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Facebook is far from the only popular online service with a dark side.
At least we have copies. We do have copies of this stuff, right?
I've been committing war crimes in video games since the Carter era.
Sometimes, the most genius criminal plots are foiled by coincidence, bad luck, or plain old slapstick hijinks.
Nazis attempted to scientifically resurrect two extinct animals so they could hunt them again.
As a decade's worth of storytelling culminates with Avengers: Infinity War, it sure is tempting to take a look back at all the movies that led here.
Sliced bread was not a groundbreaking invention. Not all pictures are worth a thousand words. An apple a day doesn't keep the doctor away.
The world is just getting weirder, which is oddly comforting.
Sometimes, things that seem like a no-brainer ... aren't.
The future isn't some vague, to-be-determined period of existence; it's literally tomorrow.
For one thing, the region's nastiest national rivalry isn't the one you're thinking of.
Every now and then, a story that affects the whole world starts unfolding right in the peaceful heart of Nowhere In Particular.
Having recently read Bob Honey, I am confident in declaring it the literary equivalent of renal failure.
How is it possible that products are still this terrible and useless?
Sometimes, when computer effects get taken away, the magic and drama of Hollywood are immediately reduced to slapstick insanity.
Trying to remember which shows are on which service requires a mastery of spreadsheets, and also a mastery of patience.
Here's everything you need for the playground version of Mad Max.
What saved the video game market slump? A bizarre chain of events that started with one businessman throwing a temper tantrum.