Anthem, the second-largest health insurance company in the U.S., admitted today that it got majorly hacked, exposing the Social Security numbers, birthdates, addresses, and more of what may be millions of customers.
I've heard many weird versions of The Star-Spangled Banner in my life. But this one, by a guy shooting his gun at tuned metal sheets, is by far the weirdest.
The fun in live looping is all about hearing how a song is made—how a series of bloops and beats and basses get layered into actual music. It's just one person and some foot pedals. And in her video for "Anthem," Kawehi invites us to watch how a song is put together.
Why did this take so long? There's an all-singing, all-dancing Ayn Rand off-Broadway production coming to New York in May. The Anthem is inspired by Rand's novella "Anthem," set in a world where individuality is illegal. Including the cowboy from the Village People!
Winning a sporting event while representing your country is supposed to be a moment of pride—standing atop the medal podium, hearing your national anthem, feeling all your hard work pay off. Not for this Kazakhstan athlete in Kuwait. Kuwait accidentally blared Borat's obscene parody anthem thinking it was…