Student Tino Cardasis took advantage of an online lecture recording of a University of Michigan economics lecture, editing out almost everything except the word "beef." Professor Adam Stevenson seemed to approve of the edit, retweeting the video soon after it was posted.
Even though everything in a dollar store costs a dollar, it doesn't mean you're getting a deal. The Hustle compared the cost of different items (toilet paper, deodorant, Sharpie pens, toothpaste, etc.) at Dollar Tree, Target, Walmart, and Costco and found that Dollar Tree was the most expensive. Dollar stores also partner with name brands… READ THE REST
Game designer Avery Alder took to Twitter to explain how credit cards, using a much more sensible and accessible framing than the magical metaphor that we typically use, which is "money." The thread starts here: You take a handful of gold coins, because you really do need the money. As long as you pay this… READ THE REST
I've been reading comics my whole, and among the many things they've given me, one of them was my first real entry into understanding the many complications of creators' rights and intellectual property. Comics are supposed to be a cheap, affordable art form for easy mass consumption … but they can also be cash cows.… READ THE REST
Computer programming is how the future is being built. With the tech industry advancing at record speeds, there's always someone behind the scenes making it all come together. With a bit of training, that someone could be you! Learn how to code like a pro with The Premium Java Programming Certification Bundle and take the first step… READ THE REST
If you could make an adult wish-list, you'd probably burn your way through two or three notepads. While everything you need these days may not be within your budget, we have deals on 25 must-have gizmos and gadgets that definitely won't break the bank, giving you an excuse to treat yourself. Check out these deals… READ THE REST
There's no more helpless feeling than the moment you realize you've been robbed. The mix of anger, fear, and a sense of violation are enough to turn your stomach. And in addition to stolen items, there's usually clean-up and repair needed since 95 percent of burglaries involve a forced entry. As horrible as it feels,… READ THE REST