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News / Mashable - 1 week ago

Dear Twitter: Please verify me. Love, Julian Assange.

Fine, whatever. Julian Assange didn't want to be verified anyway. He does, however, seem a little p*ssed at Twitter. Calling himself a "deplorable," the WikiLeaks founder tweeted Thursday that the social media platform has a "binary class system with proximity to power represented by 'blue tick' in...

News / Mashable - 1 week ago

This is what you get when a member of The Shins makes a photo app

The Shins frontman James Mercer didn't set out to make an app. A heavy Instagram user, he simply wanted something to make a quick photo collage. But not the kind that just plops a few photos into a grid. You know, an actual collage, like the kind you made in elementary school. But after hunting thr...

News / Mashable - 1 week ago

Stephen Colbert is an expert at pulling a Rachel Maddow preamble

This is what happens when you bury the lede. MSNBC host Rachel Maddow is still being mocked for what many found to be an infuriatingly-long, 22 minute preamble in the lead up to revealing Trump's 2005 tax returns on Tuesday.  Naturally, Stephen Colbert had to try his own hand at "Maddow-in...

News / Mashable - 1 week ago

Gang of dolphins refuses to stop showing off in front of film crew

Dolphins are cheeky and gorgeous and they know it. Especially these guys. They were captured in super slow-mo, on high-quality film equipment because they just so happened to begin leaping in front on a film crew out at sea. Show-offs. Damian Christie and his team were on there way back from New Z...

News / Mashable - 1 week ago

Top ad blocker seeks 'ordinary user' to decide which ads die

Do you fancy yourself as someone who should play god over millions of advertising dollars by which media companies live and die? If so, you might be in luck.  AdBlock Plus, the world's most popular ad blocker, just named the first members to the independent board it's tasked with deciding whic...

News / Mashable - 1 week ago

Court settles debate that’s divided grammar nerds for decades

Ah, the Oxford comma. Journalists often fight over it, academics love it and a lot of people don't care about or even know what it is. But this singular bit of punctuation is actually super important.  Just ask a couple dairy drivers in Maine who recently won a labor case and overtime pay R...

News / Mashable - 1 week ago

Pornhub plowed city streets because why not

Pornhub, yes, that Pornhub, plowed the streets of Boston.  Why? Well, it certainly makes for a good pun.  The definitely not-a-plow company reportedly sent branded plows to New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts Tuesday in an effort to combat the effects of the blizzardBoston Magazine rep...