I don’t talk about it that much because I don’t want people to feel awkward, but I’m a constitutional scholar, so I’ve known who Merrick Garland is for a really, really long time—longer than Obama, probably. This is what you need to know about the presumed heir to Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat:
I know what you’re thinking. Oh brother, goes the voice in your noggin, another year end list, who cares, jack-off motion on an infinite loop. But wait! We have compiled a list of tech moments that are ACTUALLY relevant.
Do you have an office gift swap? Are your cousins visiting from Ohio and you haven’t seen them in four years? Do you have a new significant other, and she invited you to her family’s house, and they’re the type of family where you have to get the brother something or you’ll look like a tool?
The app man, they made him so beautiful.
AHHHHHHH!!! iPhone almost here, you guys. I hear it is the best phone ever, seriously. The specs alone!
Follow these simple rules to host the most rad “GOP Debate Drinking Game” in the entire city:
- Woldrick the Warg is actually hiding in the Sept of the Repentant Nine, and when he pops on out he’s going to bring peace to Wastoroch.
- Instead of a dragon one of the eggs contains a beautiful silver butterfly, but if you touch it, you will turn into an Unsully. Withered testicles are a delicacy in Dorne so it’s a…
Verizon just bought AOL, but before that, AOL was a company with deep pocketbooks (all that dial-up money!) and a very weird portfolio of trashy acquisitions.
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A new, streamlined interface! Less strain on your laptop's battery! Easier sharing options! There's a lot to like about the new version of Safari that Apple rolled out with OS X Yosemite, but you might not have got round to noticing all of the new options that are available. We're here to put that right and point out…
9. Jack Astor's: This is what I thought a fancy restaurant was like when I was 8 and then I grew up and now I am an adult and Jack Astor's is bad.
Earlier this week, Europe's controversial "Right to be forgotten" legislation started going after Wikipedia pages. Now we know more: Wikipedia revealed that five pages have been removed from Google searches.
Kinja sounds like a better name for a noble akita than a CMS but here we are. BOLD!