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McCormick Buys Reckitt Benckiser Food Unit For $4.2 Billion

McCormick agreed to acquire Reckitt Benckiser’s food business for $4.2 billion, adding French’s mustard and Frank’s RedHot sauce to its lineup.
Instagram now allows multiple photos/videos posts to be in aspect ratios other than 1:1, adds minor design tweaks

Instagram now allows multiple photos/videos posts to be in aspect ratios other than 1:1, adds minor design tweaks

Back in February, Instagram began allowing up to 10 photos/videos in one post. However, they were restricted to a 1:1 (in layman's terms, a square) aspect ratio. With the latest version 12 update for
Scaramucci Apologizes After His New Media Venture Goes Into Full Holocaust Denial

Scaramucci Apologizes After His New Media Venture Goes Into Full Holocaust Denial

Did Richard Spencer or David Duke take over the Twitter account for Anthony Scaramucci's new media venture, the Scaramucci Post? It appears so, from a flurry of insanely insensitive tweets regarding
Unicorn turns evil with a squeeze

Unicorn turns evil with a squeeze

Don't chase Glenda Glitterpoop the unicorn ($41, Amazon). Instead, squeeze it, transforming its beatific unicorn face into a snarling monster. It's washable, too, so you can squeeze it again and
Ever seen a model jet fly at 451 miles an hour?

Ever seen a model jet fly at 451 miles an hour?

Holy moly, this kerosene-fueled full GFK* body RC speeder has a turbine engine that generates 40.50lbs of thrust at 125,000 rpm, letting it reach speeds over 450 miles per hour. Perhaps even more
Delightful cat-sized furniture

Delightful cat-sized furniture

Or is it a delightful furniture-sized cat? (more…)
How the tech workers of WWII thwarted the Nazis with high-tech sabotage

How the tech workers of WWII thwarted the Nazis with high-tech sabotage

Comptroller general of the French Army René Carmille "purposely delayed the process by mishandling the punch cards," changing the programming so that the religion field wouldn't be read from them;
RIP Teaforia, the $1000 IoT tea-infuser

RIP Teaforia, the $1000 IoT tea-infuser

In 2016, Teaforia raised $12,000,000 in venture capital to manufacture a $1,000 tea infuser that combined proprietary, DRM-encumbered tea pods with a "patent-pending microinfusion technology" and a
The Comic Book Story of Video Games goes deep

The Comic Book Story of Video Games goes deep

The Comic Book Story of Video Games: The Incredible History of the Electronic Gaming Revolution, by Jonathan Hennessey (author), and Jack McGowan (illustrator) is an entertaining full-color book about
Republican Steve King isn't hunting wabbits

Republican Steve King isn't hunting wabbits

Republican Representative Steve King, of "We can't restore our civilization with someone else's babies" racist fame, went hunting peasants with Donald Trump Jr. "Steve King's annual Bud Day Peasant
I forgot my PIN: My epic tale of losing $30,000 in bitcoin

I forgot my PIN: My epic tale of losing $30,000 in bitcoin

In January 2016, I spent $3,000 to buy 7.4 bitcoins. At the time, it seemed an entirely worthwhile thing to do. I had recently started working as a research director at the Institute for the Future’s
Accused of assaulting 14-year-old boy, Kevin Spacey would like everyone to know he's gay

Accused of assaulting 14-year-old boy, Kevin Spacey would like everyone to know he's gay

Actor Anthony Rapp described how, when he was aged 14, Kevin Spacey climbed on top of him at a party and made sexual advances. Spacey admits it and apologizes, but cast the incident as a consequence
A Halloween Treat: A Monster Mash Mashup

A Halloween Treat: A Monster Mash Mashup

Bobby Pickett’s song “The Monster Mash,” was first released in August 1962 as a 45 (that was a tiny record just larger than a CD that held one song on each side—a “single”—for those of you younger
Roger Stone plans to sue Twitter

Roger Stone plans to sue Twitter

At the dawn of the weekend, Twitter banned infamous political brawler Roger Stone. The curiously-bleached trumpkin had responded to news of charges in the Russia probe with an abusive meltdown, in
Paul Manafort indicted, turns self in

Paul Manafort indicted, turns self in

Paul Manafort, the former campaign manager of Donald Trump's ultimately successful bid for the presidency, surrendered to the FBI this morning. He was indicted late last week by special prosuector
The 2017 Halloween Candy Hierarchy: Definitely Not Fake News

The 2017 Halloween Candy Hierarchy: Definitely Not Fake News

Click to view the below full-size; or download as a a high-quality digital poster (4MB) for detailed scrutiny; or proceed for the plain text, abstract and analysis... Note that data for this 2017
UK Tory aides are circulating a list of accused sexual predators and harassers in Parliament

UK Tory aides are circulating a list of accused sexual predators and harassers in Parliament

The spreadsheet contains 36 names: 2 Cabinet ministers identified as engaging in inappropriate behaviour towards women; 18 ministers who are said to have engaged in sexual misconduct; 12 MPs accused
Universal health care is "free stuff" as in "freedom"

Universal health care is "free stuff" as in "freedom"

Jeb Bush accused Democrats of winning black votes by promising "free stuff," and then Hillary Clinton accused Bernie Sanders of "promising free this and free that and free everything." But universal
Woman blames 15 identity thefts on Equifax breach

Woman blames 15 identity thefts on Equifax breach

Katie Van Fleet has suffered 15 identity thefts since the Equifax breach and she believes the criminals who've targeted her are using information from the breach to open credit cards in her name;
A viral "angriest librarian" explains why America needs libraries now more than ever

A viral "angriest librarian" explains why America needs libraries now more than ever

When New Yorker columnist/blowhard Andre Walker "Nobody goes to libraries anymore. Close the public ones and put the books in schools", librarians all over the net gave him what for, and one of the