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The Hairy, Sweaty, Stinky Truth About Why We Hate Our Bodies

The Hairy, Sweaty, Stinky Truth About Why We Hate Our Bodies

“I am a bearded lady,” writer Mara Altman confesses in her new illustrated essay collection Gross Anatomy: Dispatches From the Front (and Back). That may elicit snickers, but Altman’s aim is to upend

Media ignore key detail in story about ICE arresting father driving pregnant wife to hospital

The mainstream media were aghast on Saturday after Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested an illegal immigrant who was driving to the hospital with his pregnant…

Original Content podcast: ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ is a charming high school romance

While Hollywood’s interest in romantic comedies seems to be fading, Netflix has been picking up some of the slack. Just a few months ago, it released the tremendously fun Set It Up. And now we’ve got
Facebook Vigilantes, Ugly Laptops, and Red Tide: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Facebook Vigilantes, Ugly Laptops, and Red Tide: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Read anything interesting in the news lately? No, really. I’m still catching up, because for much of the past week, I was vacationing in lovely Cook Forest, Pennsylvania, during which my access to the

Apple’s best media moves

Dan Moren, writing for Macworld, digs into the Apple TV's TV app, the Movies Anywhere service, and Apple's Apple Books rewrite.The whole piece is worth reading, but a few nuggets: The big question

Outfoxing iMovie to set a default movie resolution

Josh Centers, TidBITS: We’ve been trying to incorporate screencasts into more of our articles here at TidBITS—there are times when a short video conveys some point better than any number of

Danny Glover on new film ‘Sorry to Bother You’ and the dangerous illusion of postracial America

Boots Riley’s debut film, Sorry to Bother You, offers a renewed sense of urgency in how we respond to the racist and capitalist divides that impact us all. Satirical, dystopian, part sci-fi.
Love From Lubbock: The Texas City Shines in These Two Albums

Love From Lubbock: The Texas City Shines in These Two Albums

Album Reviews Joe Ely Full Circle: The Lubbock Tapes Rack ‘Em Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore Downey to Lubbock Yep Roc Back in the early 70s, The Flatlanders were alt-country before the term
NY Times columnist: Trump would ‘certainly like to’ round people up and murder them, dictator-style

NY Times columnist: Trump would ‘certainly like to’ round people up and murder them, dictator-style

New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg said President Donald Trump would “certainly like to” round people up and murder them without due process, dictator-style. Trump…
When Your 'Sex Diary' Becomes the Poster Child for Racial Festishizing

When Your 'Sex Diary' Becomes the Poster Child for Racial Festishizing

Before this morning, I didn’t even know The Cut’s “Sex Diaries” existed.Read more...

CBS brings its ad-supported streaming service to Amazon Channels

CBS in the beginning of the year brought its streaming service for cord cutters, CBS All Access, to Amazon’s a la carte TV service, Prime Video Channels. At the time, however, only the higher-priced,

China's Huawei Caught Faking DSLR Shots as Smartphone Pictures in a Commercial

Smartphone cameras are better than ever, but sometimes there's just no substitute for a full-sized DSLR. Unfortunately, it seems that Huawei thinks so, too. From a report: A shot in the company's
NewTV Is the Antithesis of a Lean Startup. Can It Work?

NewTV Is the Antithesis of a Lean Startup. Can It Work?

How entrepreneurship changes when cash is abundant.
NewTV Is the Antithesis of a Lean Startup. Can It Work?

NewTV Is the Antithesis of a Lean Startup. Can It Work?

How entrepreneurship changes when cash is abundant.
Netflix tests a bypass of iTunes billing in 33 markets

Netflix tests a bypass of iTunes billing in 33 markets

Netflix is one of the highest-grossing apps on the iOS App Store, but it looks like the video streaming giant is contemplating how it might make an even bigger margin on its iPhone and iPad users.

DL Hughley reveals the difference between white people’s advice and black people’s reality on MSNBC’s Morning Joe

Comedian and author of “How Not to Get Shot: And Other Advice From White People” D.L. Hughley dropped by MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to share some helpful advice for black people offered by the likes of
Netflix may stop iTunes billing, boosting margins at Apple’s expense

Netflix may stop iTunes billing, boosting margins at Apple’s expense

Netflix is nixing Apple's in-app subscriptions in 33 countries through September 30, preventing new or lapsed customers in those countries from purchasing in-app subscriptions, and directing them to
China reaches 800 million internet users

China reaches 800 million internet users

China’s internet population has now grown beyond 800 million, according to the latest data from the Chinese government. A new report [in Chinese] issued by the China Internet Network Information

Google Assistant’s latest feature delivers just the ‘good news’

You’re not the only one feeling run down by the news of the day. The folks at Google apparently believe we could all use a dose of good news, at times, too. The company today announced it’s testing a