Hillary Clinton’s husband wore a fetching pantsuit to honor her nomination for US president
Tuesday night (July 26), Bill Clinton, the husband of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to honor his wife’s historic achievement.
Why Men Should Embrace Shorts
I fucking love a man in shorts. I consider a hairy stick leg poking out of a freshly cut jort pornographic; a muscular thigh wrapped in linen a kind of erotica. This isn’t a preference; it’s a passion.
Google is seeking thick Scottish accents
Google, aware of how the rolled “r” and thick tones of Scottish accents baffle voice recognition software, feels his pain. And the company is trying to do something about it.
The Audacity of Copying Well – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
One of the more eye-rolling sentiments in tech — thankfully fading — is that every rectangular device with a touchscreen is a rip-off of the iPhone. Well duh! How else would you make a phone post 2007?
Trump has met his delusional soulmate in 30 Rock’s Jenna Maroney
This has not been a great week for tangerine-colored real estate tycoon and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The Science Behind Sprinter Usain Bolt’s Speed
Sprinters who have taken on Usain Bolt in the 100-meter dash often describe a moment in the second half of the race when the world’s fastest-ever human just runs away from them. One minute they are shoulder-to-shoulder with Bolt, believing that this will be the night the legend will be toppled.
The Brilliant Sorcery of England’s 7-Circle Magic Roundabout
The cars circle. I am from a different land—a different time, maybe—where the car people resist the circling. No circles at all costs, they say. Straight ahead is the way forward.
Profanity is pretty f**king good for us, actually
My wife swears in front of our 12-year-old son. I swear occasionally, too, when I stub my toe or can’t find the cordless phone. This is involuntary swearing, a habit which always makes me feel a twinge of guilt afterwards. Not my wife though.
“It is absolutely men’s responsibility to fight sexism too”: President Obama’s poignant, feminist advice to dads
Men are taken more seriously than women at work. We’re given better feedback, we’re not penalized for asking for raises, and we aren’t criticized for the way our voices sound.
How to choose the perfect glasses
Laura Imami, optician and founder of an eponymous eyewear brand, tackles your frequently asked questions. Q: Why do my glasses leave indents on the sides of my nose?
- National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2016
Pokemon Go drives a surge in smartphone backup battery sales
Early on in the Pokemon Go hype cycle, there were signs that players were driving a significant uptick in sales of backup batteries, like the Mophie units you may be familiar with that offer USB connections for topping up mobile devices while you’re away from an outlet.
Aug 06 2016