Joss(h) Whedon gives back to the kickstarter community, Elliot Rodger leaves us all a little more unsettled, Speaking in French might turn you a little more homicidal, Casey Neistat helps us with a list of Facebook annoyances, eBay gets hacked, and Master’s degrees might just be your next job requirement.
Peoria’s mayor may have gone too far in his fight against a Twitter prank, Google now has to remove people from results when they request it, Geocaching is Sanctuary’s chance to search for treasure, A Canadian teen is responsible for lots of swatting calls, Chickens might be getting virtual reality, and H.R. Giger has passed away.
That was the last line Klaus spoke as Season One of The Originals came to a close. As it did, I can say, I wasn’t disappointed in this series at all. Similarly to how Buffy had the more grown up spin-off of Angel, The Originals has proved to be the more adult sibling of The Vampire Diaries.
The Oklahoma State Capitol may have a new addition, Another execution gone wrong, Project Greenlight returns, The secret of the pyramids is unravelled, Tennessee gets harsh on pregnant drug users, .wed is a trap, and Portland’s water supply gets a little tangy.
Atnevon insists that Jesus was in fact a Vampire and not a Zombie, Cygnus fakes us out with a story about veterans being treated like sex offenders, North Dakota’s abortion ban has been overturned, XKCD helps to clarify free speech, Wu-Tang Clan fans band together to try to buy their single-copy album, Vox incites the rage of the internet by arguing that vinyl isn’t better than CDs are, The recording industry strikes again, and we wish Kidcha a happy belated birthday and our apologies for being horribly forgetful people.
XKCD explains Heartbleed, Dropbox makes a strange addition to its board, Windows XP is officially dead, Zombies come to life in a real course, and a special-ed student gets in trouble for being bullied and recording it.
There’s a Pirate Bay Bundle full of free games, Sanctuary reviews Goat Simulator, People are still using Windows XP and need to stop if at all possible, America doesn’t read anymore, Wil Wheaton inspires us all, Brendan Eich steps down and brings on Sanctuary’s massive rage, and One court reporter earns both our respect and our loathing for doing what we all wish we could at our jobs.
Prophet Manasseh makes a pre-show guest appearance to bring Sanctuary some divine laughter, The Wu-Tang Clan wants to turn albums into paintings, Mozilla’s choice of CEO comes into question, Atnevon might have been wrong about E-Cigarettes, and Sharknado 2 is coming to make Kidcha’s day.
Julie Ann Horvath lets us know that sexism and harassment are still alive and well in the workplace, Australia says that anti-vaccine groups are not charities, Fred Phelps is dead and we aren’t sad to see him go, Gay marriage is temporarily legal in Michigan, Microsoft reminds us that emails often times aren’t private, and Kidcha brings us her exclusive on fan fiction.
Seeming brings their debut album to our door, A victory against anti-dog laws, One of Oklahoma’s TV stations has an ‘accident’, The internet grows up and gets kicked out of the house, The Boston Globe wonders if gifted children should get more funding, and Cygnus brings us news that Walter Williams has passed away… again.