Frozen, Archer Season 4, Joss Whedon, Cards Against Humanity [Deals]

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Disney's Frozen hits store shelves on March 18, and you can pre-order the blu-ray today for $20. Don't forget to check out the deleted scenes. [Amazon]

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Illustration for article titled Frozen, Archer Season 4, Joss Whedon, Cards Against Humanity [Deals]

From io9's Robert T. Gozalez: Just a heads up: Amazon's got a nice lineup of stuff on sale this week from Joss Whedon's television oeuvre, with box sets of Buffy, Firefly, and more available in DVD and Blu-Ray offerings. (Firefly and Dollhouse season 1 Blu-rays are region-free, too, which is always nice.) Fans looking to flesh out their collections should check it out.


Illustration for article titled Frozen, Archer Season 4, Joss Whedon, Cards Against Humanity [Deals]

Cards Against Humanity is back in stock on Amazon, along with its second, third, and fourth expansions. Picking it up is probably the least horrible thing you'll do all day. [Amazon]

Show us your favorite card combos in the comments.


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vinylrake

I haven't read it but the first line of "The Art of Hacking" confirmed my suspicions and might be all you need to know about the book.

""The Art of Hacking" is an excellent read that redefines the term "hacker" to what it used to mean: someone who was innovative enough to find new, better ways to accomplish ordinary, everyday tasks."

I am sorry but this is revisionist bulls*&t. "Hacker" as a term didn't exist until computing did, and it applied ONLY to computer exploits - it NEVER had anything to do with finding 'new, better ways to accomplish ordinary, everyday tasks". As an example, when people use to talk about getting into computer systems they weren't authorized to there were basically two ways to do it - either conning someone into giving you access to an account you weren't supposed to have (e.g. "social engineering") or using computer skills to get past a system's security ("hacking"). If revisionists like this author were correct there would have been no need for a separate term because one would have been called 'person hacking' or 'social hacking' and the other would have been called 'computer hacking' or 'hardware hacking' - but they weren't - why? because "hacking" only describes the computer skills.

I hate this. I really do. and get off my lawn.