Opinion & Commentary

6 People Who Deserve As Much Criticism As Paula Deen

Paula Deen

We get it, at some point in her history Paula Deen has uttered a racial slur. Deen has admitted her "indiscretion" and publicly apologized. We're ready to move on, but apparently a whole lot of people aren't, so for your pleasure we present 6 people who deserve more criticism than Paula Deen.

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How the President, Celebrities and the Internet Are Mourning Steve Jobs

Since the news that Steve Jobs passed away this past Wednesday, the reaction from the world has been nothing short of incredible. Mere hours after I heard about it, I received a tearful phone call from my cousin at college, who talked of a 500-person candlelight vigil on campus. There were post-it notes with "Thank You Steve" plastered all over the Apple Store.

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The Internet Asks — Where is Steve Jobs?

The tech world exploded with rumors after former CBS news partner "What's Trending" mistakenly tweeted about Jobs' premature death. The tweet was deleted less than a minute after it had been posted, but the damage had already been done.

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Pinheads All the Way Down

Bill O'Reilly takes on all those pinheads who think that gravity is enuf. But in a fantasy smackdown with Richard Feynman, who fares better? Videos after the jump.

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Unevenly Distributed: Gadget Blogging, The Human Centipede

If I were to equate gadget blogging to some occupation in a slice of modern cinema, the film that most immediately comes to mind is The Human Centipede: First Segment. That 2010 parable, directed by Tom Six, focuses on the misadventures of three people who, through a wacky series of missteps, are each sewn... shall we say... input-to-output to one another. Gadget blogging, you see, is primarily an act of chain digestion.

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Unevenly Distributed: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The @

I start this column with only one aim. I would like to try to impart my love for one of the oldest, and most impenetrable, and aesthetically unattractive, and sociopathic and schizophrenic genres of computer game to a reader who will doubtlessly hate it for all of those exact reasons. I'm talking about rogue-likes, so called because of their ancestry in a progenitor called Rogue. Let's see how I do.

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