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  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by canuck
    +30 +1

    Neil deGrasse Tyson: I’ll fly SpaceX to Mars once Elon Musk’s mom has made the round trip

    In a playful “Ask Me Anything” session at Reddit.com, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson said that he’s interested in visiting Mars someday, but he has some reservations. “Hi Neil!” said one questioner. “Just wanted to know your thoughts on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 relaunch and landing, and what do you think it means for the future of space travel? Also, would you ever consider to join a one way trip to Mars?”

  • Expression
    1 year ago
    by baron778
    +2 +1

    Pirate Bay Founder: ‘I Have Given Up’

    The socialist and filesharing pioneer Peter Sunde is not optimistic about the open internet. "The internet is shit today. It's broken. It was probably always broken, but it's worse than ever." My conversation with Peter Sunde, one of the founders and spokespersons of The Pirate Bay, did not start out optimistically. There's good reason for that: In the last couple of months, the contemporary download culture shows heavy signs of defeat in the battle for the internet.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by messi
    +20 +1

    Trump on North Korean leader: 'Obviously, he's a pretty smart cookie'

    President Trump during an interview that aired Sunday said he thinks North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a "pretty smart cookie." During an interview that aired on CBS's "Face The Nation," the president was asked what he makes of Kim. Trump said the North Korean leader was a young man when he took over power, adding that he is "dealing with obviously very tough people, in particular the generals and others."

  • Expression
    1 year ago
    by yuriburi
    +1 +1

    Richard Dawkins: ‘When I see cattle lorries, I think of the railway wagons to Auschwitz’

    Is this what it was like, Richard Dawkins wonders, for ordinary people in Nazi Germany? “There’s a kind of laziness if you live in a society where things are just accepted. People might have been vaguely uneasy about what was going on in Germany but also thought, ‘Oh well, everyone else is doing it’.”

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by socialiguana
    +1 +1

    Charles Martinet (Voice of Mario) on Shigeru Miyamoto (Creator of Mario) and Working from A Place of Joy

    In June, I got the chance to attend the voice over artist panel at Indiana Comic Con. If you’re not familiar with how these work, the artists come on stage, talk with each other, and then open the microphones up for audience members to ask questions. I was going to pass on asking a question this time, but (lucky me) who should be on the panel but Charles Martinet.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by geoleo
    +25 +1

    Wells Fargo accused of ripping off mom-and-pop shops

    Wells Fargo has already admitted to charging people for overdrawing bank accounts that they didn't have and for car insurance that they didn't need. Now, it's being accused of ripping off vulnerable mom-and-pop businesses. For several years, Wells Fargo's merchant services division overcharged small businesses for processing credit card transactions, a lawsuit alleges. Business owners who tried to leave Wells Fargo were charged "massive early termination fees," according to the lawsuit filed in US District Court.

  • Expression
    1 year ago
    by Apolatia
    +18 +1

    The making of Alpha Protocol, Obsidian's secret best RPG

    Imagine a glitzy cinematic sequence where you, as a secret agent, fight your way through an aeroplane soaring through the sky. You're pressing button prompts appearing on the screen while your hero whacks, chops, spins and kicks at the baddie in your way. "You fight all the way down until eventually you beat the guy and rip off his parachute and, I don't know, break his neck, and he floats off and you use his parachute to land."

  • Current Event
    11 months ago
    by Chubros
    +18 +1

    Terry Crews: 'Men Need to Hold Other Men Accountable'

    When dozens of women came forward with sexual assault and harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein—who has continued to deny all allegations of non-consensual sex—actor Terry Crews noticed that some people on Twitter were skeptical. Crews knows from personal experience how hard it is to experience harassment and muster the courage to speak out: He says he was groped by William Morris Endeavor agent Adam Venit at an industry event in front of his wife. The agency said they suspended and demoted Venit, who declined to comment for this article.

  • How-to
    8 months ago
    by Redcup121
    How-to
    +14 +1

    Dealing with deviants on your network

    It's a security manager's nightmare. Network logs of Internet activity at MassMutual Financial Group indicated a top executive was spending much of his time in chat rooms, where he claimed to have molested his 12-year-old daughter.

  • Current Event
    6 months ago
    by TheSpirit
    +10 +1

    'Exorcist' Director Makes A New Movie About Exorcism (It's A Documentary)

    When The Exorcist, based on the novel by William Blatty, came to theaters in 1973, it captured the public imagination. Or more accurately, the public's nightmares. Exorcisms aren't just the stuff of horror movies — hundreds of thousands of Italian Catholics reportedly request them each year. But when William Friedkin directed the movie, he'd never actually seen an exorcism. It would be four more decades before he actually witnessed one.

  • Current Event
    4 months ago
    by spacepopper
    +9 +1

    Trent Reznor: ‘You’re seeing the fall of America in real time’

    The title of Nine Inch Nails’ new tour, kicking off in Las Vegas’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, is Cold and Black and Infinite. To get here you must pass the tumbling dice, the restless women queuing for the Magic Mike live show, and the inert displays of Johnny Cash memorabilia. It is slightly incongruous, appearing as it does down the street from Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life and Mariah Carey: The Butterfly Returns, but no less razzle-dazzle in its own way.

  • Current Event
    3 months ago
    by TNY
    +2 +1

    The big Sean Murray interview

    What a trip it's been. Back in 2013, when a little team that was working out of a busted-up old studio they shared with a taxi rank on a small street in Guildford revealed its follow-up to a series of cute cartoon racing game, it was one of those moments. No Man's Sky captured the world's attention like few other games have before it. And for three years No Man's Sky was given the world's stage, making headline appearances at E3 conferences and with creator Sean Murray guesting on big-name US talk shows.