Texas judge reinstated—1 year after viral, child abuse video
Judge William Adams was reinstated by the Texas Supreme Court, but he will be prohibited from hearing child abuse cases.
This piece of cardboard is better than your iPhone 5
It raises money for charity, and its battery life is amazing.
World of Warcraft politician wins State Senate race
After the gaming community rallied around her campaign, Colleen Lachowicz was elected to the Maine State Senate.
Reports of voting machine bugs surface on social media
Multiple reports of voting machine mishaps have already begun surfacing on social media.
Justin Bieber unknowingly stands up sick kids
Hospital staff should probably rethink their social media strategy after this blunder.
Website helps voters find their f*cking polling places
Maybe a healthy dose of profanity (and some useful information) is all it takes to get out the vote.
In debating claims of assault, the losers are the real victims
A familiar pattern is playing itself out on Tumblr.
Brony fandom commercial hits prime time tonight
The Brony Thank You Fund debuts its homemade video tonight on The Hub.
After Halloween, Pinterest skips straight to Christmas
Don't worry, we're sure you can repurpose that candy for gingerbread houses.
The best/worst #NaNoWriMoOpeners
Under the hashtag #NaNoWriMoOpeners, Twitter users are suggesting their most hilariously bad ideas for National Novel Writing Month participants.
How Amazon exploits small online retailers
Sellers can never truely close their storefronts on Amazon, forcing them to compete against the retail giant's search engine optimization.
Celebrities tweet approval of Halloween costumes
If you want to dress as a celebrity of a different ethnicity than you are, trying tweeting for approval first.
Google your favorite scary movie right now!
There’s more to this year’s Halloween Google Doodle than meets the eye.
Reddit “creeps” outed by Predditors blog speak up
Predditors is a Tumblr site that posts the personal information of Reddit "creeps" who secretly take photos of women—but some of the men featured on the blog say they've been falsely accused.
One Tumblr’s quest against “mansplaining”
Academic Men Explain Things to Me has seen more than 300 submissions in less than three weeks.