Pretty soon, the current terrorist warning system will be a sad state of blue. But not a literal shade of blue, because describing threat levels with colors will soon go by the wayside.
What do you give to the Apple fanboy (or fangirl) that has every conceivable I-gadget ever concocted? (Via AvWeb)
The political world buzzed when O, an anonymous novel about President Obama, was released. And now we know the mysterious author. (via The Page)
From fighting for the people, to fighting an olive pit.
Is a family shield necessary to protect viewers from a family photo? (via Cover Awards)
A British regional council is bringing an unprecedented creepiness to the idea of “skimping on a heating bill.”
The life of a soldier is a difficult one, especially when you’re trying to work up the courage to propose to your pregnant girlfriend — and you dial the wrong number. (Via Daily Telegraph)
Papa John’s is offering free pizzas to ALL American adults if the Super Bowl goes in to overtime — admittedly something that has never happened at the big game.
If you can manage walking while chewing gum, why not add texting to the mix?
How could a remark made in the early 1980’s still be coming back to haunt the British film industry whenever Oscar comes calling?
It’s like the political version of a cell phone going off in a movie theater.
Yes, it’s official: Jersey Shore is going to Italy. But, after that season is over, where should the housemates go next? NewsFeed has come up with suggestions to keep the crew creeping for at least five more seasons.