“Think of it this way: a person scrolling aimlessly through a Facebook feed has a lot in common with a blue whale feeding on krill, only we don’t have baleens to filter out the useless chaff.”
"For this piece,” Gordon said, changing tabs in Photoshop, “I have a piggy bank wearing one of those old-fashioned doctor headband things with the CD on it, except the piggy bank is a Republican elephant with this huge coin slot on its back so you can still tell it’s a piggy bank.”
“That was a close one. I sure don’t know what we’d do without the oversight of our community,” said Len Russeter, dean of admission at a recent town hall meeting. “In fact, we had a conference call with some trustees last night, and, uh, we’ve agreed to turn over all pending names for public review, starting now,” Russeter said, sweating profusely.
Yesterday the popular startup Snapchat rolled out SnapRead, a new productivity application that promises to save users time and money.
Buffalo Wild Wings enjoys immense popularity among millennials and sports fans alike, but the restaurant chain doesn’t rest on its laurels—BWW R&D remains hard at work crafting innovative new customer experiences. And as it turns out, the solution may involve more than new dipping sauces.
Today marked a historic day for investors and capitalists alike, as Warren Buffett finally revealed his master strategy for successful investing. Buffett, who has amassed a fortune worth billions over his lifetime, is widely regarded as the most successful investor of our time.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed a statistical metric on Monday that could spell disaster for the American tech giant’s future operations: Apple’s Steve Joblessness rate has reached an astounding 100 percent.