By Spoon. "This song puts me in such a good mood."
One difference between men and women in a 1:41 video. I laughed.
"Sir Mix-a-Lot’s surprisingly complex hit turns 25."
Surprise is right. Sorry, I'm not convinced, but your mileage may vary.
"We got a peek inside a $20 million apartment in the latest skyscraper to dramatically alter Manhattan's skyline"
360-degree views of Manhattan from the 56th floor of a building near the Empire State Building would be very cool and I imagine difficult to get tired of.
But the $20 million is a problem.
"Woman who fell into SEVEN-YEAR coma after developing deadly sepsis during childbirth finally wakes up . . ."
Heck of a story.
John Stossel points to the Times being . . . the Times.
Now that I no longer do a weekly TV show, I have more time to read my local paper. Sadly, that's The New York Times.
The Times actually does some good reporting, but their political and economic coverage is filled with deceit.
Can I find deceit every day? You bet. Take a look at a few days just last week.
They do look pretty.
Our national debate would improve significantly if everybody understood this.
(Kind of) related: "The Root Cause of Health Care Dysfunction".
"The Hidden Power of Stack Overflow: How a Website You’ve Never Heard of Is Holding the Web Together"
Interesting piece but the first comment is apt: "Why do you assume nymag readers haven't heard of stack overflow?"
"The Action Hero: Championship Belt From Steve McQueen to Liam Neeson, Bill Simmons determines who ruled the box office"
Fine article reviewing a number of movies I enjoyed. (Watch Denzel kick ass in Man on Fire and you're day will improve. Trust me.)