprise you to find out that I rarely buy anything on the single busiest shopping day. I love it because I'm a people watcher. When else can you see two middle-aged women ready to shank each other over moderate savings on laundry detergent? My Black Friday excursions aren't about fighting crowds; they're about blending into crowds. They're about observing how consumeristic frenzy will cause people to behave. Sometimes it's civil and well-mannered. Sometimes people act like fucking animals. That's why Amazon's such a Black Friday bummer. No one angrily hits F5 too hard, and if they do, I'm not there to see it. But, some people might not enjoy the 4 a.m. foray into the retail fray, so online's the way to go. If you're one of those, you might find something worthwhile in all of these videogame deals that Amazon has. Just know that you're contributing to the decline and potenti...

    The Nintendo 3DS is the champion this week, as it's getting a few pretty awesome releases to pad out that gigantic library. On the Wii U though you can pick up Mighty Final Fight, Mario Pinball Land, Thomas Was Alone, GetClose, and Heptrix. Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth headlines the 3DS lineup, but the portable also has Mighty Final Fight, Chat-A-Lot, My First Songs, and My Life on a Farm 3D. Mighty Gunvolt is also out tomorrow as a separate release, and has a DLC pack coming on the same day. Azure Striker Gunvolt is also going on sale for $9.99 until December 15, and I highly recommend picking it up. ...

    The new Hyrule Warriors DLC is looks like a lot better of a deal than the previously released Master's Quest pack, which our own Chris Carter had relatively high praise for. Seeing Midna in her more human-like form is a pretty big deal to an old Twilight Princess fans like myself. It may be enough to get me to throw down for the full $20 DLC season pass, which includes this DLC pack, the Master's Quest pack, and the upcoming Majora's Mask set (which promises two new characters) and the Boss Pack (which sounds a little lackluster, but whatever) .  That said, if we don't get Tingle in the ...

    Today is Thanksgiving in the United States, a holiday that normalizes the sin of gluttony by couching it under the guise of "an activity that enhances a general feeling of love and togetherness." It's a day to eat and to feel platonic love. Sadly, when Thanksgiving backfires, it can make people feel hungry and alone. Those who don't have anyone in their lives often feel morbidly depressed on this day. They size up their lives, see that that they don't have as many meaningful relationships as they feel they should, and the awfulness begins. Videogames can help with that. Out of all of the artistic mediums we've come up with so far, videogames are the best at making us feel emotionally and physically connected to something or someone outside of ourselves. Through storytelling, character interactions, and/or specific gameplay mechanics, videogames allow us to engage with thoughts and feelings that exist outside of our brains in ways that feels real.  ...

    “Destiny is the worst game I can't stop playing” I keep hearing this, or variations of it again and again from my friends, all of whom seem unable to escape the jaws of a game they all claim to hate. And you know what? I get it. Because it's 1:00 am, and I'm up playing MechWarrior Online again. Or if we go back a few years, Ragnarok Online. Or Gun Griffon Blaze, or Rainbow Six, or whatever other shitty game I either never liked to begin with, or learned to despise, but dumped a needless amount of hours into for reasons that I couldn't articulate then and barely understand now. I think we've all probably done a stint at the crappy-game-rodeo in our lives. Played something our heart wasn't into but put up with long after it was time to call it quits. But why? Well, I won't pretend to know all the answers, but I've been down this road a few times, and I think I can point out a few recurring patterns. More impo...

    Deals brought to you by the crew at Dealzon. FYI: sales from certain retailers go toward supporting Destructoid. $330 PS4/Xbox One at the comforts of your home. For those looking to purchase PlayStation 4 or Xbox One this holiday season, we're listing all the best deals below. In just a few hours on eBay, aka outlet-land, NewEgg will be selling 10,000 PlayStation 4 consoles for $329.99 with free shipping. This makes the lowest price for the console we've seen yet, with sales tax only charged in NJ, CA, IN, and TN.  The sale starts up tonight at 9PM PST and will run through the weekend, depending on stock level (update: this is probably not going to last the day. 3k units sold as of writing). On the Xbox One side of things, also at 9PM PST, Microsoft Store will offer ...

    Next week is looking to be a pretty exciting time for gaming. With The Game Awards showing off world premieres of upcoming titles, and the PlayStation Experience doing the same, it's definitely going to be a busy and eventful weekend. But just a week before the event, Geoff Keighley, creator of The Game Awards, has teased the upcoming reveal of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's online multiplayer mode."Next Friday night I'm honored @HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN will join us at @thegameawards to world premiere Metal Gear Online." ...

    We're outnumbered, down to our last pair of lives. The clock is ticking, it's as much of a threat to my team's survival as the four armed men bearing down on our position. I don't like our chances, not one bit, but moments like this, they're the reason I play the game. Read more......
    I really enjoyed Tales From The Borderlands , but one bit, especially, struck me. As Fiona, cold-hearted con artist extraordinaire, I had to lie. But I had to do it artfully, or else I was in deep trouble. It was one of the tensest video game moments I've played in ages. ...

    This Friday you could be sitting warm and safe in your homes watching a Christmas movie and drinking hot chocolate, or you could be an unintentional extra in Black Friday the movie — All Sales Final.Read more......

    Retailers took their time, but this is an amazing set of Black Friday gaming deals. Deals will be hyperlinked as they go live.Read more...

    We'll probably never run out of things to say about video games. Which games are interesting, which games are maddening, which games are provocative, which games are boring. That's all well and good, but sometimes, you just want to know which games are best.Read more......

    Alvin Lim's LEGO project features classic cartoon characters from the 80s, but this time it's not the Ninja Turtles or Transformers, but characters from an underdog show: Centurions.Read more...

    Category-wide sales on Amazon are few and far between, and this is one of the most wide-ranging discounts they've ever offered: Promo code

    These speed paintings are the work of concept artist Lap Pun Cheung and they pretty much sum up the first few hours of Final Fantasy VII. The bombing mission, Rufus, meeting with Aeris, Tifa and the promise, all here.Read more......

    The Logitech G502 Proteus Core has been my mouse of choice for gaming and work for more than 6 months now. You can grab it right now for $80 plus a $50 Steam gift card, which, if you're buying a gaming mouse, you shouldn't have much trouble spending. [G502]...

    Today's selection of articles from Kotaku's reader-run community: Halo: The Master Chief Collection: The TAY Review • Forgotten Cadences: A Hat in Time • The Smashiest of Bros! Mario, Sonic, Mega Man, and Pac-Man in Speed Painting Form! ...

    It's Thanksgiving in the U.S., which seems like a perfectly good reason to thank all of you for reading Kotaku. Thanks, everyone!Read more...
    In this weekly show, Jason takes a look at all the latest indie releases on Steam.

    The Gamer Headlines wrote: As anyone whose played Loadout knows Blutonium and violence makes the world go round. However when an intergalactic race of combat machines called the Kroad show up to steal your Blutonium, its time to put some old grievances aside and work together, for now. In order to prepare you for this war Edge of Reality has just released the new Loadout: Enter the Kroad trailer to show you exactly what youre getting into....

    Dealspwn: "Our spies at HUKD have rustled up some of the Black Friday games deals that ShopTo will be touting come midnight."

    This War of Mine is proving to be a really fantastic game; the constant mix of survival, looting and sneaking around has me completely hooked but I find that in some areas, it is simply almost impossible to survive very long....

    Another year and another installment to the Assassins Creed series. Ubisoft released two installments in the franchise this year, actually. But unlike its comrade, Assassins Creed: Rogue, Assassins Creed: Unity takes the leap of faith onto the next generation of hardware, and shows it off beautifully. Cooperative multiplayer has been added to the game as the series makes its first trip to France, although with some well-documented glitches along the way....

    IncGamers takes a long, hard look at the first episode of Telltale's foray into telling Tales from the Borderlands. From the review: "In large part, the fact that I have opinions comes down to the fact that this episode actually stands alone really, really well. It makes me think of a feature-length pilot episode for a TV series: it introduces the characters and their relationships, gives them a problem, and has them deal with that problem while setting up for future episodes. Also, it lasts about two hours."...

    Major Nelson writes "As mentioned earlier in the week, here are the second batch of Black Friday 2014 deals, which kick in tomorrow. Discounts are valid 28 November through 1 December 2014. These discounts are in addition to the week-long deals which also continue through Monday. Find that list here."...

    GoodGameBro writes, "This week on the podcast, we are joined by a very special guest, Mr. Rich Grisham. Rich normally hosts his own, brilliant Press Row Podcast, but takes some time out of his busy schedule to take Coreys place in the co-hosts chair due to a medical absence. Together, him and Marc discuss his career in media and gaming, and they both have a lengthy conversation in regards to Ubisofts recently released Far Cry 4. Wed like to thank Rich for being a part of the episode, and feel free to subscribe to his Press Row Podcast, which you can find a link for in the show notes below."...

    Adding to the long list of Black Friday 2014 deals, the North American PlayStation Store has started a Black Friday Flash Sale, which places various PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 games on sale. - PSLS...

    Uncharted 4 Game Director saw something for The Games Awards that excited him.
Videos

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    You do crazy stuff for a lady turkey.
    You'll never guess what he named him.
    Is it me or is this dude too scrawny and too uncivilized to be a Marine? I don't buy it.
    Wow, that’s a gullible young lady.
    Ice cream maker creates all the flavors of Thanksgiving! Yum or yuck?
    Who's the biggest turkey at that table?
    He acts like he's seen his share of empty threats.
    That is the fakest smile I've ever seen. The truth lies between the selfies.
    Poor sucker doesn’t realize they want him sitting so he’s easier to kill.
    Because we can’t wait for more dead dinosaurs to turn into oil.
    The climax is gonna be out of this world...
    The dinning hall is going to be a place that you probably frequent on a regular basis during your college time, so it's important that you know the laws of the land. Kentucky Christian University's general manager of food service,
    Just because you can't see a sniper troll, doesn't mean there isn't one camping out nearby waiting to take you down. As this video by Marca Blanca shows, it's o...
    On the scale of "holy shit this is terrifying and I'm gonna die" being stuck at a Best Buy when the doors open on Black Friday is only slightly less heart attack-inducing than any random episode of The Walking Dead. 
    These celebrities lent their voices to some of our favorite characters, and here are the behind the scenes videos of the voice recording process.    1. Family Guy Source: DGPent Seth MacFarlane (as Stewie, Peter, and Quagmire) with Alex Borstein (as Lois and Loretta Brown), Mike Henry (as Cleveland), and Mila Kunis (as Meg)   2. Aladdin Source: p riiver Robin Williams (as Genie) with Scott Weinger (as Aladdin), Linda Larkin (as Jasmine), Lea Salonga (as singing Jasmine), Jonathan F
    Cameron Diaz and the women of SNL starred in this fantastic music video last night that explains exactly what it¹s like to go home and stay with your parents for Thanksgiving.  A few lines that just rang true for us... * "We all see a movie but it can't be R."...
    Somewhat piggybacking on the 'walking around the city as a ____' trend, this video seeks to raise awareness about an issue other than catcalling. Strangely, it's prostate cancer?
    Some songs lend themselves really well to karaoke. "These Boots Were Made For Walking"? Great. "Down With The Sickness" by Disturbed? TERRIBLE. 
    They're unbelievable! So don't!
    As we've previously seen, Kim Kardashian's ass has various uses, but none so far have come even close to the snow blower made by Jimmy Kimmel. Now granted, there is no snow in Los Angeles, but I predict these things being on the shelf of every Home Depot  from Buffalo to Minneapolis by the end of the month.  ...
    Jennifer Aniston Interview Prank Millions of you watched Chris Stark’s interviews with Mila Kunis and Jennifer Aniston. The amazing thing about those videos was, despite his awkward questions, the conversations actually went well! But what if they didn’t? What if the next time Chris had a NIGHTMARE interview? For this video, BBC Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills played a prank on Chris. Unbelievably, Hollywood megastar Jennifer Aniston agreed to help. Scott persuaded her to play the role of WORST INTERVIEWEE EVER. And of course… Chris knew nothing about it.
    Pan - Official Teaser Trailer [HD] Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara and Levi Miller star in PAN, in theaters Summer 2015! http://www.pan-movie.com/ https://www.facebook.com/PanOfficial From Warner Bros. Pictures comes, “Pan,” a live-action Peter Pan feature directed by Joe Wright (“Atonement,” “Pride & Prejudice”). Offering a new take on the origin of the classic characters created by J.M. Barrie, the action adventure follows the story of an orphan who is spirited away to the magical Neverland. There, he finds both fun and dangers, an
    "MORE HUNGER GAMES" -- A Bad Lip Reading of Catching Fire Katniss picks out a name for her band, and she's afraid she's in a castle. Link to Obsidiots live show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCMw3AhWBkA Like on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/badlipreading Follow on Twitter! http://twitter.com/badlipreading From: Bad Lip Reading Views: 121703
    Jurassic World - Official Trailer (HD) Jurassic World - Official Trailer (HD) The Park Is Open June 12 http://www.jurassicworldmovie.com/ Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley join the team as producers. Jurassic World will be released in 3D by Universal Pictures on June 12, 2015. From:
    CALL OF DUTY: Advanced Warfare (Elders React: Gaming) SUBSCRIBE TO THE REACT CHANNEL: http://goo.gl/c5TeQI Watch all episodes of GAMING: http://goo.gl/TVhuol Support the REACT channel! Get FREE ANIME! http://crunchyroll.com/React & FREE VIDEO GAMES! http://gamefly.com/React Watch all REACT channel videos from this week - http://goo.gl/th0yyt Play Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: http://goo.gl/KSs78r The Elders play the first-person shooter, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare! Gaming episodes air every Sunday on the REACT channel. Follow the REACT Channel/Fine Brothers Entertainment REA
    BATMAN vs DARTH VADER - Super Power Beat Down Bruce Wayne Buys Machinima: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYqdoKaFwD4 Batman travels to the Death Star in the most epic episode of Super Power Beat Down of all time! See if you chose the winner and don't forget to vote on Green Ranger vs. Ryu! be sure and check out Bat in the Sun's channel, the creators of this awesome video youtube.com/batinthesun Directed by Aaron Schoenke Produced by Aaron Schoenke Sean Schoenke Nikolay Zamkovoy Special Effects by Nikolay Zankovoy Original Music and Sound by Sean Schoenke Cinematography by Joe
    Ellen in '50 Shades of Grey' She's ready to take her starring turn in the highly anticipated new film, and she's got the trailer to prove it. From: TheEllenShow Views: 713903
    Lorde Was Taylor Swift's Manager for a Night Jimmy and Lorde discuss how she bonded with Taylor Swift at a burger joint and curated The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 soundtrack on tour. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1nwT1aN Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Weeknights 11:35/10:35c Get more Jimmy Fallon: Follow Jimmy: http://Twitter.com/JimmyFallon Like Jimmy: https://Facebook.com/JimmyFallon Get more The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Follow The Tonight Show: http://Twitter.com/FallonTonight Like The Tonight Show: http
    Beats by Dre Presents: #SoloSelfie The Selfie has been reinvented. Enter the #SoloSelfie—a new movement of self-expression. Share yours and tell the world your story. The Beats Solo2 is the world’s best-selling headphone. They're a symbol of individuality as much as they represent a connection shared by millions of people across the globe. Buy the product: http://beats.is/BuySolo2 Learn more about the campaign: http://www.BeatsSoloSelfie.com Artist: Axwell ^ Ingrosso Track: Something New iTunes: http://beats.is/Axwell_Ingrosso ======================================
    7 Harmful Things Flying Does To Your Body Have a safe flight. Check out more awesome BuzzFeedBlue videos! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedblue1 MUSIC Pluck And Blow Underscore Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. STILLS Lomo Clouds 6 http://tinyurl.com/maovet4 Stars https://www.flickr.com/photos/davedehetre/4954464378 SOURCES http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/13/body-on-a-plane_n_6100908.html http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/11/business/airlines-studying-the-science-of-better-in-flight-meals.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 http://www.who.int/ith/mode_of_travel/cab/en/ http://w
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    As David Delabasse writes in the GlassFish blog, due to the inherent need to interact with different components (for example, when a Java EE Application Server needs to communicate with a LDAP server), maintaining and evolving security features for the platform is no small feat. The JSR stipulates that the intention is to promote the use of modern programming language (eg. expression language and contexts and dependency injection), and to support self-contained application portability across all Java EE servers....

    Hazelcast is the hot new scale out system for Big Data for the Java enterprise segment in Silicon Valley. Now Speedment’s SQL Reflector makes it possible to integrate your existing relational data with continuous updates of Hazelcast data-maps in real-time....

    KVM has been there for Intel/AMD (x86) processor based servers since quite some time. It’s a Linux OS feature just like any other OS feature – scheduler, power management, resource management, security etc....

    A new report from Cisco looks at the coming trends in the way we work and how technology will impact it.

    WordPress is a commonly used open source site editors out there. In a previous article we discussed about how you can change your wp-config.php file to handle multiple environments and change the database settings of the content. Here, I'll show you how to export it all....

    Java 8 makes implementing Comparator a breeze, no more boiler plate coding forsake of Anonymous class

    Tips for debugging common scenarios in JavaScript aka learn to love the console.

    The UK government have published a new review of the sharing economy, and how government can help it grow.

    the new commercial version of JFrog's Bintray, an open source software distribution-as-a-service (DaaS) cloud platform that automates software distribution. Bintray Premium brings enterprise-grade DaaS features, including support for private repositories, unbound storage, permission management and expirable download URLs. Bintray Premium is SearchCloudApps.com's November product of the month....

    OUT TODAY: A way to inject your Java EE web UIs with CDI and Vaadin. Read more.
    Am following TeamTreeHouse python course, and am having an issue. The first part of the task is to do the following: Make a function named add_list that takes a list. The function should then add all of the items in the list together and return the total. Assume the list contains only numbers. You'll probably want to use a for loop. You will not need to use input(). def add_list(some_list): sum = 0 for number in some_list: sum = sum + number return sum Now, make a function named summarize that also takes a list. It should return the string "The sum of X is Y.", replacing "X" with the string version of the list and "Y" with the sum total of the list. def summarize(another_list): sum = 0 for number in another_list: sum = sum + number return print("The sum of " + str(summarize(another_list)) + "is " + sum) This is where I fail, I get a RunTime Error: maximum recursion depth reached. ...

    I have a problem with sockets. This: When client-thread ends, server trying to read, and its freezes, because socket is not closed. Thread dont close it, when its over. Its problem exist, if i using thread, but if i using two independents projects, i have no problem (exception throws, and i can catch it). I cant use timeout, and i must correct continue server-work, when client dont close socket. Sorry for my bad eng....

    Here is my portion of code: Random rnd = new Random(); int tamanoAlt = 0; int tamanoAnch = 0; for (int al = 0; al < 1; al++) { tamanoAlt = rnd.Next(tamMinHabAlt, tamMaxHabAlt); if((tamanoAlt %2 ) != 0){ al--; } } The program stops in this loop. I've tried with while/do-while loops and I get same results. I'm trying to get a pair number randomly generated. The range between tamMinHabAlt and tamMaxHabAlt is big enought to get different pair numbers....

    As a precomputation to a integral function, I need make some computation on a large matrice. for (size_t x = 1; x < size().x(); ++x) for (size_t y = 0; y < size().y(); ++y) for (size_t z = 0; z < size().z(); ++z) field::at(x, y, z) += field::at(x - 1, y, z); for (size_t x = 0; x < size().x(); ++x) for (size_t y = 1; y < size().y(); ++y) for (size_t z = 0; z < size().z(); ++z) field::at(x, y, z) += field::at(x, y - 1, z); for (size_t x = 0; x < size().x(); ++x) for (size_t y = 0; y < size().y(); ++y) for (size_t z = 1; z < size().z(); ++z) field::at(x, y, z) += field::at(x, y, z - 1); my field inherit a std::vector<size_t> where the at as been overided T& at(size_t x, size_t y, size_t z) { return container::at(x + y * size().x() + z * size().x() * size().y(); } Here are some execution times on my machine (128x128x128) ~ 250...

    the code works fine. However there is one slight problem, if the latter two numbers are the same the code says no numbers match. For Example: 0 2 2 No numbers match Play again? (Y/N?) where obviously it should say: 0 2 2 Two numbers match Play again? (Y/N?) how can I change the code so it does this? Thanks import java.util.Random; import java.util.Scanner; public class SlotMachine { public static void main(String[] args) { Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in); int slotOne; int slotTwo; int slotThree; String userResponse; do{ Random randomNumbers = new Random(); slotOne = randomNumbers.nextInt(10); slotTwo= randomNumbers.nextInt(10); slotThree = randomNumbers.nextInt(10); System.out.println(slotOne + " " + slotTwo + " " + slotThree + " " ); if (slotOne != slotTwo && slotOne != slotThree) { System.out.println("N...

    I have a nested dictionary and I want to be able to delete an arbitrary key inside of it. The dictionary could look like this: D={'key1':{'key2':{'key3':'value3', 'key4':'value4'}, 'key5':'value5'}} But it could be of arbitrary size. The Problem Is that the keys should be taken from a "keylist" looking, for example, like this: key_list = ['key1', 'key2', 'key4'] The key_list could be of arbitrary size and have any of the dictionary's keys in it. Because of the above criteria, I can't just use del D['key1']['key2']['key4'] because I can't know beforehand which keys that key_list will contain So, how would a generic code look like that based on the content of key_list, deletes the corresponding item in the dictionary D?...

    I have made my ad stay at the bottom of the screen while in scrollview but the problem is that behind that i have imagebuttons and i can see them. The ad is transparent.Please help.

    I have a set of commands in a bash script, eg running a query in impala. #! /bin/sh RESULT=`impala-shell -q "select count(*) from testable"` The result of the shell script is. Starting Impala Shell without Kerberos authentication Connected to mycomp.cool-cluster.com:21000 Server version: impalad version 2.0.0-cdh5 RELEASE (build 12323323) Query: select count(*) from enriched_call Fetched 1 row(s) in 0.62s +----------+ | count(*) | +----------+ | 234343 | +----------+ I would want to get only the value from this output ie, 234343 and try to assert the count in a script using Regex, split etc. If I try to eliminate non numeric vaules, numbers from the version also come in. I want to split by say '|' and get the value 234343...

    I'm developing simple AngularJS (I'm quite new with Angular) application and I encountered problem that js are loading in wrong order. Below there are relevant (I hope) snippets of my app. index.html (...) <script data-main="scripts/main.js" src="scripts/require.js"></script> (...) main.js requirejs.config({ baseUrl: 'scripts', paths: { angular: '../../bower_components/angular/angular', jquery: 'jquery', domReady: 'domReady', 'jquery.scrollTo': '../../bower_components/jquery.scrollTo/jquery.scrollTo', }, shim: { jquery: {deps: ['domReady']}, 'jquery.scrollTo': {deps: ['jquery']}, angular: {deps: ['jquery.scrollTo'], exports: 'angular'} }, packages: [] }); requirejs(['angular', 'domReady', 'jquery', 'app', 'scripts', 'jquery.scrollTo'], function(angular, domReady) { 'use strict'; domReady(function() { angular.bootstr...

    I have been learning C/C++ for three days now and going ok, but I am stuck with a part of my code I can't get right. Basically I want whatever is in spin box A to be taken into consideration and return a new result when the calculate button is clicked. So if in the spin box the number 90 or any number below 90 is selected I want the new total to be added by 90 for example 90 is selected then the new total is 180, but if its above 90 then subtract 90 for example if 180 is selected then the new total is 90. can someone help me? void Transpose::on_pushButton_clicked() { qreal S = ui->sphere->text().toDouble(); qreal C = ui->cylinder->text().toDouble(); qreal A = ui->axis->text().toDouble(); qreal resultant (C+S); qreal total (-C); qreal answer if ( A -= 90); { result (+= 90); } else if (A += 90); { result (-= 90;) } ui->new_sphere->setText(QString::number(resultant)); ui->new_cylinder->s...
Hacks

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  • lifehacker
    Obviously Software Defined Radio is pretty cool. For a lot of hackers you just need the right project to get you into it. Submitted for your approval is just that project. [Simon Aubury] has been using a Raspberry Pi and SDR to record video of planes passing overhead. The components are cheap and most places have planes passing by; this just might be the perfect project. We’re not just talking static frames with planes passing through them, oh no. Simon used two hobby servos and some brackets to gimbal his Pi camera board. A DVB dongle allows the rig to …read more...

    Part of our whirlwind UK visit took us to Cambridge, where we had the joyous opportunity to check out Cambridge Makespace. The main space was formerly part of the Institute for Manufacturing Robot Lab at Cambridge University, so it has a long heritage of supporting engineering innovation. There was some excitement when we turned up, as a second LS6090 PRO Laser Cutter had just been delivered. As one of the most used items in the space, they needed a pair. They were situated in the largest work room which also included soldering stations, co-working areas and some materials/tools storage. At …read more...

    The T-962A is a very popular reflow oven available through the usual kinda-shady retail channels. It’s pretty cheap, and therefore popular, and the construction actually isn’t abysmal. The controller for this oven is downright terrible, and [wj] has been working on a replacement firmware for the horribly broken one provided with this oven. It’s open source, and the only thing you need to update your oven is a TTL/UART interface. [WJ] bought his T-962A even after seeing some of the negative reviews that suggested replacing the existing controller and display. This is not in true hacker fashion – there’s already …read more...

    A few years ago, some vastly clever people figured out how to listen in on the LCD display on the classic brick Game Boy from 1989. There have been marked improvements over the years, including a few people developing VGA out for the classic Game Boy. Now, the bar has been raised with an HDMI adapter for the Game Boy, designed in such a way that turns everyone’s favorite battery hog into a portable console. Your classic beige or cleverly named Color Game Boy is composed of two halves. The rear half contains all the important circuitry – the CPU, …read more...

    Imagine that your wife likes Darth Vader and wants help making important life choices. (Who doesn’t?) [bithead942] solves both problems in one project by gutting a Lego clock and making a talking animatronic Darth Vader 8-Ball-style oracle. Now his wife can simply press Darth’s head and her decision-making is handled by the Dark Side of the Force. You can see the result in the video below the break. The internals consist mainly of an Arduino Nano, a WTV020SD WAV playback chip, and some swanky servos. [bithead942] took a Dremel to the existing clock interior and found a way to make …read more...

    Homebrew synths – generating a waveform in a microcontroller, adding a MIDI interface, and sending everything out to a speaker – are great projects that will teach you a ton about how much you can do with a tiny, low power uC. [Mark] created what is probably the most powerful homebrew synth we’ve seen, all while using a relatively low-power microcontroller. The hardware for this project is an LPC1311 ARM Cortex M3 running at 72 MHz. Turning digital audio into something a speaker can understand is handled by a Wolfson WM8762, a stereo 24-bit DAC. Both of these chips can …read more...

    Thermostats can be a pain. They often only look at one sensor in a multi-room home and then set the temperature based on that. The result is one room that’s comfortable and other rooms that are not. Plus, you generally have to get up off the couch to change the temperature. In this day and age, who wants to do that? You could buy an off-the-shelf solution, but sometimes hacking up your own custom hardware is just so much more fun. [redditseph] did exactly that by modifying his home thermostat to be controlled by a Raspberry Pi. The temperature is …read more...
    Whether you're traveling and bringing the gravy with you, or you want to keep it fresh for your Thanksgiving leftovers, your secret weapon is a simple thermos of coffee carafe. It'll keep the gravy warm and keep it from thickening for hours, until it's ready to serve.Read more......

    This time of year, many us are going to those holiday parties and get-togethers. If you're trying to cut calories, avoid prepackaged foods at holiday parties.Read more...

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    Retailers took their time, but this is an amazing set of Black Friday gaming deals. Deals will be hyperlinked as they go live.Read more...

    The Philips Hue home lighting system is one of the great aspirational geek home decorating items of our time , but unfortunately, it's rarely discounted. Well, that trend continues on Black Friday, but if you buy today, you can at least get a freebie with your order.Read more.....

    Category-wide sales on Amazon are few and far between, and this is one of the most wide-ranging discounts they've ever offered: Promo code

    The Logitech G502 Proteus Core has been my mouse of choice for gaming and work for more than 6 months now. You can grab it right now for $80 plus a $50 Steam gift card, which, if you're buying a gaming mouse, you shouldn't have much trouble spending. [G502]...

    It's the time of year where we all give thanks, and among many other things, we here at Lifehacker are thankful for all the free apps out there that improve our lives (and the developers that make them!). Here are 50 of our favorites.Read more......

    When you're redecorating, avoid the common mistake of buying all of your furniture and accessories at once. Instead, spread your purchases out over the following weeks or months. It'll be easier on your cashflow. You would also have more time to refine your vision for your home.Read more......

    The current crop of Android Wear smart watches certainly isn't perfect, but the LG G Watch was actually a pretty good first attempt . If you're curious how a smart watch might fit into your life, you can score one from Verizon's online store right now for just $100. [...
Anime

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  • n4g
    While we barely get a look into the upcoming Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma, it is good enough to raise our hunger for the anime, teasing us with solid animation and beautiful meals. The story revolves around a boy named Soma Yukihira, whose dream is to become a full-time chef in his fathers restaurant, and ultimately surpass his father when it comes to cooking. Soon after Soma finishes middle school he decides to make his dream a reality but things change when Somas father decides to shut down his restaurant in-order to cook in America. However, the boy is not willing to give up on his dream and instead of working in his fathers restaurant, he joins an elite culinary school where less than 10 % of the students participate....

    Frank Inglese writes: Imagine a fifteen year old Frank Inglese walking into a local film retailer and seeing Ninja Scroll for the very first time. Back then I had an unjustified love for everything Ninja; I was into Naruto, I had just watched Basilisk and I was looking for just about anything Shinobi-related to indulge in but I couldnt get my hands on this film. It was, and in fact still is, rated a hefty R18+ and I couldnt find a single person to do me a solid and purchase this film for me. A little while later, on a school night, I received a text message from a friend alerting me to the fact that Ninja Scroll was being played on late night television. As you may have already guessed; I stayed up very late to finish what I immediately thought was one of the greatest Ninja movies of all time. Its been about five years since then and its been just over twenty years since the movie was first developed and released. Now were in 2014; the age of low attention span......

    Can Tatsumi get Wakasa to eat his veggies or just his meat? What They Say: The Trendy Circumstances of Modern Men The Review: Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers) One of the things I like in this series is that Tatsumi isnt a high school student for this but rather an adult living on his own and having to deal with whats come into his life. The two men living together in the way they are is comical, especially since we have Tatsumi trying to educate Wakasa a bit. But all Wakasa wants is company in the tub at this point. That has its awkward moments, but you also know that Wakasa is pretty innocent about it all. This episode also focuses on Tatsumi trying to get Wakasa to be more than just a meat eater (ho ho ho) with time spent trying to convince him to eat vegetables as well. Theres some basic conflict here where its almost parent and child, especially since Wakasa is so very child-like in a good many ways, even more so in contr......

    Frank Inglese writes: Oh I love me some fighting games! Im not that good at them but, for some reason, I continuously find myself attracted to them. I stop to look at the case of the latest Street Fighter and Tekken games even though I know I wont play them nearly as much as I think will. I also happen to love incredibly niche and semi-unheard of Japanese games that only I, three other Western gamers, and a hundred thousand Japanese arcade-goers know of. Good or bad, I love tackling these games. If theyre bad I can just blame the development crew, if theyre good I can pretend I discovered the game and Ill talk about it until my friends kick me out of what will probably be a moving car. Arcana Heart 3: LOVE MAX!!!! was released originally as an arcade game in Japan and then subsequently on home consoles. Well, its now reached the West despite the previous titles in the series ever doing the same and, thanks to our wonderful contacts, Ive been given the chance t......

    Kane Bugeja of SnapThirty writes: Do you like shiny Pokemon but have terrible luck? Then has the Pokemon Company got a Mystery Gift for you. Running from November 21st-January 14th, players of Omega Ruby and/or Alpha Sapphire will be able to pick up a Shiny Beldum for their team. Yeah, a shiny pseudo-Legendary, pretty cool right?...

    Time is just flying, doesnt seem like all that long ago that I was firing up the Autumn preview, and now here we are on the countdown to Christmas! Winter season is all about the sequels seriously, sequels and franchises make up nearly half the shows airing next season! This is mainly due to the increase in split cours shows recently, but it is still pretty remarkable to see. Personally I dont mind this too much as we are getting the continuations to some excellent shows, some of which we have been waiting years for....

    Kane Bugeja writes: Witches. A classic of fiction. Evil beings who enjoy nothing more than mixing potions, casting spells and flying around on cleaning implementsat least, thats what they used to be. Bayonetta is none of these things. Badass, violent, impossibly long legged and oozing sensuality from every pore. Over the top doesnt begin to cover it. Though, when you take into account what terrors descend to Earth on a daily basis, anything less just wouldnt cut it....

    Kane Bugeja of SnapThirty writes: Welcome to the Velvet Room once more Persona wielders. Look upon this latest instalment with awe and awww, as the cute versions of your favourite characters from Persona 3 and 4 join forces to do what they do best and save the world. Fans of either game will enjoy dungeon crawling, over 80 hours of fully voiced story and some good old fashioned Persona combat....

    Kane Bugeja of SnapThirty writes: Have you ever wanted to explore the depths of Hell on a journey of absolution? Me neither, because it sounds scary. But now you can anyway! NIS America has just announced that Criminal Girls: Invite Only will hit the PS Vita in February for North America and Europe, on the 3rd and 5th respectively....

    Kane Bugeja of SnapThirty writes: For those who possess an interest in Japanese gaming and own a PS Vita, you may recall a little game known as Akibas Trip that was released not too long ago. If you havent heard of it, allow me to elucidate. Players take control of a character known as whatever you want to name him, a boy tricked into becoming a vampire analogy by an evil guy. He then proceeds to fight said vampire people in the only logical way, by stripping off their clothesbecause of the vampires weakness to the sun of course. What were you thinking?...





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