Do you have adblock enabled?
 
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.
You might try our Headline Search for easier navigation here.

These links may be stale and generate errors. Can't do much about it. Tastes like chicken.
Sun March 16, 2014
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Starbucks about to become Starboners
source: dailymail.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Weather Channel)
 
 
 
The Cascadia Subduction Zone could one day create a new West Coast. In other news, a wig-wearing bald man with a pig-squealing assistant and blonde-haired girlfriend is preparing to buy up a ton of land
source: weather.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(io9)
 
 
 
Doctor Who LEGO? Yes please
source: observationdeck.io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
The coolest pictures from inside an ice cave you'll see all month
source: dailymail.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Sun News Network)
 
 
 
StarCraft player wins tournament and takes home $100K in prize money. He just made more money than most Canadian football players do
source: sunnewsnetwork.ca   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Old and Busted: Morphine, oxycontin. New Hotness: Sea snail venom
source: dailymail.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Inventorspot)
 
 
 
They see you rollin, they pointin & gigglin
source: inventorspot.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Deslidefied)
 
 
 
Ever wondered what the most addictive video games of all time were? Subby will be glad to answer after just one more turn of Civilization, honest (deslided for your viewing pleasure)
source: deslide.clusterfake.net   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The New York Times)
 
 
 
All your science.... now belongs to billionaires
source: nytimes.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Computerworld)
 
 
 
"...we've never seen more than 1,000 active daily users in the Metro environment"
source: computerworld.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Global Dispatch)
 
 
 
If they can send a man to the moon, you'd think they could come up with a device that prevents HIV and pregnancy in women...oh, they did
source: theglobaldispatch.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Everything you've always wanted to know about ear wax
source: bbc.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Press TV)
 
 
 
♫ I love Paris in the (hack.... cough..... hack.... cough) Spring time ♫
source: presstv.ir   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 


Sat March 15, 2014
(I-Mockery)
 
 
 
A look at a rare Robo Force Punch-Out Toy Book from 1980 that almost perfectly recreates the robots from the original toy line in papercraft form
source: i-mockery.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Rare Shelby Mustang unearthed after 40 years spent gathering dust, with only 8,500 miles on it. Nearby drill set to reverse is completely unrelated
source: autos.yahoo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Football, which was bad for your brain, is now fine for your brain. LET'S PLAY SOME FOOTBALL
source: sciencedaily.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(DoobieBrain)
 
 
 
The latest version of Jetson-esque tech to finally be available. You guessed it, floating coat hangers
source: doobybrain.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Al Jazeera)
 
 
 
Using Bayes' theorem to find missing aircraft
source: america.aljazeera.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(CNN)
 
 
 
You'd you think a 6ft tall robotic guitarist with 78 fingers could create music that didn't sound like it was made with Mario Paint
source: cnn.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Vice)
 
 
 
Congo attempts to launch a rat into space. What the FARK??? CONGO has a space program?
source: vice.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Forgetting is an actively controlled process in the brain. This article brought to you by the creators of Caddyshack II, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and Star Wars Episode I
source: popsci.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Today)
 
 
 
Study pills used by students to stay alert are no better than coffee. If you're already paying $100,000 for a college degree, what's another $5 for a Starbucks large mocha latte?
source: today.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Psych Central)
 
 
 
Slight delay when making decisions can improve accuracy. Except when the delay comes after hearing "Heads up"
source: psychcentral.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(i-HLS)
 
 
 
Facebook acquires UAV developer, new UAV engine. UAVs creating interest around the world
source: i-hls.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Brisbane Times)
 
 
 
Sheila columnist tries to teach blokes how to yabber with Seppos
source: brisbanetimes.com.au   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Do You Remember)
 
 
 
Today we celebrate the legacy of Atari Age in all its printed glory
source: doyouremember.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Hollywood Reporter)
 
 
 
Marvel Comics to kill off Wolverine. Wait, isn't not dying his superpower?
source: hollywoodreporter.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(io9)
 
 
 
First kiss ever filmed was between two women. Giggity (Not safe for work, but artful nudity in article)
source: io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(New Delhi TV)
 
 
 
NASA is now looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, which should help if any of the kooky theories about aliens beaming it up to their mothership are true
source: ndtv.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
"Don't get me wet. You wouldn't like me when I'm... WET"
source: gizmodo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 


Fri March 14, 2014
(UPI)
 
 
 
Second annual Steampunk cruise: Let's have a look at how the genre handles the high seas in their Victorian fashions
source: upi.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Science 2.0)
 
 
 
Hank Campbell clarifies his stance on Venus' "Greenhouse Effect" saying, "You might as well call the greenhouse effect 'Smurf' and be done with it." OK then
source: science20.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(All Africa)
 
 
 
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Pathologists, not so much, especially if the apple came from Kenya
source: allafrica.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Federalist)
 
 
 
I've got a blog where I can say anything, checkmate science
source: thefederalist.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Network World)
 
 
 
28 more facts about pi to add to the 3.14 million you already don't know
source: networkworld.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Inquirer)
 
 
 
The good news: Microsoft's XBox One is selling at a record pace. Bad news: Still lagging far behind Sony's Playstation 4
source: theinquirer.net   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Guardian)
 
 
 
A 'Babelfish' could be the web's next big thing, says AI expert who's never heard of Google Translate
source: theguardian.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Times of Israel)
 
 
 
How to make mulled winter wine. Article assumes you are a large gentleman who already has a beard and a large collection of wide-brimmed hats which you think make you look jaunty and mysterious
source: timesofisrael.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Salon)
 
 
 
Black hole may have sent star cluster hurtling toward Earth. EVERYBODY PANIC (IN SEVERAL TRILLION YEARS)
source: salon.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Verge)
 
 
 
An interview with Neil DeGrasse Tyson during which he's drinking wine, because he's a classy motherfarker
source: theverge.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Prescriptions for ADHD drugs have doubled in the past four years. The reasons are unclear as the study was fragmented, unfocused and incomplete
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(People Magazine)
 
 
 
Scrabble to add new word for the first time in 9 years. Unfortunately, "Kwyjibo" is not in the running
source: people.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
National Geographic presents: Live From Space. See what the ISS astronauts are looking at right now
source: livefromspace.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Medium)
 
 
 
Want some fun facts for Pi day? The dorkiest one ever: ln (262,537,412,640,768,744) / sqrt (163) is... Pi?
source: medium.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 


Thu March 13, 2014
(Out There Colorado)
 
 
 
Google plans to take a 360-degree view of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. It won't quite feel like the real thing without feeling the severe sunburn and listening to drunken idiots on your raft, but it's a start
source: outtherecolorado.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
New "whaling" trend doesn't involve Japan, may involve hipsters but only ironically
source: news.yahoo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Optimal Human Modulation)
 
 
 
Turns out, there IS a style of yoga based on the worship of ancient demonic gods intent on death and insanity. "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn....hold it...hold it....now breathe"
source: optimalhumanmodulation.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Tom's Hardware)
 
 
 
Windows 9 will finally get people to move from Windows XP. Super serial this time
source: tomshardware.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Christian Post)
 
 
 
Science show "Cosmos" under fire for being unfair to Catholicism. Giordano Bruno, Galileo, Copernicus, and hundreds of other scientists unavailable for comment
source: christianpost.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Science Magazine)
 
 
 
Oscar Goldman resigns from OSI claiming that bureaucrats spend more time in meetings rejigging data to make it look like they're doing something, than actually being productive
source: news.sciencemag.org   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(UPI)
 
 
 
Florida man manufactures 'Cowasaki' motorcycles out of animal bones
source: upi.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(IT World)
 
 
 
9 reasons why programmers' pants are often on fire
source: itworld.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(SeattlePI)
 
 
 
Fukushima radiation found in unlikely place. What, like the back of a Volkswagen?
source: blog.seattlepi.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Softpedia)
 
 
 
Proving that technology is getting smaller and smarter like a math class full of Chinese exchange students, more than 100 new satellites to be launched into earth orbit, each one the size of a postage stamp
source: news.softpedia.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Verge)
 
 
 
Microsoft adopts Red Hot Chili Peppers pricing structure, gives Microsoft Phone OS free to phone makers
source: theverge.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Chimpanzees can play video games better than kindergarteners, though they do get confused when poor Donkey Kong is portrayed as the villain
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Consumer Reports)
 
 
 
Herbal supplements like glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are unregulated, overhyped, and extremely expensive. And they don't really work either
source: consumerreports.org   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(WebMD)
 
 
 
20% of people who experience "senior moments" go on to develop dementia. The other 80% have yet to make it back to their homes after the study
source: webmd.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(WTKR)
 
 
 
Suffer from migraines? The FDA has approved Geordi Laforge's visor as a treatment
source: wtkr.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Buzzfeed)
 
 
 
We're still not too sure over the "meek inheriting the Earth" thing, but it's become pretty obvious the nerds will end up owning it
source: buzzfeed.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Times of India)
 
 
 
Al Gore hates Ceiling Cat
source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gamespot)
 
 
 
Gamer reaches goal of one million points in Xbox Titanfall, starts working toward next major goal of learning how to unhook a bra
source: gamespot.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Scientists develop a 24-hour test to authenticate and type canned tuna as albacore tuna, yellowfin or bigeye. Still no explanation on why some cans promise a free dolphin with purchase
source: sciencedaily.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Popular Science)
 
 
 
Over the past few years, Google has been buying up robotics company after robotics company. So, what exactly ARE they doing with their new acquisitions? [insert dramatic music here]
source: popsci.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The New York Times)
 
 
 
"I'll build something that's cool as soon as you build something that matters." "How about an app that keeps me off your lawn?" "Ship it"
source: nytimes.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
Born. Earl Grey. 250 years ago today. Hot
source: en.wikipedia.org   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Guardian)
 
 
 
"Phone call metadata can betray detailed information about your life. Researchers have identified a cannabis grower an MS sufferer and a visitor to an abortion clinic using nothing more than the timing and destination of their phone calls"
source: theguardian.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Softpedia)
 
 
 
First T. Rex fossil found in Alaska, only a short distance from Sarah Palin's house where it walked with Jesus 6,000 years ago
source: news.softpedia.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Abc.net.au)
 
 
 
Significant events from the last 25 years of the Internet
source: abc.net.au   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Science Daily)
 
 
 
Scientists figure out why your own brain is your worst enemy when you're trying to quit smoking and a cigarette would taste sooooo good right n ... SHUT UP BRAIN
source: sciencedaily.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
A video of what flying through the universe at warp speed would look like. Subbie's found a new screen saver
source: sploid.gizmodo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Cracked)
 
 
 
Rats not only love being tickled but they actually giggle while it's happening. Surprisingly, none of this is a euphemism
source: cracked.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 


Wed March 12, 2014
(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Scientists discover a way to turn human waste into electricity; surely they are taking the piss
source: bbc.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
It's just a good thing these little bastards are so small
source: sploid.gizmodo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Brisbane Times)
 
 
 
The sole remaining German WWI tank will soon return home to Austria
source: brisbanetimes.com.au   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Chron)
 
 
 
U.S. Mint to produce America's first curved coin. Good luck using those at the laundromat
source: chron.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
Males fly around infected wasps at the flower singles-bar and impregnate as many females as possible with their "stabby cock-daggers", while subby just gets friend zoned. (with video)
source: wired.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Headlines & Global News)
 
 
 
In this house, we obey the third law of thermodynamics. Wait, which was that one again?
source: hngn.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Massachusetts Whole Foods store slashes prices to the ... what's the opposite of "to the bone?"
source: theswellesleyreport.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fodor's Travel)
 
 
 
Twenty most stunning libraries in the world. Please view this slideshow quietly
source: fodors.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the BBC has re-released the game for free in HTML5. So long, and thanks for all the fish
source: bbc.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
If you've been tired of reading the same old thing, now there are nine new Dead Sea scrolls, so you'll have some new old things to read
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Mother Jones)
 
 
 
You're Drinking the Wrong Kind of Milk
source: motherjones.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(National Geographic)
 
 
 
WWF reports that in Nepal in 2012, no rhinos, tigers, or elephants were poached. Chair shots and steel cage matches still on the rise, however
source: news.nationalgeographic.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(International Business Times)
 
 
 
Astronomers discover one of the biggest stars ever - 1,300 times as big as the Sun. What do they call it? ... Giant peanut
source: ibtimes.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(CERN)
 
 
 
Rimmer reminisces about working with Tim Berners-Lee, that smeghead Lister
source: home.web.cern.ch   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Today in 'things Helen Keller could have seen coming': EA servers fail to cope with launch of new AAA online-only title
source: bbc.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Buzzfeed)
 
 
 
Magic: The Gathering of Butt Cracks
source: buzzfeed.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Mashable)
 
 
 
Seven things you didn't know about mysterious new indie game 'RiME'. Mysteriously absent: 'That it exists'
source: mashable.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Week UK)
 
 
 
Inventor of internet wants an online Bill of Rights. I say Amendments 1 and 2 should guarantee equal access to cat pictures and the right to bear selfies. Who's with me?
source: theweek.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(FastCo Design)
 
 
 
The story of the THX "deep note"
source: fastcodesign.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(RealClear)
 
 
 
Merchandise from a 10,000-year old Halloween store goes on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem
source: realclear.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(People Magazine)
 
 
 
With yet another winter storm barrelling towards eastern Canada and the U.S., here's a series of time lapse photographs showing how beautiful snowflakes form. They're not so goddamn pretty when there's five feet of them in the driveway, though
source: people.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Personality and sex explain learning ability in a lizard. This is good news, if you're a lizard
source: phys.org   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
Hoarders: Planetary Edition
source: huffingtonpost.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
Living together before marriage doesn't lead to divorce. At least not until you actually get married
source: huffingtonpost.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
A look inside the world's biggest voodoo pharmacy, where you can stock up on everything, from monkey heads and snake venom to chiropractic supplies and powdered chameleon
source: dailymail.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(IT World)
 
 
 
Researchers prove that buying your programmers a foosball table will improve their code
source: itworld.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Inhabitat)
 
 
 
In Australia, hipster coffee snobs are moving on to stronger drinks. LSD anyone?
source: inhabitat.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
I'm totally surprised that Flappy Bird might be returning to the app store, said nobody ever
source: arstechnica.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(CBC)
 
 
 
The aliens are coming. And they want poutine and milk in a bag
source: cbc.ca   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Hartford Courant)
 
 
 
Besides wanting steak, what is your dog thinking? Yale researchers want to find out
source: courant.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 


Tue March 11, 2014
(The Hill)
 
 
 
Cable and satellite companies looking to destroy free over-the-air broadcast TV. As if the broadcasters weren't already killing themselves with inferior content
source: thehill.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Uproxx)
 
 
 
Can you to tell the difference between bad human poetry and bad robot poetry?
source: uproxx.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(New York Daily News)
 
 
 
New evidence supports five-second rule. Bon appetit
source: nydailynews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
Coders, NASA will pay you to help hunt down asteroids. Script kiddies need not apply
source: wired.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(CNN)
 
 
 
Five predictions about the internet that did not come true. Come for the spam-free claim, and stay for the 1993 video talking about the 12,000 computer "Net"
source: money.cnn.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(ReadWrite)
 
 
 
Documentary film to chronicle attempt to unearth thousands of extraterrestrials buried in the New Mexico desert
source: readwrite.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Today's "Not The Onion" story: Users upset that their investment in Ponzicoin didn't pay out
source: arstechnica.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Utah People's Post)
 
 
 
Not only do elephants never forget... THEY KNOW WHO YOU ARE
source: utahpeoplespost.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Brand Republic)
 
 
 
"Before the internet existed, enforced downtime helped us think - now we have white noise"
source: brandrepublic.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(ProPublica)
 
 
 
You know who ELSE collected metadata?
source: propublica.org   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Metro)
 
 
 
Can you top a baby costume made from a Caterpillar P-5000 Powered Work Loader that's ready to do battle with Xenomorphs? Didn't think so
source: metro.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(IT World)
 
 
 
FYI, Congress has more almond orchard owners than software developers
source: itworld.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Undersea worms, nightmare fuel
source: sploid.gizmodo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
It's the battle for our future. If we lose this one, Skynet goes online, and it's rise of the Terminators
source: kuka-timoboll.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Turn your toilet into a Sarlaac Pit and make it a worthy place to drop the Fetts off at the pool
source: gizmodo.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
"Let's put a camera inside a volcano." "Okay." Dayum
source: gizmodo.com.au   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Slate)
 
 
 
What languages have invaded English? Here's an interactive graph to answer that cromulent question
source: slate.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Make It So)
 
 
 
Someone with WAY too much time on their hands created a flowchart to help you figure out the proper reading order for all the Star Trek novels. Subby has easier answer: look for "Peter David" on the cover and forget the rest
source: thetrekcollective.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Mental Floss)
 
Video
 
Imagine Mars. The beautiful red landscape, the pristine deserts, and the hipsters
source: mentalfloss.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Short List)
 
 
 
Graphic illustrator turns famous artists into architects - Damien Hirst certified Bond villain
source: shortlist.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Scientists say sponges likely paved the way for human life on Earth. I guess that makes Spongebob Squarepants a prequel to the Bible
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Red Bull)
 
 
 
The most absurdly expensive video game cartridges ever
source: redbull.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
Bronies are never going away
source: wired.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Giving birth 10 times may reduce a woman's cancer risk, increase chances of mental breakdowns and suicide
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(EurekAlert)
 
 
 
Baboons learn how to do tasks from watching other baboons, presumably after the obligatory, 'Hold my banana and watch this"
source: eurekalert.org   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Today)
 
 
 
Couple who always wanted children finally has twins of their own ... just months after a birth mother gave them triplets
source: today.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(NBC News)
 
 
 
Japan now making, storing huge piles of plutonium. Perhaps to take some of the attention away from Fukishima, article also notes that the stockpile is 'lightly guarded'
source: nbcnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Marketwatch)
 
 
 
31% of Christians giving up tech for Lent
source: marketwatch.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Study reveals that hangovers don't stop people from drinking again
source: arstechnica.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(io9)
 
 
 
What's the worst attempt at a new comic superhero? Come on, everyone loved Jubilee
source: io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Meh: New fiber optic cables. Fark: 800Gbps fiber optic cables
source: arstechnica.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(io9)
 
 
 
What do xenomorphs, Darth Vader, astronauts, pigs, and a man trying to eat his own ass have in common? If you answered "various church gargoyles" well then you're full of shiat, because there's no way you could've known that
source: io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
Is speed reading possible? You just read this headline in .002 seconds
source: theatlantic.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 


Mon March 10, 2014
(io9)
 
 
 
What does global warming and the fact that it always rains on your weekend off have in common? Here comes the science
source: io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(io9)
 
 
 
Remember that "Planet X" hidden in our outer solar system? Yeah, about that
source: io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Break)
 
 
 
These six robotic, self driving cars could soon become a reality, leaving drivers hands free for things like eating, makeup and texting. You know; things they would never do now while behind the wheel
source: break.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Guardian)
 
 
 
Are you smarter than a dinosaur?
source: theguardian.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Powerful earthquake strikes Eureka. At least that's what the sheriff says it was
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(LA Times)
 
 
 
Although not what subby had expected, this Roboclam is pretty cool
source: latimes.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Engadget)
 
 
 
Game reviewers 2013: "OMG, the Microsoft "cloud" services for Xbox is a bunch of hooey." Game reviewers 2014: "OMG, the Microsoft cloud services for Xbox is amazing"
source: engadget.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(io9)
 
 
 
Let me tell you a story of amazing hair, dead fish, and a woman wronged
source: observationdeck.io9.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(BBC-US)
 
 
 
An interview with one of the men who brought the U2 international acclaim and decades of terrible music
source: bbc.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Optimal Human Modulation)
 
Video
 
If you woke up this morning thinking,"Man. I could go for a music video featuring Jane's Addiction's lead singer and a French DJ traveling to a distant planet to save hot, alien women from an evil robot," then today's your lucky day
source: optimalhumanmodulation.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Boston Herald)
 
 
 
So you're telling me I can eat all the bacon I want and they won't have to cut my chest open to fix me?
source: bostonherald.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(LA Times)
 
 
 
Distant solar system may have seen the death of independent George
source: latimes.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Network World)
 
 
 
Someone get Eric Schmidt a mirror
source: networkworld.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Slate)
 
 
 
Man tests a 3-D printer target for home use, winds up printing out a giant pile of goo. "You'll never need one of these infernal machines at home"
source: slate.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Free birth control does not promote risky sexual behavior. That's still best accomplished with free alcoholic drinks
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Slate)
 
 
 
Biological engineer genetically modifies viruses to create batteries that can be recharged thousands of times, then decay harmlessly. If these batteries don't release clouds of fatal toxins and/or enslave humanity, this could be a great advancement
source: slate.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Fox News)
 
 
 
Historians unravel the mystery behind a note written by Abraham Lincoln. Apparently, it was just a short message to a servant, a Mr. Desmond Pfeiffer
source: foxnews.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Engadget)
 
 
 
Hey It's Pono: Neil Young's music player for audiophiles is a go, repeat, a go
source: engadget.com   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Here are some sexy pole dancing robots, but where do you stuff the dolla bills, yo?
source: dailymail.co.uk   |   share: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
 

Displayed 154 of about 859 links -- join TotalFark to see them all

On Twitter





Top Commented
Javascript is required to view headlines in widget.

In Other Media
  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report