Internet personalities Baked Alaska and Millennial Matt had a lot of fun at this past weekend’s white supremacist rallies. Well, until Baked Alaska was maced, I guess. They used tools like Twitter and YouTube to bring their online followers into the heart of the racist action. But curiously, the two still insist that…
I hate to speak for the Judeo-Christian deity—I imagine he’s not particularly a fan of it either—but I’m fully confident when I say God does not approve of Timur Bekmambetov’s Ben-Hur remake, which has turned a historical and religious epic into a dumb, loud, shitty summer blockbuster.
Sequence—a great short film by Spanish director Carles Torrens—starts with a guy waking up one day. The girl he loves hates him because she had a terrible nightmare where he was doing something utterly horrible. They argue, he leaves to work, and finds out the whole world had that exact same dream and hates him too.
The masses of the tech world will, more often than not, refuse to agree on anything. But there are still those few bits of magic that mysteriously and periodically bring joy to almost every single disgruntled cynic out there. Everyone, that is, except you.
New Jersey police are in search of A bigot who set up a Wi-Fi network called "F*ck All Jews and N*****s" inside a community center in the town of Teaneck, 10 miles outside of New York City.
Just in time for 4/20, Ziggy Marley's THC-themed superhero drops by comic stores to trick crooks into thinking they're dying (so they'll call 911 on themselves). Plus, new Peter Bagge and a metric bongload of new graphic novels!
A 25-year-old moving to New York is willing to pay $1400 for a room in SoHo. However, there's no way in hell he would put up with any iPhone or iPad user, so apartment sharing candidates must be Apple-free:
Psychological torture was on the menu last night when Hiro struggled with brain scrambling, Sylar returned to his body, Claire frowned, and I was forced to watch two hours of Heroes with drunk bisexuals.
If there's one thing that makes me vomit in my mouth, it's plastic gadgets painted silver.
A study commissioned by Professor Semir Zeki of University College London sought to explore the difference between love and hate in the human mind. It found, oddly enough, that hate tends to be more rational than love. What does this all have to do with gadgets? It just might explain why you commenters fight…