With less than 50 days to go before Brazil hosts the World Cup finals, chatter over whether it's prepared has been growing by the day. This doesn't help: The event's logo is being ridiculed for bearing an uncanny resemblance to the internet's favorite way to express disgust, shame, or embarrassment—the ol' facepalm.
You know what smells awesome? Hot, sweaty leather—like the ass crack of Jim Morrison's pants. And now you can enjoy the pungent aroma every time you sit in this Frankensteined armchair and pull a 10k on its integrated erg.
A part of me believes that this is how Jean-Luc Picard's infamous facepalm gesture really slipped into popularity. Coincidentally, that same part of me is currently begging a browser plug-in to just work already.
With new Steve Jobs emails surfacing everyday, someone thought to send Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein a personal note. His chipper response is not necessarily what you'd expect from somebody who's been watching his company fall apart before his eyes.
It's no secret that Palm is hurting, and hurting bad. But we knew that they at least had something on the horizon: the launch of two devices on AT&T, with all signs pointing to them being updated versions of the Pre and the the Pixi landing sometime in April or May. Well, according to John Paczkowski, Palm's…