Category Archive for: Gizmodo

Tourists Kill Bahamas’ Swimming Pigs Because We Can’t Have Anything Nice

Some days, humans just generally suck. And then there are days when you realize why this planet is trying so hard to just wipe us out.Read more…

Bill Gates Made a David S. Pumpkins Video and I Want to Die

Bill Gates made a parody Christmas-themed David S. Pumpkins video in order to promote his Reddit Ask Me Anything on Monday. While the previous sentence is straight out of a piece of dystopian fictional, it’s real, and now I want to die.

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Former Google Engineer Blasts Company’s HR Practices After Sexual Harassment Revelation

Earlier today, Recode reported that Uber had asked its new SVP of engineering, Amit Singhal to resign after he failed to disclose the circumstances involved in his departure from Google. According to Recode, Singhal resigned from Google in early 2016 after an investigation into a sexual harassment claim brought…

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Kotaku Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild Gets Pirated Days Before Launch, Causing Major Leaks | Ja

Kotaku Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild Gets Pirated Days Before Launch, Causing Major Leaks | Jalopnik Why Some Cars Have Gas Tank Fillers On The Left Or The Right | Lifehacker How I Tricked Myself Into Reading More Books | io9 South Korea Is Basically Making Officially Licensed Power Rangers Fan Fiction |

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Leaked Audio: Trump Cares About Food Safety But Only If the Food Is Foreign

President Donald Trump intends to intensify enforcement of food safety regulations as a cudgel in international trade negotiations, according to leaked recordings of a what appears to be a phone conversation between Trump and Wilbur Ross, his nominee for Commerce Secretary. During the conversation, which was recorded…

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Humans Are Burning America to the Ground

We are torching our own country annually. While climate change has exacerbated fire season, researchers haven’t really studied how many of those fires are our own damn faults until recently.

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The New Plan to Stop Internet Piracy Is Just the Old One on Steroids

After four years, the “six strikes” Copyright Alert System was shutdown for good last month. Now, a body of content makers and distributors are asking lawmakers to update the DMCA system that has allowed for a more open internet with stricter rules that would require ISPs to block content.

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