Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011The Terror of LinkedIn

Happy Passover. I have a question: If I smear lamb's blood on my router, will I stop getting "invitations to connect on LinkedIn?" Because I freaking hate them. It's not that I hate LinkedIn-just the emails. More to the point: I hate that I hate the emails, which I think leverage a culture of fear to draw attention to the site. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011Why Twitter Might Be Ruining Your Love Life

A new series of studies out of OKCupid's data-crunching love labs reveal daily Twitter users have shorter relationships than those who don't-five to ten percent shorter. This makes sense. Twitter might turn us into more annoying, vain mates. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 201197 Gorgeously Golden Photos

For two hours a day the world is at its most beautiful. These 97 remarkable photos celebrate that time. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011T-Mobile G-Slate Hands-On: Who Wants 3D Lite?

Under the hood, there's not much separating the T-Mobile G-Slate from its nearest known competitor, the Motorola Xoom. Both run stock builds of Android Honeycomb. Both use the Tegra 2 chipset. Both have 1 gig of RAM. Both come equipped with 5 megapixel More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011Sony's Crackle App Streams Movies and TV Shows to Your iPhone and iPad for Free

Sony just released Crackle, an app that streams full-feature movies and popular TV shows to your iPhone and iPad for free. For free. For free! We're talking popular TV shows like Seinfeld and More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011GIZMODO at 2011 Smart Home Opens This Friday!

Gizmodo and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI) have teamed up to bring you something amazing - the 2011 Smart Home: Green + Wired exhibit, opening this Friday, April 22, 2011! More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011A Rabbi Armed with a Blowtorch Keeps Things Kosher

If you saw a 6 foot 3 inch man built like a football player armed with a 3 1/2-foot blowtorch, what would you do? Why if you're Jewish, you'd hire him to clean your place before Passover. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011Man Dressed as Mannequin Took Pictures in Women's Bathrooms

A 22-year-old man in Birmingham, England was arrested recently. His crime? Dressing up like a mannequin, stationing himself in women's restrooms at the local mall, and snapping smartphone pictures of their feet under the stalls. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 201110 Marvels of Underwater Photography Celebrated by National Geographic

What was the first color underwater photo, and how was it taken? What exactly was Jacques Cousteau's influence on the underwater photography field? How were photos taken of the Titanic, 12500 feet below the surface? National Geographic has a fascinating little slideshow of the history of underwater photography, though More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011Store More Than 36 Photos on These Film Roll USB Sticks

Perhaps Etsy seller Newfocus should recycle some of those old Kodachrome film rolls and charge even more than $19 for a 2GB stick, and $24 for a 4GB stick. I'd buy one, and I know plenty of other film-shooters would too. More »

Top Stories: Tuesday, April 19, 2011Logitech iPad 2 Keyboard Case Makes Your Lies about Working More Believable

Everyone's favorite excuse for lugging an iPad to all manner of inappropriate places and events is that it allows them to be productive everywhere they go. But how many people do you know who can actually type on More »