Sears begins what should be their going out of business sale. If they can’t make decent money at a store in Ala Moana in Honolulu (which they are selling) they should quit retail entirely.
Wunderground gets some respect. I’ve used it for years.
I guess Nixon was dead right about short memories.
Economic crisis comes to Hollywood. It’s been a long time coming and foreshadowed by the rise of YouTube and amateur porn. The digital age allows good production values to come to a living room near you for shockingly little money. Forget Hollywood or Bollywood – Microwood here we come. OK, maybe that’s not the most positive sounding nickname.
Facebook insiders apparently can’t even wait for the IPO. I may have my cynical-tinted glasses on again but that doesn’t seem like a good sign for new investors to me.
Another stab at gut based decision-making. Generally the more complex the decision the better your gut will perform, if properly trained.
Science quiz. Creationists may want to sit this one out. I haven’t become as stupid as I thought, though clearly have difficulties with newer information.
People are getting less friendly on Facebook. I think it’s related to some deservedly popular app.
Robot fish able to lead real fish. I guarantee this concept will work in humans too.
Gangsta’s Paradise. To be consistent about enforcement the DOJ should now issue a site takedown order and charge Infragard with copyright infringement for hosting the video.
Statins linked with lower depression risk. Caveats galore. If true I would actually be quite worried. A drug that has effects on a large number of [seemingly unrelated] systems has higher odds of also having some very negative effects. Kind of like shooting yourself with a shotgun and assuming it will only hit bacteria.
Good news dieters! A new more accurate weight loss estimator. Bad news: You have to eat even less. Oh well, there’s always exercise.
People can no longer understand Middle English.