Let’s not mince, dice, or julienne words here: There’s never a bad time for a burrito.
Chipotle announced it will be closing up shop nationwide for a few hours as part of its attempt to halt its ongoing E. Coli outbreak. But why hasn’t the company been able to stop the outbreak, or even find the source yet? The answer isn’t in the restaurant chain—it’s in the bacteria.
Chipotle isn’t known for stingy serving sizes, but people have been coming up with tricks to maximize the size of their burritos for years. But our days of gloriously unhealthy oversized heaps of Tex-Mex fast food may be numbered: Chipotle has enlisted a 3D printing company to fight the scourge of overstuffed…
OK, stop doing whatever the heck you're doing, because this is it. Today there's a new before and after in the internet. Actually, it's basically this video and then the rest of the internet. Like, that's the division in my head—tiny hamsters eating tiny burritos, then some internet crap I really don't care about.
For some people, exercise and working out is a way to keep their bodies fit and trim. But for most of us, it's just a way to feel less guilty when we overindulge. So to stay inspired to make it all the way through your next yoga class, keep your gear in this giant burrito bag that provides a delicious-looking reminder…
If you want to contribute toward the pixelated glory of the species, look away from Foursquare, Uber, Snapchat, Temple Run, "Path," or whatever the hell else. These are sideshows and baubles. Chipotle's first update since 2009 is why tech matters.
Remember the Tacocopter, that delicious hoax? Thought that may not have been real, the Burrito Bomber is, and though it may not be able to bomb a burritos at you yet, maybe someday it will. After all, the onslaught of food drones is pretty much inevitable.
You are looking at the largest piece of tin foil in the planet, one of the James Webb Space Telescope's sunshield membranes. There will be five of these membranes, which will keep its core at 50 Kelvin (-369.67F or -223.15C).
Disgusting food advocate Matthew Yglesias has a story in Slate that makes the case that "in many ways, the Chipotle burrito is very similar to the iPhone." Which would be true, if iPhones were completely disgusting.I'm not sure that Yglesias intended his point about low-paid assembly line workers to be a…
Eating Mexican is inexpensive and convenient—just walk outside and find the nearest purveyor of Mexican food. What a world! But protecting your photography gear? That's usually neither. So wouldn't it make sense to turn your lens into Mexican food?