"We take user privacy very seriously," a spokeswoman told Arik Hesseldahl.
Roberto Cavalli duplicated, "literally", a graffiti mural in a print. Furthermore, his own name was added over the design—the distinction between copyright infringement and plagiarism, exemplified in a work that allegedly embodies both!
Roald Dahl: "The remaining eight children, together with their mothers and fathers, were ushered out into the long white corridor once again." [via Kottke]
BBC: "Google has started showing old versions of its search page to people using out-of-date versions of some web browsers."
Stonehenge's remains suggest a circle, but archaeologists have finally proven it after a drought revealed what lay beneath the grass.
"According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 22 percent of Americans hold one of the lowest paying jobs that the agency categorizes... 1. Fast Food Cooks."
Jake Knapp didn't want to get rid of his iPhone, but needed to get its endless attention-demands under control. He started by removing everything except Phone and Messages.
They smell like a tomb, and taste like stale crackers dusted with International Delight-brand instant coffee.
"An unfiltered list of games featuring a leading lady, because such a list should exist."
Derrick Todd Lee didn't look much like the police artist's photo-composite. [via]
Kung Fu Fighting made it ubiquitous, but NPR found that the distinctive, stereotyped combination of rhythm and scale dates to the 19th century, and arrived at its exact nine-note form in the 1930s: "It doesn't come from Chinese folk music; it's just a caricature"
Companies are taking measures to limit the volume of internal email and its insidious effect on productivity, reports The New York Times.