March Madness comes to an end this weekend, but it’s the perfect time for the return of one of our favorite series, HBO’s Game of Thrones. It’s joined Sunday night by the premiere of Mike Judge’s new comedy Silicon Valley, and Turn, a new… …read more
It’s easy to understand the personal benefits of a potential kill switch requirement for cellphones; thieves would have less incentive to swipe your handset if they knew that it would become a brick. However, Creighton University professor William… …read more
It’s the end of a — wait for it
For nine years, lovable goofball Ted Mosby has searched far and wide for his soulmate. Along the way, he’s had his heart broken (thanks, Stella), made mistakes in the shape of butterfly tattoos and had curious incidents with pineapples
But at least he’s gotten some good stories (and life lessons) out of it all
How I Met Your Mother ends its television run Monday night, which means it’s finally time to see how Mosby landed the girl of his dreams
But before you say goodbye to the gang and MacLaren’s Pub, suit up and see how Ted’s love life can help you land your own mother — you know what we mean …
OkCupid is asking its users to forgo using a Firefox browser as a form of protest against Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, whose support of an anti-gay marriage ballot measure in California is creating a good deal of controversy for the company
On Monday, anyone who visited OkCupid on the browser made by Mozilla, Firefox, was greeted with a message that asks them to switch browsers. “Mozilla’s new CEO, Brendan Eich, is an opponent of equal rights for gay couples,” the message reads. “We would therefore prefer that our users not use Mozilla software to access OkCupid.”
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Last week Mozilla appointed former CTO Brendan Eich as its new CEO, but the response to that move has centered on something other than its focus on mobile. In 2008 Eich donated $1,000 to support Proposition 8, a ban on gay marriage in California, and… …read more
Bullies, back off. Wil Wheaton’s not having any of your mean ways
The nerd culture guru’s response to a little girl’s question at Denver Comic Con last year has recently resurfaced thanks to a Reddit post. The girl asks Wheaton how to deal with being called a nerd by her classmates
Wheaton responds by saying that “When a person makes fun of you, when a person is cruel to you, it has nothing to do with you.” He also adds: “It’s not about what you said. It’s not about what you did. It’s not about what you love. It’s about them feeling bad about themselves.” …
It’s normal to see head trauma — decapitations included — inflicted on zombies on The Walking Dead, but when was the last time you saw someone lose a head on Nickelodeon?
Well, if you watched the Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday, you maybe have been shocked to see magician David Blaine become headless in front of an audience of confused children and parents as actor Andy Samberg screamed in horror into a microphone.