It's not often that police will post video directly from the scene of a crime or emergency, but this footage from Nicholasville, Kentucky's Officer Baker offers a harrowing and instructive warning about the dangers of poorly-secured shipping containers in transit. It's hard going: twelve casualties, all crushed beyond human hope.
Dallas Buyers Club [Amazon] was an excellent Oscar-winning movie about Ron Woodroof, a Texas cowboy type who contracted HIV and was abandoned by his friends and family, but found new meaning helping other sufferers procure their treatments of choice in the grim early days of the AIDS crisis. The movie made some doubtful choices for… READ THE REST
A gynecologist in Murcia, Spain entered "Homosexuality" under "Current Illness" on a 19-year-old woman's diagnostic report. From the coverage it's not clear why he did so, but given the history of pathologizing homosexuality and the privacy implications, even a mistake would amount to serious negligence. Complaints, however, cast the incident as part of a pattern… READ THE REST
The customer is rarely right, and the work of a night-shift fast food server surely brings one into contact with the wrongest customers of them all. That said, pulling a gun is a bit much, and likely to get one arrested. Arrest documents said one of the victims was in an argument with the manager… READ THE REST
Web development is the never-ending quest to create better, sleeker, and more useful websites to populate the ever-growing internet. We've come a long way from spinning low-resolution images and 8-bit soundtracks, but web development's continued demand showcases just how secure a career in this field can be. If you've wanted to become a web developer,… READ THE REST
Nothing says Netflix and chill like the bright lights of your living room, said no one, ever. No matter what you're doing around the house, whether it's reading a book in bed or entertaining a group of friends in the dining room, there's no denying that lighting can set the tone of any activity. And… READ THE REST
Between laptops, smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets, you may be walking around with $2,000 worth of technology at any given time. And because you're human, you're likely to smash, submerge, or simply lose those expensive tech items every now and then. So mitigate your losses with a standout protection plan from Akko, which covers one phone… READ THE REST