The only thing more questionable than the theme is the dates of operation. If you’re in Tokyo from September 21st to November 20th, you can check out Ted Cafe & Bar: the only Ted-themed restaurant offering both teddy-bear-shaped food and oddly inappropriate quotes.
A picture says a thousand words, and that’s never been truer than with the emoji. Take a look with me at the history of the emoji and find out where it’s going next.
This week we’re talking racial injustice, advising on stubborn significant others, saying goodbye to our least favorite iPhone apps, banking on the corner store, and learning about coffee. Join us for more next week!
After Urban Outfitters got ahead in a ridiculously unethical situation, writer Lindsey Brunken looked at some ways white Americans continue to exploit or completely forget about Native American communities.
Adam tackles pharmaceutical drugs vs generic drugs and the stubbornness of being wrong (or right).
After the WWDC keynote, the world learned an important fact: soon we can delete the Stocks app from our iPhones. Free at last, free at last! Check out what other apps will be deletable!
Stoned and ready for some snackage? Writer Luke Reppe says why your best bet is to go to your neighborhood corner store for all the junk food you require.
Making a cappuccino can be tough if you don’t know what a cappuccino is. Our quick and dirty guide is great for you coffee-holics and coffee abstainers alike!
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Apple announced a lot today at their 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), mainly focusing on new features in their operating systems, but one feature overshadowed them all: deleting built-in apps. Read More!
Apple has created some amazing products and incited great change in the tech industry over the years, but their narrow focused has more recently resulted in anorexic, crippled products that favor simplicity over possibility. This behavior demonstrates their unpleasant vision for their future, and I don’t think I want to be a part of it anymore. Read More!