Redesigning a familiar logo is risky business–as Gap recently discovered.
NewsFeed thought it had seen everything in soccer. But Wayne Rooney doing a complete u-turn and signing a new five-year deal with his club Manchester United has just blown our mind. (Via BBC)
We’ve seen Washingtons, Jacksons, and even Benjamins. But a Chase (that’s Salmon P. Chase, the Treasury Secretary for Abraham Lincoln)? On a $10,000 bill? Now that’s one we’ve never had the privilege of holding.
For once the real-life crime-stopper world is topping the drama of prime time TV.
Researchers at Goldsmiths College, part of the University of London, believe they are on course to crack the code which makes some tunes, known as earworms, stick on repeat inside out heads.
“You are not alone. You didn’t do anything wrong. You didn’t do anything to deserve being bullied. And there is a whole world waiting for you, filled with possibilities.”
— PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, in a YouTube message directed …
Even its name is ghastly. “Needlefish”? With a name like that, why didn’t we anticipate it going on a stabbing spree?
The show surely gives the FCC a rise every week, so why are cast members backpedaling about a racy photo shoot for GQ?
Newsfeed has just one question: Did the anonymous bidder that snapped up the diamond-choker wearing Barbie spend the money in the name of breast cancer research or to make all of his or her other Barbies back home realllllly jealous?
Officials in downtown Manhattan have encountered a surprise of above-average proportions.
“This is going to do some damage to the relationship. Now you will hear the expression in New Delhi ‘re-hyphenation.'”
— SUMIT GANGULY, Indian-American scholar, on U.S. President Barack Obama’s intention to visit Pakistan, …
Add another Seuss-driven literary wonder to the world’s most-wanted list of children’s books.