Today is a day of thanks, of family, and of good food. Now please pass the cranberry sauce. No, not that homemade crap; the sliced up gel thing from the can.
The Lifehacker staff sifts through a ton of apps on a regular basis, but a few have stuck with us over the years. Some apps are simply nice to have, while others have become essential in our daily lives. To celebrate those that bring us the most joy, we’ve compiled a list of the ten free apps we’re most thankful for.…
Anime’s fan service can be a minefield. Some fans scroll through each season’s offerings looking for the show with the greatest ratio of panty shots to plot. Others will turn off an anime and bury their face in their hands after even one lingering shot of an ice skater’s butt.
The week has flown by for me, and hopefully has for you as well, which means it’s time for Fur Face Friday, you home for the pets of Kinja.
Holy shit this thing has the cutest name ever. BANDED WOOLLY BEAR CATERPILLAR.
The Instant Pot may be a multi-cooker, but most of its functions focus on one food at a time, often to excellent results. This is fine, but you can actually cook two distinct foods—say, a meaty main and a starchy side—in your Instant Pot at the same time. You just need a trivet.
One of the bad things about the USMNT missing out on the World Cup is that there will now be a generation of youngsters who won’t fall in love with the team and the sport. And while it’s only been days since the U.S.’s ouster became official, we’re already seeing examples of this phenomenon. Case in point: the above…
Here is exactly how the Republican tax scam works, as explained clearly by one of its proponents.
Disney CEO Bob Iger... is he going to run for president? Let me answer this question with one of my own: Can Bob Iger and the rest of America’s CEOs take their fawning media enablers and fuck off to Neverland, forever?
Saturday, at UFC 216, the UFC awarded an interim 155-pound belt to Tony Ferguson following a third-round triangle choke of Kevin Lee. It was a wild, action-packed, back-and-forth fight between two legitimate talents in MMA’s deepest and most compelling division.
Something quite remarkable happened in Pennsylvania yesterday.
Yesterday was SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s birthday. But instead of getting some loving from his beautiful girlfriend or perhaps one of his fancy cars (they can do that now, right?), Musk apparently decided to pop a few Ambien and craft a love poem to the floor.
You can say a lot about Apple—it brought smartphones and personal computers to the mass market, it changed the technology industry forever, it was controlled by a megalomaniacal asshole for much of its existence—but you’d have a hard time getting even the staunchest critic of the company to argue its products weren’t…
Look, I’m a straight woman with the maturity level of a 13-year-old boy. I am willing to admit that maybe—maybe—I sometimes see phalluses where they don’t exist. But this thing totally looks like a dick, right?
Superman has his strength and flight. Spider-Man has his webs and spidey sense. Batman has his rich kid’s disregard for property damage. But what does Wonder Woman have?
Dear readers, please tell me: is this pic of a rocket covered in pink paint NASA posted to their Instagram on Thursday a dick or what?
Welcome to Microscope Monday #3! I have been way too busy to hang out on Kinja this week and take microscope pictures. Sorry, folks. Microscope won. On the plus side, that means more pictures! As usual, all photos are taken at 40x magnification. On with the show!
As promised, here is the new Microscope Monday where I share my microscope photos. I’ve been much busier this week than usual, but I still got plenty of scope time in, so here are my favorite photos from this week. I want to thank Pinch Spice Market, who kindled provided me with all of these samples and more which…
Welcome to Microscope Monday, where every week I will feature some of my microscope artwork, share any interesting information I have, and encourage you to post your own microscopic and macro images in the comments. Please do.
My wife is writing a story and in it is a mention (name only) of a dead movie star and their most famous role. Can she do that without getting permission
from anyone's estate? Are there any legal ramifications here?