Laughing Squid has a fun, voyeuristic video of someone stealing a Christmas wreath from a home in San Francisco's fancy Pacific Heights neighborhood. It's about 2AM, and the woman walks up onto the front porch and examines the wreath for a minute. She then steps away, puts on a head wrap, and comes back to snatch it.
A Massachusetts construction worker who really enjoyed black licorice, and ate a bag and a half every day for a few weeks, ended up dying from eating too much of the candy. Doctors said Wednesday he died because the glycyrrhizic acid in the black licorice candy threw his nutrients out of balance, and caused the… READ THE REST
Enter the coordinates for Area 51 into Google Earth and the satellite image reveals either a shadow or, more likely, a massive robot under construction. Scott C. Waring of UFO Sightings Daily writes: When I checked through the past photos of that location, I notice that the figure actually moves onto its side, then changes its… READ THE REST
Residents of Redding, California are reporting mysterious letters and numbers drawn in the dust on their automobiles. Some people are suggesting that the codes could be the work of sex traffickers. For example, "2F" could refer to two females and "1F1B" could mean one female and one boy. Police think the markings are weird but… READ THE REST
Standardized testing is the worst. The stress during the buildup. The worry about whether you're learning and studying the exact items that will show up on the test. And perhaps the worst part, the knowing that this single performance, with no context for who you are, where you came from, how much you've grown or… READ THE REST
With all the streaming services you're subscribed to now, do you really need cable anymore? Sure, local channels provide content that streamers can't match, but what else are you watching on cable channels that justifies that massive monthly cable bill? We're all trying to save cash, so cut the cord permanently but smartly, but dumping… READ THE REST
DevOps moves so fast they had to mash two words together into the job title so they could be said faster. It's a process of lightning-fast experimentation and iteration. Try something, see if it works, optimize it, and move forward. It's a constantly charging sequence of events that requires more than just the development talent… READ THE REST