Moving is a pain in the ass. Thankfully, technology and creative thinkers have developed some resources that ease this pain just a tiny bit.
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A new form of science, dubbed “Twitterology,” may be of questionable credibility among modern scientists, but for those studying human behavior, Twitter provides a real-time experiment.
Generally, wasted people will fall into one of five categories, depending on the night, mood, and even perhaps the type of alcohol consumed.
No one likes bad news, but when you are announcing a 60% increase in fees, you better be prepared for a massive cry of public outrage.
Apple shuts down their five-year “Buy a Macbook, Get a Free iPod” promotion for students. Now, all you get for your new gadgetry is a lousy $100 gift card.
Let TNGG help you turn those boring cubicle walls into your new home.
We are heading toward a major global food shortage because we are overpopulated, destroying our own cropland, and thanks to climate change, seeing declines in the amount of viable wheat and corn yields.
I spent eight hours waiting outside the Apple store for iPad2. It was worth it.
Google’s Social Search allows you to stalk without meaning to do so, or, if you’re really strategic, it gives you ultimate creeping access.
Newsflash: The Television set has permanently retired today and has forfeited the battle against the Internet.