If you often find yourself waiting with bated breath for a time traveler to appear in your midst, and give you the secret to the time-space continuum, we’ve got just the thing for you: a Craigslist ad
Because all time travelers must be seeking out friends somewhere, right?
This Doghouse Diaries comic describes the best way to address time travelers so you don’t spook them. And remember, you really have to emphasize your ability to…
The perfect stocking stuffer is quirky and thoughtful and puts a smile on the recipient’s face. It’s also inexpensive, to put a smile on yours. Oh, and it should probably fit inside a stocking.
Don’t leave those mini-gifts to the last minute. (“Drugstore chocolate? You shouldn’t have!”) We’ve compiled a list of 15 tech-tastic stocking stuffers for the geeks in your life, whether they’re iPhone obsessives, exceptional tablet artists or rabid…
Finding the perfect Secret Santa present is a true challenge
The item has to show you know a little something about what makes your giftee an individual and ideally inject a little good-natured humor into the gift-giving process. It’s not always an easy ask, especially when you’re working with a set budget
Inspired by the world of social media, popular Internet culture and plain old-fashioned geekery, we have found 20 items that we’re sure will be…
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The Big Mac, the Quarter Pounder and the Double Cheeseburger are the Olympic champions of the McDonald’s menu.
But dozens of McFlops have lined the path to the vast market offered by this fast-food behemoth.
With its place as the No. 1 fast food chain in the world, McDonald’s has frequently pushed the envelope of innovation.
Yet for every successful experiment like Chicken Selects or the McGriddle, McDonald’s secret McLab has…
Remember the strange Google-owned barge parked just off Treasure Island, matched by a counterpart in Portland, Maine? The one CNET uncovered last Friday, and suggested might be Google’s patented floating data center? The mystery that made it as far as a Daily Show segment?
Well, San Francisco TV station KPIX says it’s solved the case. The barges contain Google’s answer to Apple stores, only much more exclusive — and run by the company’s secret projects division.
Pavel Durov, the creator of Russia’s biggest social network VKontakte, is more than a little familiar with government surveillance.
On a prep call for a surprise appearance at TechCrunch Disrupt in Berlin today, he joked with co-editor Alexia Tsotsis to say “Hi” to government agents that he thought were listening on the call. His home and VKontakte’s offices were also both searched amid an investigation into a traffic incident that Durov has denied involvement in. The Russian government…
Carrying signs emblazoned with “Stop Massive Spying” and “We the People — Not See the People,” thousands gathered at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. on Saturday to protest against the National Security Agency, whose mass surveillance methods have been under fire since whistleblower Edward Snowden first revealed them in June.
Called “Stop Watching Us,” the protest featured speakers and performers urging U.S. Congress to investigate the NSA’s top-secret surveillance programs. Ultimately,…
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