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Chris Christie Staffers In Trouble Over Recovered Text Messages

Forget SnapChat—the only messages that disappear after you send them are whispers. If you want to keep something secret, don’t give into convenience. You must avoid the digital realm, for it leaves behind too many artifacts. This principle of secrecy has been demonstrated numerous in recent history; from the Sony and DNC leaks to the hawkish cables of […]

The Rio Olympic Commentators Aren’t Exactly Olympians

The Olympic Commentators have caught a lot of heat already about being sexist and not being experts on the sports on which they’re commenting. And while you have to hold them accountable for the sexism standards, you can’t blame them for not knowing too much about the sports. I mean how many certified fencing experts […]

‘Fifty Sandwiches’ Project Looks To Humanize The Homeless

The stories that fill the Fifty Sandwiches website bring out a range of emotions. Some are heartbreaking and others inspiring. However, they all serve one purpose: to “close the gap from perception and reality.” The Fifty Sandwiches project attempts to humanize the homeless community and give a rare peek into their personal stories. The creator […]

This Beethoven-Mambo No 5 Mashup Wins The Internet

Anyone up for a mashup? This one’s going to be good. What happens when you combine Beethoven’s stately and rather august Symphony No. 5 with Pérez Prado’s Mambo No. 5? Sheer joyful genius, that’s what. Composer, conductor, and musician Akira Miyagawa is nothing short of this, and knows how to take everyone on a swingin’ time. Just […]