Christopher Priest broke the color barrier at Marvel and reinvented a classic character. Why was he nearly written out of comics history?
It's not that kind of pull-out couch.
In our tech driven world, companies like Apple, Facebook, Alphabet (formerly Google), and Amazon have a lock on tech development, but they consistently fail to develop culture in ways that are innovative and sustainable.
The great thing about this is you don't need to partake in the devil's lettuce to get the joke.
It might sound old-fashioned, but there are ten virtues you can aspire to if you want to be a better person.
The USK tweeted that after receiving the kits for ratings, cleaning staff mistook the bits and pieces of cardboard and paper that make up the peripherals for Labo as trash.
Max Chappell spent a lifetime developing an outlandish 3D chess game and selling it at "Star Trek" conventions.
Lovable chap Techmoan stresses that the Denon DP 47F isn't objectively the best record player on the market, but for him, it's perfect.
The Awl was a place where outsiders and the unpracticed could find a sympathetic audience and an opportunity to sound like themselves.
"It’s important to understand that nervous systems serve the organism and not the other way around."
Is it possible that the basis of much of what we consider rational, disinterested critical discourse is really just a willful schadenfreude, designed to merely to inflict pain under the pretense of honesty or concern?
Fighting Nazis is sadly newly relevant, and veterans of the hardcore-vs.-skinheads battles of yore are happy to help with war stories and advice.
Recent Mexican immigrants deride them as a gringo quirk. Foodie purists dismiss them as not "real" Mexican food. But they can be revelatory.
Normal lines are borne from a solvable fluke: too many people, too few cashiers. Sidewalk lines do not want to be solved. They are intentional — cultivated, managed, bred like show dogs. In certain types of luxury transactions, we've come to accept them as a predestined fact.
The "Grey's Anatomy" star recalls in her own words the personal struggles and advice from Shonda Rhimes that led to a milestone: highest-paid actress on a primetime drama.
A once-virtuous cycle is breaking down. What now?
Ivanka makes for a peculiar First Daughter character. She doesn't wish to be ordinary; rather, she has insisted on the spotlight.
Creator Vince Gilligan, stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, and others reflect on how an offbeat show about a drug-dealing schoolteacher revolutionized television forever.
As the list of jobless men grows longer, so does the chorus of voices demanding that our collective energies be developed into something broader, sharper and just better.
Is being "extremely online" — that is, being invested in maintaining a fluency in online tropes — inherently toxic?
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