Found by Redditor refie, here are 2013's most overplayed songs played back by one guy and his guitar in only one minute. The original songs were a pain, but his interpretation is pretty pretty good.Read more...
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, indeed. For their first animated music video, the incomprehensibly talented Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings take on a pack of rampaging, cat-calling wolves in a psychedelic battle of dance. Read more...
For some people, even the lowly peanut butter and jelly sandwich represents a culinary challenge that could go disastrously wrong at every step. It's those amateur chefs who need all the help and support they can get, and that's what these placemats featuring detailed blueprints for incredibly simpl
Commenters on HuffPost mobile apps will soon need Facebook verification too
Amid the uproar over the Huffington Post’s announcement that commenting now requires Facebook verification — which itself requires supplying Facebook with a phone number — some users found a loophole: They could still use their old usernames (and not … Read more
Oakland (Mich.) Press Executive Editor Glenn Gilbert apologized to the Washington Examiner for a “word-for-word usage of material” from a Dec. 6 Examiner article. He’d previously told Examiner Managing Editor/Digital Jennifer Peebles, “You’re not goi
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney took questions Thursday about photographer access to White House events, the subject of a fiery op-ed by AP Director of Photography Santiago Lyon.
Carney said the “fundamental difference here is distribution,” according … Read more
Texas A&M will bring its major in journalism back next fall, the school reported on its website Monday. The decision was announced after approval Monday from the faculty senate.
According to the school: “It will be a small, … Read more
Sharing slides: 9 big trends in technology + European startups building businesses on top of them
There are many interesting trends happening in technology right now, and there are a number of European tech startups riding those waves with clear-cut innovation. Here's an overview.The post Sharing slides: 9 big trends in technology + European startups building businesses on top of them appeared f
Spain is home to a number of VC firms, of all shapes and sizes. The only problem is, they don't seem to do a lot of deals, and the rounds are typically small. On a positive note: change is underway.The post The Spanish VC industry has one big problem: it doesn’t exist appeared first on Tech.eu
Roxanne Varza argues that the regulatory situation in Europe has been nothing shy of incredibly confusing – and damaging – for entrepreneurs, despite all the innovation-friendly rhetoric.The post Regulatory rubble: the confusing (and harmful) message Europe is sending its entrepreneurs a
Prolific French early-stage investment firm Kima Ventures has kicked off a new initiative called Kima15; aims to invest the same amount at the same terms in 50 startups in the next 12 months.The post Kima Ventures woos startups with offer to invest $150,000 for a 15% stake, deal close in just 15 day
"Ex-Boyfriend Revenge" Kit Encourages Women To Murder In Style
Why is a designer handbag company selling an all-inclusive domestic violence kit?Psychopathic ladies, go ahead and ditch your boring, unfashionable tools of torture in a dumpster in a remote location immediately. Designer handbag label Her Royal Flyness has your needs covered.Read Full Story &n
Illustrator Ray Fenwick drew a single image for the cover of books that paired two works by famous authors in a single volume.Designing a great cover for a famous novel can be a daunting enough task, but Canadian illustrator Ray Fenwick had to literally do one better. As part of a series in which Ho
These limited edition art pieces from Studio Zimoun use cotton balls to drum rhythms straight into your ears.Do they have noise cancellation? Nope. A bass boost mode? Definitely not. What about a 3.5mm jack to plug into an iPod? Negatory!Read Full Story
Including RFID tags, built-in phone chargers, and moreTravel challenges strike a chord with me. I've been going more than 100,000 miles a year for nearly a decade, and have never been satisfied with roll-aboard luggage; it can just be so much more than a nice-looking box that rolls. Here are seven i