Interesting article about a prehistoric skull found in North Israel may finally prove that Neanderthals and modern humans lived together. “It is the first direct fossil evidence that modern humans and Neanderthals inhabited the same area at the same time,” said paleontologist Bruce Latimer of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. “The co-existence of these […]
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Today is National Good Day Day. What is National Good Day Day, you may ask. Well, my dear friend, it is a day we celebrate every year in honor of the most perfect South Central day ever observed, on January 20th, 1992. Murk Avenue breaks down the clues of Ice Cube’s “It Was a Good […]
This article is absolutely fascinating and depressing at the same time. St. Louis has experienced its own form of White Flight with folks moving from the city to county, which, to this day, still keeps the area pretty segregated, a point that was seen quite vividly with the Michael Brown case. After emancipation, plantation owners […]
Jason Snell at Six Colors wrote up a great article on how he rips DVDs and Blu-rays. This article came at the perfect time as I’ve been contemplating getting an external Blu-ray drive for my Mac Mini. Currently, I’ve been ripping some DVDs (using Handbrake) as I’ve been converting my gigantic collection to files that […]
The Verge has an interesting article, Facebook is the new AOL, that discusses how the tech industry of the 1990s is back. The 90s were a decade of excess and mistakes and excessive mistakes. The rollicking good times of the 90s ended with the dot-com collapse of the early 2000s, the memories of which continue […]
Another article in the never-ending war against net neutrality and the fight against privacy. The ITC recently gave itself the power to rule on data as it crosses US borders, as a result of a complex 3D printing case. If the ruling holds, it could have huge implications for the way data moves across the […]
This past weekend SNL took on the popular podcast Serial with a brilliant digital short. Cecily Strong does a great impression of host Sarah Koenig. The spoof investigates the story of Kris Kringle, an elf who allegedly leaves presents in people’s homes. Watch it below.