— Guardian US (@GuardianUS) October 28, 2015
Loving this story about an 11-year-old girl making $$$ by creating cryptographically secure passwords rolled with real dice, written by hand, and sent by mail. Not e-mail. We’re talking envelopes and stamps.
Hat tip to Billboard’s Ed Christman for three (3) soundbites in NPR’s story.
Worth 5 minutes of your time to listen to the rise and fall of Tower Records, the subject of a new documentary by Collin Hanks.
In a long and rambling 12-minute speech, Kanye West announces his intention to run for president in 2020 at the MTV Video Music Awards followed by a mic drop. Cut away to Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian West a/k/a future FLOTUS looking decidedly uncomfortable.
Vote early, vote often. #Kanye 2020
U.S. politics and Hollywood are more similar than you think including never missing a chance to be photographed with something young and adorable.
Cue photo-op of U.S. Representative John Lewis posing with puppies.
Congress is currently in recess so no more baby animals but it’ll soon be a zoo as the House and Senate have until September 17th to vote for the wildly controversial and complicated Iran deal. Given the intricate nature of the accord, who better than Jack Black and Morgan Freeman to explain its merits?