Hugh Grant is interesting no matter what he’s talking about.
How to start a pyramid scheme and get rich ripping people off. And it’s all legal!
Selling complete homebuilding kits, which arrived in train boxcars, was big business for Sears 90 years ago. Some of the houses are still standing and occupied.
Starting Sept. 19, the 140-character count will no longer include media attachments such as GIFS, images, and videos, as well as quoted tweets (Chris Welch, The Verge).
I wonder if URLs will also be excluded.
Future civilizations will look back on this as the greatest accomplishment of the Internet era.
Today I learned that back in 2003, a group of young people in Sturgis, Michigan, age 17-20, plastered signs all over town reading “All your base are belong to us. You have no chance to survive make your time.” They said it was an April Fool’s prank. The chief of police said it could be interpreted as “a borderline terrorist threat” and arrested them.
Now this song will be stuck in your head all day. You’re welcome!