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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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    So it's spring break, things get a little crazy out by the pool , and woah wait is this kid really going to bite the head off a live hamster and did he just snap the hamster's neck oh my god teens are the worst. Read more......

    Harrison Ford, a man who rather casually fell out of the sky three weeks ago, is apparently doing pretty well these days.Read more...

    According to a new timeline and transcript released by the German newspaper Bild, Germanwings Flight 9525 pilot Andreas Lubitz encouraged his co-pilot to use

    Monsanto pesticides are safe enough to drink in a glass of water, says an honest-to-goodness scientist who immediately refuses an offer to drink a glass of Monsanto pesticides. Not because Monsanto pesticides aren't safe, no, but because he's "not stupid" and the interviewer is "a complete jerk."Read more......

    Slime. Goo. The green stuff. Whatever you call it, Iggy Azalea wants it, but just can't seem to get it.Read more...

    "All I want is a slushie." Like a pint-sized Mike Muir, that's what 4-year-old Annabelle Ridgeway told a Philadelphia city bus driver early Friday morning. Unfortunately, thanks to the selfless actions of him and other annoyingly helpful strangers, Annabelle never fulfilled her icy desire.Read more......

    Empire-building has been part of many a religious group's strategy throughout history. But no one does it better than Scientology. The documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, which debuts on HBO tonight, offers the first in-depth survey of Scientology's practices, including its ongoing quest to acquire high-profile real estate.Read more......

    UPDATE 8:30 p.m.: One of the deceased has been identified as 23-year-old Nicholas Figueroa. According to reports, Figueroa was on a first date and reportedly got caught in the worst of the blast when he walked to the back of the restaurant, apparently to pay the check. His date, who was apparently waiting at the table, survived with a broken rib and punctured lung. Read more......

    A Rutgers student was arrested for attempted murder on Saturday after police say the man removed his clothing and stabbed a classmate in the neck under the influence of LSD, the Associated Press reports.Read more......

    Facing widespread criticism over a new "religious freedom" law that may allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT customers, Indiana Governor Mike Pence said this weekend that he was "determined to clarify" the bill distorted by "irresponsible headlines." Then, given an opportunity to do so on Sunday, the governor ...
    If you heart radio and you heart awards, then tonight was a BIG night for you! The 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards were Sunday night, and there were enough performances and collabs to make your head spin!! But if you missed any of the action, we've got your back! Check out all of the highlights right HERE! Iggy Azalea [...]...

    The iHeartRadio Music Awards were a roaring success! And not just because of all the hot performances. Some of Hollywood's fave stars like Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake took home big awards! To see who all scored at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, check out the complete list of winners (below)!! ARTIST OF THE YEAR Iggy Azalea Luke Bryan Ariana Grande Sam Smith Taylor [...]...

    We've been waiting for the performance at the iHeartRadio Music Awards to get Taylor Swift on her feet, and Snoop Dogg was the one to do it! The rapper performed his funky hit Peaches N Cream with Charlie Wilson, and totally brought the house down! Just like a peach, the performance was sweet and juicy — [...]...

    Nate Ruess has some serious pipes! At the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards, the white suit clad Nate performed a passionate rendition of Nothing Without Love. [ Watch: Eminem Teams Up With Nate & Spike Lee To Share Painful Family Memories s In New Music Video Headlights! ] It was obvious Ruess put his entire heart into the [...]...

    Jamie Foxx is one talented guy! At the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards, Jamie Foxx took a break from hosting the show to perform You Change Me with Chris Brown. [ Watch: Jamie Opens The 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards With Some Controversial Jokes About Bruce Jenner! ] The audience seemed to love the sultry, fun, and well-executed rendition! While we [...]...
    Someone else is digging into Lucious Lyon's pockets -- Terrence Howard's real life ex-wife is demanding a chunk of his "Empire" salary. Michelle Howard is already supposed to get $5,800 per month from Terrence -- but according to new docs ... she… ...

    TMZ Sports just spoke with a bisexual NFL player who's upset with Michael Sam -- telling us he was OFFENDED when Sam said other gay men in the league are less courageous because they don't want to come out. The player -- who didn't want to be… ...

    Anorexia pays ... at least in Hollywood -- where "Red Band Society" star Ciara Bravo raked in more than $250k for her role on the FOX series ... TMZ has learned.  Caira -- who starred as an anorexic patient in the teen medical dramedy -- was 17… ...

    Vanilla Ice can try to unscramble the proverbial egg by buying the house he allegedly burglarized, because it's on the market. You'll recall ... Ice was arrested for felony grand theft after allegedly looting the joint and taking… ...

    Michael Beck is best known for playing the gang leading (and super dreamy) Swan in the 1979 cult thriller "The Warriors." Guess what he looks like now!

    Jamie Foxx killed with Bruce Jenner transition jokes at the iHeart Radio Music Awards. Foxx hosted the award show Sunday night in L.A. ... and in his opening monologue he teased the upcoming musical acts, saying Bruce Jenner would be performing --… ...

    Mariah Carey celebrated the birthday of her boyfriend, King Brett Ratner Saturday ... aboard the USS Rich People. TMZ broke the story ...Mariah and Brett are in full-blown couple mode, sailing around the Bahamas on a mega-yacht owned by one of… ...

    Another celebrity guest at the Manny Pacquaio training camp ... this time Cuba Gooding Jr. spent some time with the challenger ... but says the whole thing is going down TEN YEARS too late! CG2 was out in L.A. -- and even though he praised Manny… ...

    French Montana may have violated the laws of the Sea-Doo Saturday ... because it sure looks like he's drinking on the watercraft. French was traversing the area around Diddy's house, drinking from a Ciroc vodka bottle and looking like a spokesmodel.… ...

    She may be from Florida, but "Twilight" star Ashley Greene tells TMZ Sports she's pulling for the Badgers in the Final Four ... and she's got UPSET on her mind. Greene explained why she's a fan of Wisconsin at LAX over the weekend -- and when we… ...
    If you were wondering what the Kardashian mafia intends to do to Rob Kardashian following another round of his going against the family, I believe we have our answer. They’re going to have him committed. Operation Squelch the Rat got revved up last week when the family rebel mentioned that maybe his sister-whore was a conniving […]...

    America’s evil sweetheart Taylor Swift was seen kissing techno DJ Calvin Harris at a Kenny Chesney concert. Calvin Harris probably doesn’t know it yet, but there is no waving your hands in the air like you just don’t care in living hell. See Swift and Harris doing something at Chesney’s shitty show. (TMZ) Jessica Alba and Chrissy […]...

    Michael Sam concludes every public statement by insisting he doesn’t believe that he’s being discriminated against by the NFL though he has no explanation other than discrimination for why he’s not playing in the NFL. People are free to draw their own conclusions, including his, which he wants to make clear is not discrimination, even […]...

    Most photographers aren’t making Uncle Terry money. They just want to express themselves through their art and have a decent wank. I can respect that. Candice, today you’re going to be a ballet dancer in a thong. Why? Because it represents how models are trapped in a doll house of patronage and objectification. Now stop […]...

    The last and final hope for the Thorne stage family of girls is now bumping teen uglies with Brandon Lee. I thought at first the headline referred to Bruce Lee’s son who died twenty-two years ago filming The Crow. That would’ve been an angle. But it’s just Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s kid who just […]...

    Congresswoman Barbara Lee wants to make sure that women are represented in all global warming related policy because women suffer more from refrigerators destroying the planet than men. Also, she’s failed to do anything on the larger issues affecting her Oakland constituents the past forty years so she needed a win.  Combining women’s rights and global […]...

    If Kris Jenner had constructed her girls out of circuit boards and silicon instead of flesh and silicon, the world would regard her as a service products genius. There’s that damn Jiminy Cricket reminding us that turning people into slaves is wrong. Unless they’re of a different race, then it’s cool. The cotton doesn’t pick […]...

    I don’t know what the fuck Angela Simmons does during the days. It doesn’t matter. She’s got 1.9 million followers on Instagram that want to see her latest adorable hat selection and her naturally large ass in a bikini bottom. Going back to high school reunions is so much easier in the era of social […]...

    This feels pretty half-assed. It’s not like we demanded this Brazilian chick selfie her tits bouncing up and down like a Christmas window display for grown men. The circus invites you. Every time Ringling Brothers used to parade through our town they’d yell out, we invite you. The elephants formed a small pyramid or they […]...

    After it became clear Amber Rose photoshopped her buns like a Carls Jr commercial she came clean and posted a photo of her regular too large to be smooth ass to Instagram. It’s unclear why yet she will obviously be cheered on by a bevy of obese women who like to compare themselves to her the […]...
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    Want to experience exactly how much gadgets have evolved in the last 40 years? The Interface Experience at the Bard Graduate Center in New York has more than 25 seminal devices representing different computing eras, including the graphical interface ......

    Please don't jump on Cleopatra if you meet her. She isn't a real life red-shelled Koopa Troopa -- she's just wearing a 3D-printed prosthesis. See, Cleo the tortoise suffers from pyramiding, which means her shell has thick, pyramid-like growths due to......

    Robots typically rely on batteries to get power, but they may soon have to do little more than nibble on another material to start moving. Chinese researchers have developed simple liquid metal machines (not shown here) that zip around if they "eat" ......

    Ready for the next installment of Halo? The bad news is you still have a seven-month wait on your hands, but at least it's a concrete release date, right? Right? The news coincides with a new in-game teaser for Halo 5, with Master Chief et al. attemp......

    There's a familiar theme whenever Engadget reviews a Sony smartphone, which is that the hardware's great, but not compelling enough to make you buy one. When Sharif Sakr got his hands on the Xperia Z1, he found that the headline feature -- that 20 me......

    If you had a spare Game Boy Camera and the printer to match, what would you do with them? If you're media artist Dmitry Morozov, you'd make a one-of-a-kind firearm. His GBG-8 gun uses Nintendo's photographic peripherals and an Arduino board to shoot ......

    When you're buying a $10,000 watch, you expect first-class service -- and Apple is apparently ready to deliver. Sources for 9to5Mac claim that people who buy the gold Apple Watch Edition will get to skip the queues whenever they need help. They'll be......

    The National Security Agency may present a united front when it defends against criticism of its bulk phone data collection, but it's now clear that there has been at least some doubt within the ranks. Associated Press sources have revealed that ther......

    When the Moto 360 first hit the scene, its reception was... mixed. That round display was eye-catching, but it couldn't make up for the smartwatch's all-too-short battery life and undercooked software. Times have changed, though. Motorola trotted out......

    Final Fantasy XV's playable demo confirmed suspicions that the long-awaited game's core playable characters are all, well, men. For those wondering, even just a bit, why the creators came to that decision when previous main titles featured mixed-gend......
    An anonymous reader writes The law enforcement lobbying campaign against encryption continues. Today it's Europols director Rob Wainwright who is trying to make a case against encryption. "It's become perhaps the biggest problem for the police and the security service authorities in dealing with the threats from terrorism," he explained. "It's changed the very nature of counter-terrorist work from one that has been traditionally reliant on having good monitoring capability of communications to one that essentially doesn't provide that anymore." This is the same man who told the European Parliament that Europol is not going to investigate the alleged NSA hacking of the SWIFT (international bank transfer) system. The excuse he gave was not that Europol didn't know about it, because it did. Very much so. It was that there had been no formal complaint from any member state. ...

    An anonymous reader writes with this story about FCC chairman Tom Wheeler's confidence that the net neutrality rules the agency passed last month will stand up to upcoming challenges in court."Now that the FCC is the subject of several lawsuits, and its leader, Chairman Tom Wheeler, was dragged in front of Congress repeatedly to answer the same battery of inanity, it's worth checking in to see how the agency is feeling. Is it confident that its recent vote to reclassify broadband under Title II of the Telecommunications Act will hold? Yes, unsurprisingly. Recently, Wheeler gave a speech at Ohio State University, laying out his larger philosophy regarding the open Internet. His second to last paragraph is worth reading: "One final prediction: the FCC's new rules will be upheld by the courts. The DC Circuit sent the previous Open Internet Order back to us and basically said, 'You're trying to impose common carrier-like regulation without stepping up and saying, "these are common carriers...

    schwit1 writes NASA officials today denied they were negotiating a partnership with Russia to build a space station replacement for ISS, as suggested yesterday by the head of Russia's space program. Maybe the misunderstanding comes from NASA head Charles Bolden, who is currently in Russia. Bolden probably said some nice feel-good things to the Russians, things like "We want to keep working together," and "We will support your plans for your future space station." None of this was meant as a commitment, but the Russians might have taken them more seriously than Bolden realized. ...

    MojoKid writes Late last week, Google quietly began inviting people to opt into the beta channel for ChromeOS to help the company "shape the future" of the OS. Some betas can be riskier than others, but Google says that opting into this one is just a "little risk", one that will pay off handsomely for those who crave new features. New in this version is Chrome Launcher 2.0, which gives you quick access to a number of common features, including the apps you use most often (examples are Hangouts, Calculator, and Files). Some apps have also received a fresh coat of paint, such as the file manager. Google notes that this is just the start, so there will be more updates rolling out to the beta OS as time goes on. Other key features available in this beta include the ability to extract pass protected Zip archives, as well as a perk for travelers. ChromeOS will now automatically detect your new timezone, and then update the time and date accordingly. ...

    tomhath writes with this story that make shake up the nuclear industry. "The biggest player in the beleaguered nuclear power industry wants a place alongside solar, wind and hydroelectric power collecting extra money for producing carbon-free electricity. Exelon Corp., operator of the largest fleet of U.S. nuclear plants, says it could have to close three of them if Illinois rejects the company's pitch to let it recoup more from consumers since the plants do not produce greenhouse gases. Exelon and other around-the-clock plants sometimes take losses when wind turbines produce too much electricity for the system. Under the system, electric suppliers would have to buy credits from carbon-free energy producers. Exelon says the plan would benefit nuclear plants, hydroelectric dams, and other solar and wind projects." ...

    Mark Wilson writes Edward Snowden is heralded as both a hero and villain. A privacy vigilante and a traitor. It just depends who you ask. The revelations he made about the NSA's surveillance programs have completely changed the face of online security, and changed the way everyone looks at the internet and privacy. But just before the whistle was blown, it seems that the NSA was considering bringing its telephone data collection program to an end. Intelligence officials were, behind the scenes, questioning whether the benefits of gathering counter-terrorism information justified the colossal costs involved. Then Snowden went public and essentially forced the agency's hand. ...

    Billly Gates writes "Since Unity has been given a liberal license and free for non commercial developers it has become popular. A computer science student Erik Roystan Ross used the tool to remake SuperMario 64 with a modern Unity 5 engine. There is a video here and if you want to play the link is here. You will need Firefox or Chrome which has HTML 5 for gamepad support if you do not want to use the keyboard. "I currently do not have any plans to develop this any further or to resolve any bugs, unless they're horrendously game-breaking and horrendously simple to fix," says Ross. ...

    An anonymous reader points out that a long held goal of keeping the Earth's average temperature from rising above 2 degrees Celsius might not be good enough. "A long-held benchmark for limiting global warming is 'utterly inadequate,' a leading U.N. climate scientist declared. Keeping the Earth's average temperature from rising past 2 degrees Celsius – a cap established by studies in the early 1970s – is far too loose a goal, Petra Tschakert, a professor at Penn State University and a lead author of an assessment report for the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, said in a commentary published in the journal Climate Change Responses. Already, with an average increase of just 0.8 degrees Celsius, she wrote, 'negative impacts' are 'widespread across the globe.' Tschakert called for lowering the warming target to 1.5 degrees Celsius." ...

    Rambo Tribble writes "Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced on Fox News Sunday that she stood a 'higher than 90 percent' chance of running as a presidential candidate in 2016. Fiorina's tenure at HP was marked by controversy over her leadership, and it is unclear what level of name recognition she enjoys. Her only previous political experience appears to be a failed U.S. Senate seat effort in 2010, as the Republican candidate challenging sitting Democrat Barbara Boxer, in California. Fiorina lost by 10%. ...

    HughPickens.com writes Alison Griswold writes that in an effort to improve its tanking image, SeaWorld launched a new advertising campaign this week to educate the public about its "leadership in the care of killer whales" and other work to protect whales in captivity and in the wild. As part of that head-on initiative, someone at SeaWorld decided to invite Twitter users to pose their questions to the company directly using the hashtag #AskSeaWorld. That was not a good idea as twitter users bashed Sea World relentlessly.. "As easy as it is to make fun of SeaWorld here, the real question is why any company still thinks hosting an open Twitter forum could be good for public relations," writes Griswold. "So maybe SeaWorld's social and PR folks just really have no idea what they're doing. Even so, you'd think they'd have learned from the corporate failures before them." Let's review some of the times this has backfired, starting with the infamous McDonald's #McDStories Twitter campaign o...
     LimeRoad, a New Delhi-based site that lets users create and share collages of fashion product, announced today that it has raised a $30 million series C led by Tiger Global, with participation from Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Matrix Partners India. Read More ...

     The tide is rising for live streaming services, and just as this is lifting apps, other kinds of streaming startups are seeing a boost as well. Today, Auctionata, a Berlin startup that broadcasts online live auctions for fine art and collectibles, announced that it raised €42 million ($45 million) in a Series C round of funding from a group investors led by MCI Management… Read More ...

     Gogoro, the startup whose battery-powered scooters were one of the highlights of CES in January, announced today that the bikes will go on sale for the first time this summer starting in Taiwan, where it is based. Read More ...

     There’s a lot of enthusiasm at either end of the spectrum for “go big” virtual reality and “go small” smartwatches and other wearable devices. Is the “game-changing” hype of either justified? Or are they overblown? Read More ...

     Etsy’s S1 filing didn’t disappoint. Etsy is a powerful business with extraordinary network effects. Its customers are extremely loyal, and its committed sellers are earning significant income. But there are legitimate concerns: it is the quintessential case study on the challenge of low margin platforms. Additionally, it faces uphill challenges – a slowing growth curve and… Read More ...

     Now that the FCC is the subject of several lawsuits, and its leader, Chairman Tom Wheeler, was dragged in front of Congress repeatedly to answer the same battery of inanity, it’s worth checking in to see how the agency is feeling. Is it confident that its recent vote to reclassify broadband under Title II of the Telecommunications Act will hold? Yes, unsurprisingly. Recently, Wheeler gave… Read More ...

     We need to (re)build trust: between the government and the public; between a company and its employees; between a company and its customers; between different private sector companies; and finally between the government and the private sector. Read More ...

     Can we agree that the term “internet of things” should go away when we’re talking about consumer products? Like the “world wide web” before it, the internet of things phrase is a relic from the past. I don’t need a connected washing machine or internet-enabled color changing LED light bulb and nor does anyone else. “Things” don’t need… Read More ...

     America is finally discovering what Asia has known for years: mobile messaging is a commerce platform. Read More

     What is it about us that makes us do weird things on new apps? Just two days into the launch of the new live streaming app Periscope and showing off the contents of our fridge to thousands of strangers around the Internet is a thing. The hashtags #fridgeview and #showusyourfridge regularly pop up during live streaming events on Periscope. This is a phenomenon that does not seem to exist on… Read More ...
    A pilot program starts this week, with a full commercial launch planned for this summer. The post The Electric Scooter That Could Make Battery Swapping Work Launches This Summer appeared first on WIRED....

    The brief walk from dressing room 9 to the stage of Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry takes about 20 seconds, but passes decades of country music’s most prized heritage. There’s the photo of Dolly Parton with Paul McCartney, next to the piano Richard Nixon played and just down the hall from the “duets” room inspired by […] The post Why Country Rules the Airwaves: Chronicling the Genre’s Continuing Moment and Challenging Future in One Music-Filled Night appeared first on WIRED....

    In the latest episode of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy, two fantasy author/military vets discuss their contributions to the Operation Arcana anthology. The post Fantasy Novels Inspired These Soldiers to Pick Up the Pen appeared first on WIRED....

    If the Internet taught us anything this week it's that it pays to think about domain registrations in advance. Also, people get really sad about pop stars. The post While You Were Offline: Some One Direction Punk Just Ruined the Whole World appeared first on WIRED....

    Read "Rules of Enchantment" from the military fantasy anthology Operation Arcana here. The post Preview the Military Fantasy Story ‘Rules of Enchantment’ appeared first on WIRED.

    The regular physical exams pilots go through don't seriously address the risk of mental illness. The post We Have No Way to Screen Every Pilot for Mental Illness appeared first on WIRED.

    Nintendo said today that its highly anticipated new Legend of Zelda for Wii U won't make its planned 2015 release date, and won't be at this year's E3 Expo. The post Wii U Zelda Won’t Arrive in 2015, or Even Show at E3 appeared first on WIRED....

    Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is in talks to acquire Silicon Valley chip builder Altera, according to reports. If the deal goes through, it would be Intel's largest takeover ever. The post To Stay Relevant, Intel Explores Its Biggest Takeover Ever appeared first on WIRED....

    After deliberating since Wednesday, a San Francisco jury delivered its verdict in Silicon Valley's most closely watched trial. The post After Loss, Pao Hopes Case Helped Level the Playing Field appeared first on WIRED....

    This weekend, Formula One heads to Malaysia, one of the most humid and hottest tracks on the calendar. It tests both man and machine. The post F1 Drivers Push Their Bodies to Extremes in Malaysia’s Heat appeared first on WIRED....
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        It's a new week and the North American PlayStation Store's Weekly Deals has been refreshed. It features a publisher sale on Square Enix and 2K games. This is a great opportunity to grab titles like Tomb Raider, Sleeping Dogs, Drakengard 3, Borderlands 2, Bioshock Infinite, and more for cheap! Here's a roundup of the some titles on sale:...

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    Since the horrific attack on Shi’ite mosques last week, Yemen has been tumbling into chaos. Militants of the Islamic State claimed responsibility, intensifying conflict with the rebel Houthi group that continues to gain control of parts of the country. Saudia Arabia has conducted airstrikes to try to stop the advance, and ground troops could also be sent from other countries. NOTE: Graphic content -- By Leanne Burden SeidelAnti-Houthi protesters demonstrate in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz, March 23. Soldiers loyal to Yemeni president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi fought off dozens of Shi'ite Houthi militiamen heading for the city of Aden. Iran-backed Houthis, who took over the southern city of Taiz on Sunday, agreed to share power with Hadi after they seized the capital in September. That split the
    With the NCAA March Madness Tournament underway, the mascots are out in force to bring good luck to their teams. Here are some of them, and other mascots representing their team or organization. -- By Lloyd YoungThe mascot of the Duke Blue Devils reacts after defeating the San Diego State Aztecs 68-49 during the third round of the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Time Warner Cable Arena on March 22. (Bob Leverone/Getty Images)
    Thousands of people lined the streets of Leicester, England, Sunday to view the coffin of King Richard III as it made its way to Leicester Cathedral for three days of public viewing before his remains are reinterred during a service attended by members of the royal family. The skeletal remains of the king were discovered in 2012 under a parking lot some 500 years after he was killed during the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. -- By Lloyd YoungThe King Richard III statue stands in the gardens of Leicester Cathedral, in Leicester, central England on March 19. King Richard III, the medieval English monarch whose remains were found under a car park three years ago, will be reburied on March 26, some 530 years after he was slain in battle and dumped in an humble grave. (Darren Staples/Reuters)
    Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere. The vernal equinox is anticipated by many looking forward to warmer temperatures and a welcoming rebirth. In some areas of the world, the signs are more apparent. This year, the first day of spring held the distinction of coinciding with a solar eclipse. -- By Leanne Burden SeidelPedestrians walk past flowering trees in Piedmont Park, March 16, in Atlanta. (David Goldman/Associated Press)
    With a severe solar storm raging, the Northern Lights, or aurora borealis, could be seen from the island of Nantucket this week. The phenomenon, usually visible only much farther north, takes place when gaseous particles in the Earth’s atmosphere collide with charged particles released from the sun. -- By Lloyd YoungThe aurora borealis, or the northern lights, over Derwent water near Keswick, England, on March 18. The northern lights are the result of collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere with charged particles released from the sun. (Owen Humphreys/Associated Press)
    With an impressive 108.6 inches of snow, Boston made history with its snowiest winter on record. Here is a look at how photographers captured the striking ways that this massive amount of snow changed the landscape in the region for months. Piles of snow along the streets of Squantum frame the city of Boston across Dorchester Bay. ( Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
    The United Nations children’s agency reported this week that 14 million children in Syria and Iraq are in crisis due to war. The number of children needing aid has greatly increased from the previous year and there are fears that living with the severe violence will permanently scar the young generation. Here is a look at recent photos depicting the lives of children during this conflict. -- By Leanne Burden SeidelPupils attend the first day of school in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab on March 2. They returned to class after Kurdish and rebel forces expelled Islamic State (IS) group jihadists from the town following more than four months of fighting. (Michalis Karagiannis/AFP/Getty Images)
    It seems, with the current snowpack in New England, skiers will be able to “Arc ‘em or park ‘em” until May this year. Here’s a look at some of those competing in or enjoying the winter sport since the beginning of the year. -- By Lloyd YoungA skier heads down a slope on Seegrube mountain above the western Austrian city of Innsbruck on March 10. (Dominic Ebenbichler/Reuters)
    A contingent from Boston, including students from the University of Massachusetts Boston, made their way to Selma, Ala., on a 25-hour bus ride to retrace the steps of those who marched over the Edmund Pettus Bridge 50 years ago for civil rights with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Globe photographer Jessica Rinaldi accompanied them on their journey to document their experience. -- By Lloyd YoungWinston Pierre, 22, of Dorchester watched a film on the bus ride to Selma, Ala., on March 6. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
    Holi is a festival that marks events in Hindu mythology and provides photographers with a colorful visual feast. It celebrates the beginning of spring, and falls on the last full moon day of the lunar month Phalguna, which was on March 6 this year. It is a joyous ritual when intense colors, light, emotion, and energy combine in a surreal vision of spirituality. -- By Leanne Burden SeidelWidows daubed in colors danced as they took part in the Holi celebrations organized by nongovernmental organization Sulabh International in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on March 6. Traditionally in Hindu culture, widows are expected to renounce earthly pleasure so they do not celebrate Holi. But widows at the shelter, who have been abandoned by their families, celebrated the festival by throwing flower
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    That's all there is. The site'll be here to puruse at any time.Follow me on my main site for further updates in new work from me. Or maybe on twitter. Bye!

    Thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you for stickin with me for however long you have stuck here. Gunshow was fun to do but I gotta do something else. I just have to. Thank you. Some important links for you: my main site, will soon be a easy way to check on what im doing. BACK is my other comic I am still doing with Anthony. We're just getting started with it. Pinocchio, a comic adaptation. While not...

    It's christmas... What are you doing here? I guess readin' this final bit of the story huh? Thanks for taking time away from your family to look at this dumb comic. If you don't celebrate/care about Christmas, enjoy your day off and thanks for checking it anyway. You didn't have to, but you did! One more. I'll see you....

    Da Devil!!! Uh oh!!! Etc. The story ends next update then another thing then.... well that's gunshow! Forever!PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    That's all for Tammy. See ya.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    beep beep im on a road trip as of this writing! The final gunshows have been uploaded so don't worry! Enjoy the new year and follow me on twitter... unLESS I BLOCKED YOUPATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...

    Just a heads up: I took down the gunshow facebook page and will delete the gunshow twitter since I got no use for em anymore once Gunshow ceases to update at the end of the year. I feel like not a lot of people are realizing this is for true or just don't read this blog down here. OH WELL...

    Here we go, full effect. Back at it again at krispy kreme. We're gonna eat the devil and gain her power.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    Sorry for the lateness. Internet issues. But we're here. And we're still sort of setting up the weird part of the story. Which will be revealed next update!! Hopefully not too..... hmm see you then!

    This is it... These are the final moments!! We go out with a story to sort of end off the office friends. This will last mostly all month up to the end. Just stick with us til then.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...
    New Comic: What Lies Beneath

    Gabe: I picked up Bloodborne expecting not to like it. I’ve never played any of the Souls games and from what I’d heard, Bloodborne was the same sort of game. As I understood it, these were brutally hard games that seemed to generate equal amounts of frustration and joy. I’m not an especially skilled gamer and I don’t tend to play very difficult games. I get frustrated easy and I’m usually the first to read a game F.A.Q. when I get stuck. I just sort of assumed Bloodborne was not for me. Boy was I ever wrong. Today’s comic is 100% accurate. I “quit” Bloodborne a bunch of times…...

    Tycho: The first day, he quit on two separate occasions.  This is not weird in any way.  It would be like if you had just gotten a job and your job was to be kicked over and over in places ill-suited to jostling.  You would say, “Maybe this isn’t for me.”  Then I got this text: I didn’t really want to tell him how to feel about it, I just wanted him to know that there was another camera on this scene and it was returning the same data.  He had unquit, but encouragement wasn’t what he needed; what he needed was to succeed.  I got this…...

    New Comic: Provisional Resignation

    Tycho: I was surprised that my cohort went in for something like Bloodborne - he’s never accompanied me on any previous journeys into “From Software Bullshit,” except in one instance, which I will detail later.  The main thing that distinguishes the new one from the old cadre is that it allows (in a way) for a more traditional co-operative multiplayer, which is almost certainly what sold him a copy. “Traditional” may be a misnomer, come to think of it, because while their work in this vein is traditional in its own context it doesn’t share a lot with other…...

    New Comic: Praxis

    Tycho: You can watch the same intro we did if you want to, and you should.  If I suggested that Final Fantasy XV had a wild tone - Monster Hunter Road Trip + heartthrob warlocks - the austerity and documentary presentation here will twist your head a few degrees past its stated tolerances.  Some have found it confusing!  As usual, I stand ready to part the veil. It’s entirely possible I’ve already talked about this particular thing, but I can’t risk it: I am not good at golf.  I am the only person I have ever heard of who has managed to putt into a sand…...

    Gabe: Today’s Sketchdump is an interesting one I think. Last week my youngest son came down with a cold and he was having a hard time sleeping. I laid down in his bed and read some stories to him and then he asked me to make one up. I started with the classic Dad play of using your kid in the story. “Once upon a time there was a little boy named Noah.” I ended up telling a story about a little boy who lived in a lighthouse on a tiny island in the middle of a great big ocean. One foggy day he saw a ship on the horizon and realized his light was turned off. So he had to run up the stairs all…...

    New Comic: The Facts

    Gabe: I was feeling a little nostalgic today. Usually I never go back in the archive but today I kept jumping back and forth between the current comic and the first one. Like this: I’ve been really focused this year on pushing ahead and trying to improve after a couple years of feeling sort of stagnant. This was a nice little reminder of how far I’ve already come, which is something I don’t often think about. I can still remember drawing that first strip. In fact there were two comics that I drew before that one, that never got posted. I can remember sitting at my drawing table…...
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    Notre Dame star Jewell Loyd struggled with her shot for the second straight game. Lindsay Allen was there again to help the Fighting Irish advance. Allen scored 23 points and top-seeded Notre Dame beat Baylor 77-68 in the Oklahoma City regional final Sunday night to reach its fifth consecutive Final Four. It's been awesome to see how ...

    Moving 2 1/2 games ahead of Chicago for second place in the Eastern Conference was all that mattered to James, who led Cleveland with 20 points. ''You find a way to win,'' he said as the Cavaliers hung on for their 16th straight home victory despite being held scoreless over the final 4:04. No matter however you go...

    San Antonio's emphasis on continuous ball movement was cast aside in the fourth quarter. Leonard scored San Antonio's first 15 points of the final period on his way to 25 points and 10 rebounds, leading the Spurs to a 103-89 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday. ''What Kawhi did to...

    Mike Krzyzewski is living in the moment with his youngest team ever, not thinking too much about the significance of his latest trip to the NCAA Final Four. With their trio of freshmen starting, the Blue Devils are going to their 16th Final Four, and a record-tying 12th for Krzyzewski, after a 66-5...

    The Los Angeles Clippers have responded quite nicely to a pair of disappointing losses to Western Conference contenders. J.J. Redick scored 27 points, Chris Paul had 21 points and 10 assists, and the Clippers beat the Boston Celtics 119-106 on Sunday for their seventh consecutive win. On March 13, the Clippers - minus Blake Griffin ...

    Denny Hamlin just needed a visit to Martinsville Speedway to get his racing team back on track. Now, with his spot in NASCAR's Chase for the championship virtually assured, they can work to make it better. Hamlin passed teammate Matt Kenseth for the lead with 28 laps to go Sunday and ended Toyota's 32-race winless streak in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at ...

    Travis Trice vowed a day earlier that he wasn't going to cry should the Michigan State Spartans continue their improbable run to the Final Four. The senior guard's vow lasted no more than 10 seconds once the final horn sounded following Michigan State's 76-70 overtime vic...

    Jimmy Walker made himself right at home on the Texas Open leaderboard. Walker won his hometown event Sunday to become the first two-time winner this season on the PGA Tour, beating fellow Texan Jordan Spieth by four strokes. ''(Spieth) really made me fight hard,'' Walker said. ''He kept hitting it close, and I had to keep making putts.'' Walker made birdie putts of 15 ...

    The most recent time DePaul reached the NCAA Tournament, Dave Leitao was the coach. The Blue Demons hope he can take them there again. Leitao, who coached DePaul from 2002-05, was brought back to lead the men's basketball program on Sunday. ''I underestimated what a special place DePaul University and the city of Chicago are when I left here in 2005....

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    For Apple Watch owners looking to pass the time playing games rather than paying attention to school or their jobs, choices so far have been limited to browsing social media. Thankfully, the first game has finally been approved for the Apple Watch. Rules! is a cute animal tapping puzzle game that has been available on iPhone and iPad since August 2014, but the newest update to the game makes it playable on Apple's smart watch as a stripped down "brain workout mini game". Finally, a new way to procrastinate in important settings and pretend you're still interested in your responsibilities. ...

    This awesome guy uses his feet to beat Destiny's Crota raid, on top of living with cerebral palsy. I'm pretty sure that makes him a badass. If you feel otherwise, come fight me.  The ending is the cutest thing ever when they finish the raid and give each other high fives; made me a little teary-eyed.  Boy with Cerebral Palsy defeats crota with feet! [reddit] ...

    With Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, I like and dislike different parts of it in almost equal measure. The combat is exciting and the characters are likable. On the other hand, the environments are a little dull and it suffers from a host of obnoxious bugs. Claptastic Voyage, the first and only "big" piece of downloadable content had the opportunity to fix a lot of what was broken with the base game. For the most part it succeeds in that endeavor, but it still seems like 2K Australia has a bit to learn about making the loot-shooter truly great. Read more......

    Like a ball of goo, I have watched the life of Grey Goo, a new real-time strategy game from developer Petroglyph, expand with enthusiasm, begin rolling, and slowly but surely lose mass as it turns into a tiny goo-ball that no one really notices anymore. But the goo-ball is still a decent goo-ball! Sure it's missing a big part of what made it so appealing in the first place, but it's not like it disappeared completely. Anyway, all I'm trying to say here is watch where you step. Read more......

    Today Sup Holmes we welcome James Mielke, formerly of 1UP, EGM, Q Entertainment, Q Games and now of Shinra Technologies. We're going to be talking all about his long and illustrious career. Get to know us!~ ...

    Monster Tale was a great little metroidvania on the original DS. Despite its cartoony look, it featured engaging combat that focused on juggle combos. It felt almost like a 2D version of the Batman: Arkham Asylum combat, where there was a certain rhythm to doing it successfully. In the most recent issue of Nintendo Force, developer DreamRift announced that it would be releasing an updated version on the 3DS. Monster Tale Ultimate follows the same adventure as the original iteration, but boasts updated visuals, stereoscopic 3D, an optional orchestral soundtrack, and balance tweaks. Monster Tale Ultimate revealed for 3DS [Nintendo Everything, thanks KnickKnackMyWack!] ...

    Religion is not something that is discussed much when talking about videogames, even though many games often feature religious themes and stories based on religious texts. It's difficult to avoid these things, since religion has had such an enormous influence on all cultures, so of course we're going to see it making its way into videogames. I've always appreciated seeing religious themes in games, even though I'm not religious myself. The folklore is very interesting to learn about, and it's not something I've spent a lot of my time reading up on by myself, so experiencing it in a videogame is about as close as I'm gonna get. Christianity in particular seems to be quite rare in videogames, but there are plenty of quality examples if you know where to look. Here are a few specific examples of Christianity's influence in videogames: ...

    Some smart people over at a company called Flint Rehabilitation Devices recognized the potential of videogames and developed the MusicGlove, which helps stroke victims recover the use of their hands by moving their fingers in rhythm to a game similar to Guitar Hero. Apparently, patients using the MusicGlove made many more significant improvements than those performing conventional exercises. It makes sense; playing a videogame can help patients stay focused on otherwise boring and repetitive exercises, and keep them coming back for more in the hopes of getting better at the game and beating their previous scores, all the while rehabilitating their hands. It makes me happy to see stuff like this. Videogames can be used for so many different things. Aside from simply being entertaining, they can be used for education, competition, artistic appreciation, and even health improvement. I have no doubt that we'll be seeing many more mainstream uses for videog...

    The first and only big story piece of downloadable content released for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel earlier this week, and I just finished playing through it. As usual, I took a bunch of screenshots as I played through. Fair warning: these screenshots contain general spoilers for the content, including special areas, boss fights, and cinematic cutscenes. Peruse at your own risk. Going through them just now, I realized that I basically only ever use one gun on my Wilhelm. I tried out the new glitch weaponry, but nothing works quite as well as the Moonface for me. Expect our review for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: Claptastic Voyage later today. ...

    [Note: There's some slightly-NSFW stuff in the video above. All the more reason to watch it!] In celebration of Dtoid's ninth anniversary, community art god Roberto Plankton has honored 109 of us with some of the most amazing sketches you will ever see with your eyes! Words can't even begin to describe what wonders are in store for you, so stop reading and just watch the damn video! Thanks to Roberto Plankton for sharing this! And if you haven't participated in our ninth anniversary celebration yet, there's still time to get your badge!...
    To be honest, I kind of like it.Read more...

    This past Saturday, Frieza held a meet-and-greet at a shopping mall in Shiga Prefecture, Japan to promote the upcoming Dragon Ball Z movie . A Frieza cosplayer showed up and things got awkward.Read more......

    As you're probably no doubt aware, Wrestlemania is currently happening right now. Like, right this second. So there's still time for the show to top its best moment, but how can you beat this? Ronda Rousey just made an appearance with The Rock and basically cleaned shop whilst wearing a Dragon Ball Z t-shirt. How can you beat that?Read more......

    Serg Souleiman is a freelance concept artist who has worked on games like Wolfenstein: The New Order, Mortal Kombat X, Forza 5, The Elder Scrolls Online and the Fallout series.Read more...

    The next Halo game will be out this October, Microsoft announced tonight in a trailer that aired during The Walking Dead.Read more...

    A 13-year-old kid from Camarillo, California was arrested earlier this month and has since confessed to three acts of "Swatting ". Read more...

    Shaun Himmerick, producer on Mortal Kombat X, is the latest games industry professional to step away from Twitter after receiving threats against his family. Read more...

    Rockstar released these Grand Theft Auto V screens over the weekend. They're for the PC version of the game, which after delay after delay is finally hitting on April 14.Read more...

    The grand finals of the 2015 Call of Duty Championships are happening today. Which of the 32 competing teams is going to walk away with $400,000? Head over to the Major League Gaming event site to watch live and see which 29 teams are definitely not winning. Read more......

    Just because the boss is dead doesn't mean it's time for a victory cheer, as streamer Jeff Ramos demonstrates in this video. Read more...
    Explosion:" God Eater 2 Rage Burst, the new entry of the series released last month on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Japan, has received a new update today."

    With the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt releasing in less than 2 months a lot of fans are getting more and more excited. Over the year there have been a lot of questions regarding the performance of the game on both the Xbox One and PS4. On Twitter Game designer Damien Monnier has spoken out regarding the performance on the Xbox One, PS4 compared to PC and also had something to say about DX12 optimization....

    Vice: When I first saw the moon fall on Clock Town and witnessed the shockwave radiate outwards, unstoppable and unendurable like the shockwaves in those old films of early nuclear-bomb tests, I knew that it's not the size of the moon that matters. It's what you do with it. And with its setting and structure and premise and that moon sinking in the sky, Majora's Mask does so much....

    Vice: In a 2011 interview, the writer Jeanette Winterson said, "Time is never linear. You always feel that everything happened just yesterday but also 100 years ago. I don't want to experience time in a line." On its surface, the episodic game Life is Strange, which just saw the release of its second part, is about literally not experiencing time in a line. Your character, the introverted photography student Max Caulfield, discovers that she has the ability to rewind time, a gift she uses to both impress her friend Chloe and to save Chloe's life more than once. This mechanic is Life is Strange's gameplay hook, its gimmick, but what makes the game so fascinating to me is the way that its concerns with time go so much deeper than Max's nifty superpower. This is a game that understands that we live our lives in interconnected moments, not in straight lines....

    Aquaplus next game reveal might be Utawarerumono 2. Last week, the company launched a secret promotion website called Dig for Next AQ. It has a minable rock, which has been slowly breaking with every click. And with its latest break, it looks like Utawarerumono protagonist Hakuoros mask is within it....

    Hardcore Gamer: You really gotta hand it to the Project M team. Even in the wake of the massive success of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the vigorous modders continue to support their Melee-esque mod for Brawl. Now Version 3.6 is on its way....

    Almost all gamers in the world have heard about E3, the major event where companies and developers get together with gamers to show off their latest projects. Well, indie developers dont need to feel left out anymore, since they have also had their own E3; a thing that is good for many reasons....

    2K Games and Amazon have teamed up to discount WWE 2K15 on both PS4 and Xbox One as well as both last-gen consoles for 31 hours only.

    One Angry Gamer "A game about going on an LSD trip and fighting nightmare creatures from hell called Overdosed: A Trip to Hell has landed on Steam Greenlight. The game is an overhead shooter that was inspired by Hotline Miami but seems to focus a lot of its gameplay on the old-school run-and-gun mechanics from Doom."...

    If you're a newcomer to Pillars of Eternity, this guide will help you start out your adventure with less frustration.
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    Husky Shenanigans So my husky stole my dad's potato skin off his plate. This was the ensuing argument. Due to family requests, I have disabled the comments for the time being (which may end up lasting quite a while). Again, appreciate all the support from everyone and part 2 will come as soon as it happens! -CERKirby From: CERKirby Views: 4085425
    Ed Sheeran Surprises Deserving Wedding Couple! Is there a nicer guy than Ed Sheeran? When Ed heard that we were helping to organise a special wedding for two of our deserving listeners, Matt and Kya, and that they had chosen one of his songs for their wedding dance he offered to come and surprise them and give them a wedding gift they will never forget. Congratulations to Matt and Kya we hope you both find the happiness you deserve. And Ed Sheeran, well, we just love you! #KyleandJackGiveBack #EdSheeran When KIIS 1065’s Kyle & Jackie O surprised struggling young Sydney coupl
    SPECTRE TEASER TRAILER – Coming Soon See the first teaser trailer for the 24th James Bond adventure SPECTRE. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE. Starring: Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, David Bautista and Andrew Scott. Directed By Sam Mendes Written By John Logan, Neal Purvis &
    The Rock Obama Cold Open - SNL After the actions of Rep. John Boehner (Taran Killam), Sen. Ted Cruz (Bobby Moynihan) and Sen. Tom Cotton (Kyle Mooney) make him lose his cool, President Obama (Jay Pharoah) turns into The Rock Obama (Dwayne Johnson). Download the SNL App for free: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/app For more SNL 40th Anniversary Special: http://goo.gl/gLyPTc Get more SNL on Hulu Plus: http://www.hulu.com/saturday-night-live Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video Like SNL: https://www.fac
    VOLVO LIFEPAINT Volvo Cars presents LifePaint. The best way to survive a crash, is not to crash. LifePaint is a unique reflective safety spray. Invisible by daylight, it shines brightly in the glare of car headlights. Making the invisible, visible. Find out more at www.volvolifepaint.com #volvolifepaint From: Volvo LifePaint Views: 349945
    Clap your hands, baby announcement. At our 14 week ultrasound our baby was clapping, so I sang a song with our doctor as my husband filmed. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com From: Jen Cardinal Views: 2368074
    Hardwell live at Ultra Music Festival 2015 - FULL HD Broadcast by UMF.TV Hardwell Live at Ultra Music Festival 2015 Subscribe to my channel now! → http://bit.ly/HardwellTube Join me on Facebook → http://bit.ly/HardwellFB Full tracklist: http://1001.tl/72982 Ultra Music Festival continues to be a highlight across the live calendar, from Japan to it’s legendary cityscape event in Miami, the latter was certain to be a sparkling jewel in the crown of an amazing run of live dates for Hardwell. From his now-iconic to the scene livesets that have been watched by millions onli
    Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber - All That Matters (Live in Miami) "My Everything” Available Now! http://smarturl.it/ArianaMyEvrythnDlxiT Music video by Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber performing "All That Matters live at the Honeymoon Tour". © 2015 Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. From: ArianaGrandePromo Views: 1276197
    Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron - Super Siblings - OFFICIAL | HD Official Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer 3 – assembling in UK & IRE cinemas Thursday 23 April. When Tony Stark jumpstarts a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as they battle to save the planet from destruction at the hands of the villainous Ultron. From:
    Wisconsin Basketball Player Has Embarrassing Moment at Press Conference Watch as Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes continues his fun with the NCAA stenographer but ends up in a hilarious embarrassing moment soon after! And in case you're curious... syz·y·gy /'sizijē'/ noun ASTRONOMY - a conjunction or opposition, especially of the moon with the sun: "the planets were aligned in syzygy" - a pair of connected or corresponding things: "animus and anima represent a supreme pair of opposites, the syzygy" SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oqg3iE
    This is why I only shop at upscale stores.
    That was a mean punch! And the cameraman also felt some of her rage.
    Let's hope it's all downhill from here.
    That female is indestructible.
    No other cat would even care.
    That's why you always assume a gun is loaded.
    At least his friends got a good laugh out of it.
    On one hand that is disgusting. On the other hand I'm jealous that she will never have to wait in line at a public bathroom.
    It would still be as big a mess as Transformers 4...
    It is beginning to feel like spring, but winter is coming.
    This farmer skipped the whole "raise & train a lifelong companion" method of herding sheep, a method that's worked for hundreds of years, and just straight-up herd his sheep with a badass drone. It works surprisingly well.
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    Dangerous, absurd, a little bit sad. These are the most common qualities of all Russian videos on the internet. And every one of those is on display in this brilliant tribute to the resilient people of Mother Russia.
    Flirting is a delicate exercise in not coming off creepy. Which makes it all the harder when you try to flirt with someone of an uncertain age. Not to mention that the media has duped us into thinking
    Last night Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson returned to host SNL once again, and with him came the return of 'The Rock Obama.' It's a rich sketch premise born of a silly pun, that doesn't feel totally tired when recycled. Besides, it's satisfying to see the usually calm & collected president smash his enemies with his mighty executive powers:...
    Ever since the live-action Maleficent, Cinderella, & Alice in Wonderland, Disney has been draining dry its most famous franchises for cash with darker remakes. So naturally SNL, with the help of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, gave us a peek at wha...
    The animators over at ADHD have given us a glimpse of what Smurf village would look like with all the violence, sex, and gore that goes on in the pages of George R.R. Martin. P...
    YouTube comedian Robbie Sherrard recently got his credit card hacked, and he's got some tips on how to set things right. In this video you'll learn: How to use you...
    Plenty of geniuses were never appreciated in their time. Galileo. Van Gogh. This punster bored at work:
    Wrestling sucks, but not for the reasons YOU think it sucks.
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    Background: We have a project with client side(Javascript) and server side(C#). There is a calculation logic need to run in both sides, so it is written in both Javascript and C#. We have many unit tests for the C# version classes. Our goal is to share the unit tests for both C# and Javascript implementation. Current situation: We are able to run the Javascript code in an embeded JS engine (Microsoft ClearScript). The code looks like this: public decimal Calulate(decimal x, decimal y) { string script = @" var calc = new Com.Example.FormCalculater(); var result = calc.Calculate({0}, {1});"; this.ScriptEngine.Evaluate(string.Format(script, x, y)); var result = this.ScriptEngine.Evaluate("result"); return Convert.ToDecimal(result); } However, writing such classes takes a lot of effort. We are looking for a way to create such classes dynamically at runtime. For exmample, we ...

    How to increasing 100 each time when I clicked ? Any mistake I have make ? Please tell me thanks $(".label").click(function () { var number = 100; number++; $(".shownumber").text(number); }); .label{ width:auto; } .label:hover{ background:#ccc; } <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <label class="label">click me</label> <div class="shownumber">100</div> ...

    I have the following jQuery line: $('<html><a href="cnn.com">hi</a></html>').find('a') I expect the result to be a wrapped set of one element. However the result is an empty array ([]). Why? -- EDIT -- For some reason the code below works. $('<html><div><a href="cnn.com">hi</a></div></html>').find('a'); Why is this happening...

    Earlier I was sorting NSMutableArray in below way. NSSortDescriptor *sortDescriptor1; sortDescriptor1 = [[NSSortDescriptor alloc] initWithKey:@"Carton_IsDelivered" ascending:NO]; NSArray *sortDescriptors = [NSArray arrayWithObject:sortDescriptor1]; customerDetailsArray = [[customerDetailsArray sortedArrayUsingDescriptors:sortDescriptors] mutableCopy]; This was sorting based on Carton_IsDelivered value which hold true & false value. This was working fine. Now as per new requirement, I want to sort by Carton_IsDelivered & Carton_AreaName. What I want is Carton_IsDelivered=true group by Carton_AreaName +Carton_IsDelivered=false group by Carton_AreaName For that I used below. NSSortDescriptor *sortDescriptor1; NSSortDescriptor *s...

    I've got a little problem about an exercice which is supposed to explain how malloc works. For starters, here's the header we have been given: struct cell_m { unsigned int magicnumber ; struct cell_m *next ; void *userspacestart ; void *userspacestop ; }; typedef struct cell_m *liste_t ; As you can see, I have only a next pointer so it's a simple chained list. I am supposed to code a function to insert a cell_m inside a liste_t of cell_m. There is one condition, the size of the cell_m that we want to insert must be smaller than the one we're currently at. Here's my code of this function : void insert(liste_t *list, liste_t cell) { liste_t *old_list = malloc(sizeof(liste_t*)); if (sizeof((*list)->userspacestop) - (sizeof((*list)->userspacestart)) >= (sizeof(cell->userspacestop)) - (sizeof(cell->userspacestart))) ...

    This is my function which is print employee absences for 5 days. but what i need is 5 days must be sequence for (int j = 0; j < apsentEmployees.Count; j++) { Attendance att = (Attendance)apsentEmployees[j]; string dates =""; if (att.apsentDates.Count < 5) continue; for (int k=0; k < att.apsentDates.Count ; k++) { DateTime d= (DateTime) att.apsentDates[k]; dates += d.ToString("dd/MM/yyyy", new CultureInfo("ar-SA")) + "<br>"; } html += "<tr><td>" + count + "</td><td><a href=SearchEmployee.aspx?month=" + ddlMonthsFrom.SelectedValue"; count++; } ViewState["SaveDeduction"] = apsentEmployees; html += "</table>"; lblTable.Text = html; } ...

    I'm trying to make an array which contain int[][] items i.e int version0Indexes[][4] { {1,2,3,4} , {5,6,7,8 , } int version1Indexes[][4] { ...... } int version15Indexes[][4] {... } (total of 16) int indexes[][][] = { version0Indexes,version1Indexes, .. } anyone can suggest how to do so ? Thanks...

    How to get all elements of a list by instance? I have a list that can have any class implementation of an interface Foo: interface Foo; class Bar implements Foo; I want to use the java8 stream api to provide a utility method for extracting all elements of a specific class type: public static <T extends Foo> List<T> getFromList(List<Foo> list, Class<T> type) { return (List<T>) list.stream().filter(entry -> type.isInstance(entry)).collect(Collectors.toList()); } using: List<Foo> list; List<Bar> bars = Util.getFromList(list, Bar.class); Result: It works, but I have to add @SuppressWarnings due to the unchecked cast of (List<T>). How can I avoid this?...

    I'm wondering if JavaScript has a writing format for using html elements that have both single and double quotes inside JavaScript functions. May be something like heredoc for javascript or it could be a function in jQuery. I couldn't find a solution to my problem and will try to describe it below: I am writing a web page on php. I have a page and there is a form in it. There is a jQuery function that appends select elements to a form. After appending, user selects some options and submit the form. (I really wanted to paste a whole code here to make it clearer, but there is a big amount of code which is not so nice, so I tried to simplify it for you, sorry for some bad code) I have a php variable like this one (select has onchange event, showUser is a function with AJAX request): $string = <<<EOT <select name="sapak[]" onchange='showUser(this.value, document.getElementsByName...

    I am developing an app which mostly uses 1 view controller. When the user presses a button it populates an array and uses that array to populate a hidden table view using [myTable reloadData]. Then he can press a button and the table disappears, and with another button it should do the same thing again, populate the same array with the same function and reload data. But when I do that, the cell's sizes increase and it forces my table subview to increase in size and thus use scrolling to display all the data, while the first time it all fits inside the table subview. I have probably made an error in the storyboard options of my app, but here's my delegation methods just in case: -(UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath { UITableViewCell *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:@"playerCell" forIndexPath:indexPath]; cell.textLabel.text = [NSMutableString stringWithFormat:@...
Hacks

  • hackaday
  • lifehacker
    Somehow or another, the modern hackerspace isn’t centered around table saws, drill presses, band saws, lathes, or mills. The 3D printer and laser cutter are the tools of the future. No one has yet figured out how to build a 3D printer or laser cutter out of several hundred pounds of cast iron, so until then [Chad] will lead the charge modifying old table saws into these modern machine tools. The build logs for the laser engraver and 3D printer are pic heavy and text lean, but there’s enough detail to make a few educated guesses. Both of these machines …read more...

    This is the Kyosho Blizzard, a tracked remote control vehicle that’s a blast to take out in the rapidly retreating snowpack. [Antibore] was interested in performance testing the range of the thing. It includes a camera that streams video back to a tablet or smartphone. Both the video and the controls use WiFi for communications. As he expected, the rover loses control signal at about fifty meters, with the video has a disappointing twenty meter limit. His workaround is to saddle the crawler with a 3G bridge. Not a bad idea that may be feasibly completed with hardware you have …read more...

    [terenceang] got his feet wet with the ESP8266 WiFi module by hacking up an IKEA Molgan PIR light. The stock PIR light simply lights when motion is detected. [terenceang] added some extra functionality to it by making it send notifications to his phone as well. The default configuration of the stock PIR light was to only work at night. This is done with a photo diode. It was removed to make it work in daylight, along with several other components. He removed a handful of current limiting resistors to disable the hi output LEDs. One was preserved as a visual …read more...

    Every once in a while, the Hackaday Overlords have a Hardware Developers Didactic Galactic in San Francisco. Last week was #06 featuring [Mike Estee] from Othermill and Hackaday writer [Joshua Vasquez] talking about synthesizing an SPI slave in an FPGA. Video here. It’s no secret that [Fran] is building a DSKY – the part of the Apollo guidance computer that was on-screen in Apollo 13. It’s time for a project update, and here’s where she stands: if anyone has a source of JAN-spec Teledyne 420 or 422-series magnetic latching relays (they’re in a TO-5 package), contact [Fran]. The backplane …read more...

    [Chris] is a homebrewer – the tasty kind – and wanted a way to track the rate of specific gravity against temperature. Tracking temperature is easy, all you need is a 1-wire temperature probe hooked up to the microcontroller of your choice. Logging the rate of fermentation isn’t as simple, but with a time of flight sensor, a hydrometer, and some pool toys, [Chris] kludged something together that works reasonably well. Specific gravity, and thus fermentation, has been measured for centuries with hydrometers. Not wanting to complicate matters with electronic sensors, [Chris] built a floating cage for his hydrometer out …read more...

    Tired of buying boring keyboards with almost no customization available? We’ve seen lots of keyboard hacks before, but if you want to take it a step further — why not make it from scratch and have it 3D printed? Reddit user [Wildpanic] has just finished his first attempt at a 3D printed keyboard and he’s even shared the files to make it over at Thingiverse. The frame is entirely 3D printed, but he’s chosen to use pre-manufactured key switches, which is probably for the best. They are the Cherry MX Green variety, which have these little clips in the side …read more...

    What’s cooler than a sweet skateboard? A sweet electric skateboard! And the only thing cooler than that is a DIY electric skateboard. [comsa42] has proven to be a DIY electric skateboard aficionado with his new project. It’s a rebuild and upgrade from his electric longboard that has previously been featured on Hackaday. The most noticeable change is the size of the deck, it was cut down to be 31 inches long to enhance its maneuverability. The electronics are housed in an updated fiberglass compartment that attaches to the bottom of the deck. The old compartment had a large port that …read more...
    Some managers are great interviewers...and some are lousy. If you encounter the latter, you might get the job if you ask the interviewer the right questions.Read more...

    When you get an email that you need some help with, you might just forward the message. The body of the email then explains why you forwarded it. Putting "Help" in the subject line might get you a better response.Read more......

    MacBook Pro users are all too familiar with a trackpad that doesn't click properly. Sometimes it just wears out. Before you do an expensive repair, check your MacBook's battery for bulging.Read more......

    Creating new habits is tough, even with a few tricks up your sleeve . The Cue-Routine-Reward systems works great, if you can find your cues. If you're having trouble, try using someone else's cue.Read more......

    iOS: Apple's Find My Friends shares your location with other iOS users. If the other person isn't on an iPhone, Transitory.Me will share your location by email or text message. Read more...

    Whether you're gaming, taking video calls, listening to music, or doing all three, a good headset makes a huge difference. There are tons of choices on the market, lots of them good, but this week we're looking at five of the best, based on your nominations. Read more......

    Fondue pots are one of those things everyone gets as a wedding gift, and most people use once a year—not exactly the best use of space and money. A pressure cooker will melt cheese or chocolate to the right consistency much faster.Read more......

    Generous return policies make shopping easy. After all, if you don't like it, you can return it. That could lead to overspending. If you're prone to this type of thinking, establish a personal "no return policy" to keep your spending in check.Read more......

    Chrome: Google Chrome can send any web page to your Chromecast. If you want to close the tab on your computer, though, the content won't refresh. DashCast updates the page so you'll have the latest content.Read more......

    Whether you have a formal collection or just a bunch of things, all that stuff can overwhelm you. Even if you don't have museum quality items, setting some policies might keep it all in check.Read more......
Anime

  • animenewsnetwork
  • n4g
    With the conclusion of Death Parade, iblessall of Mage in a Barrel takes some time to unpack what the show had to say about judgment, understanding others, and the inherent solitude of being human.

    Butler How alluring it sounds Butler Something you wish you have once in a life and on top of it, HES A HANDSOME DUDE! You know who Im talking about, right?! OK, lets dive into awesome cosplays of Black Butler. Enjoy!...

    The appeal of stories like this of course lies in their male characters. To be honest, we could care less about who the protagonist will be with, as long as we are able to enjoy a feast of MEN. Men in different body shapes, hair color, personal features, characters, and special skills (?). Ouran High School Host Club gives a perfect selection of the different types of attractive men across the wide spectrum of female preferences. As common as the settings in Ouran High School Host Club, it is incomparable in its humor and the development of its characters. However, we still managed to find some similar anime that take on features akin to our beloved Ouran High School Host Club. Here are our picks! ----- 1. Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun (Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun) 2. Uta noPrince-Sama 3. Free! 4. ......

    The anime adaption of KanColle (Kantai Collection) will continue after the end of the first season. At this time what exactly has been announced is unclear. It could be a movie or perhaps a second season of the anime....

    Thanks for watching 'This Week In Anime'! This week we talk about the Attack On Titan live action film trailer, One Punch Man's staff and teaser, No Game, No Life getting an English dub an so much more!...

    DeNA's free Manga Box smartphone and tablet app published the 43rd chapter of Seimaru Amagi and Minami Ozaki's Genji the Death's Friend (Tky Genji Monogatari) manga last Saturday, revealing that Amagi will conclude the manga in the next chapter on March 28....

    The Boy and The Beast (Bakemono no Ko), the upcoming anime film from director Mamoru Hosoda (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, Wolf Children), is inspiring a manga series before the movie opens. The May issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Shnen Ace magazine announced on Thursday that Renji Asai (Sent Jsai Masurawo) will launch the manga in the next issue on April 25....

    The 177th issue of Kadokawa's Kadokawa Niconico Ace online magazine revealed on Wednesday that Mizuki Sakakibara (Tiger & Bunny) will launch a new manga series titled Haira no SP -Rybatsu-ch Chsa Shikkbu Dai-3-Ka (Haira no SP -Rybatsu Agency Investigation Executives, Division 3) in the magazine's next issue, which Kadokawa and Niconico Video will publish on April 14....

    Animenewsnetwork - Say what you will about Kunihiko Ikuhara repeating himself in terms of imagery and theme, he has grown to have an incredible amount of narrative control. He knows how to maximize a story's effect. He can make an audience feel exactly what he wants at the exact point he wants in a story, and every setup he creates has a payoff down the line....

    Animenewsnetwork - Well, that was an ending. With Gotou dead and all the show's major conflicts concluded, we were largely in epilogue mode this week, as Shinichi gave us an unnecessarily extended version of last episode's final points before the show went over a cliffnotes version of all the prior themes. The show needed more than last episode's very abrupt climax, but I can't say I'm happy with this ending - it did what it had to, but wasn't particularly graceful about it....





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