Category Archives: Bored at Work

By : Brian Koerber February 27, 2015

Well, if we’ve learned anything from the Internet today, it’s that your eyes can play tricks on you. A photo of one dress revealing what we suspect is an optical Read More

By : Deepa Lakshmin October 11, 2014

Getting rejected by your crush is rough, but we’ve all been there before. These kids learned the hard way that nothing lasts forever. Hopefully these notes don’t bring back traumatizing Read More

By : Chris Mills October 10, 2014

The new, all-wheel-drive 2015 Tesla Model S P85D accelerates to 60mph faster than a Ferrari 458 and pulls more Gs in a corner than a Ford Mustang. Not bad for Read More

By : Tim Urban October 7, 2014

Email is one of those things that’s just a part of your life, period. Most of us know someone who has closed their Facebook account or refused to join in Read More

By : Zach Lowe September 25, 2014

Welcome to what might become an annual tradition in these parts: using the doldrums of August and September to evaluate one of those bits of style that define the sensory Read More

By : Tamara Warren August 20, 2014

IT’S ONE THING to dabble in a passing fancy for fine automobiles, but certain annual events make or break automotive pedigrees, establishing whether or not you’re a serious car geek. Read More

By : BOB August 18, 2014

We don’t all have the means to live in a fancy mansion or some huge apartment (especially in bigger cities) so we have to make due. Darrick Borowski and Danny Read More

By : Mike August 18, 2014

Starting from Roman Empire home library was a thing that every respected man should have even if he couldn’t read. Nowadays many more people can read and libraries are parts Read More

By : Puja Seth August 18, 2014

A big group of us from YogaOutlet.com attended one of the most popular yoga festivals in the country last month, Wanderlust Yoga Festival in Squaw Valley, CA. It was a Read More

By : Richard Zoglin August 8, 2014

When the culture began to change in the late 1960s — when the old one-liner comics on The Ed Sullivan Show were looking pretty tired and irrelevant to a younger Read More

By : Rollingstone August 8, 2014

Louis C.K. struggled as a stand-up comic for 15 years, telling the same inane jokes. Then he became a father. One night onstage, he called his toddler daughter an “asshole” Read More

By : Max Knoblauch August 4, 2014

Don’t have time to make it to all 30 baseball stadiums in the next three months? Don’t sweat it — the art world has a solution. London-based illustrator Marcus Reed Read More

By : Chloe Cole July 24, 2014

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By : Stuart Dredge July 24, 2014

If you’re an iPhone and/or iPad-owning gamer in 2014, you truly are spoiled for choice when it comes to new titles. This year has seen a steady flow of innovative, Read More

By : Sophie-Claire Hoeller July 24, 2014

Regardless of whether your favorite 007 was Sean Connery, Daniel Craig, or George Lazenby (really?), one thing all Bond fans can agree on is that the dude drove some of Read More

By : John Voelcker July 24, 2014

Two years ago, we described the difference between high-volume electric cars and “compliance cars”–those built in very limited numbers solely to meet California rules that require a certain number of Read More

By : Timothy J. Seppala July 24, 2014

It looks like Sony still has bragging rights that the PlayStation 4 is the top-selling console. Not to be outdone by the latest NPD report, the PlayStation Twitter account announced Read More

By : Andrew Moseman July 18, 2014

A baby Tesla is coming to town. Tesla Motors confirmed late on Tuesday that its rumored third-generation car will be called, appropriately enough, the Model III. The vehicle will be Read More

By : Samit Sarkar July 18, 2014

For as much as simulation sports games strive to replicate a particular real-life sport, having expert knowledge of the sport in question doesn’t necessarily translate to success in the game. Read More

By : Olga Khazan July 10, 2014

New research shows that the best humor is both a little bit wrong and a little bit right. Is there something about comedians that makes them better at subversion? Immediately Read More

By : Mike Trapp July 10, 2014

Me: Kyle, thanks for coming over. I’m having trouble with my ThoughtSphere and I know you young people really know how this stuff works. Kyle: Yeah, sure, Grandpa. Me: THANK Read More

By : Neetzan Zimmerman July 10, 2014

In a clarion call that will likely rival his insta-legendary “everything’s amazing and nobody’s happy” diatribe delivered nearly five years ago on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, comedian Louis C.K. Read More

By : Samir Mezrahi July 10, 2014

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By : John Aziz July 10, 2014

The release of Mario Kart 8 for the Wii U last month was evidence that this hallowed videogame franchise, which began in 1992 with the release of Super Mario Kart, Read More

By : Alan Sepinwall July 10, 2014

“Who gives a shit about this Russian?” David Chase says. The creator of The Sopranos has never understood his audience’s fascination with Valery, the Russian mobster who disappeared in the Read More

By : Tim Jenison July 9, 2014

Tim Jenison, a Texas-based inventor, attempts to solve one of the greatest mysteries in the art world: 
How did Dutch master Johannes Vermeer manage to paint so photo-realistically 150 years Read More

By : Derek Thompson July 3, 2014

Houses and cars. They fatten the economy and thin our wallets. Without them, recoveries don’t feel like recoveries. The real estate and auto industries account for $1 in every $2 Read More