Facebook’s new ‘Care’ reaction lets you show love to friends and family amid coronavirus pandemic

At a time when so many of us are apart due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to show friends and family that you haven’t forgotten about them.  To help with that, Facebook is launching a new “Care” reaction on … Read more…

Facebook’s new ‘Care’ reaction lets you show love to friends and family amid coronavirus pandemic

At a time when so many of us are apart due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to show friends and family that you haven’t forgotten about them.  To help with that, Facebook is launching a new “Care” reaction on … Read more…

DoNotPay’s extension lets you share streaming services without revealing your password

The extension comes from DoNotPay, which was behind the AI-powered “robot lawyer” app that helps users contest parking tickets. It can also help refugees apply for asylum protection, aid consumers in suing robocallers, and even ‘sue anyone’ by “pressing a … Read more…

DoNotPay’s extension lets you share streaming services without revealing your password

The extension comes from DoNotPay, which was behind the AI-powered “robot lawyer” app that helps users contest parking tickets. It can also help refugees apply for asylum protection, aid consumers in suing robocallers, and even ‘sue anyone’ by “pressing a … Read more…

Chinese game ‘Everyone Hit the Traitors’ lets players attack Hong Kong protesters

China is ramping up the anti-protest propaganda with a new browser-based game where players can hit Hong Kong “traitors” with bats. In “Everyone Hit the Traitors,” players can assault pro-democracy protesters and grotesque caricatures of known activists with weapons like … Read more…

Winners and losers Week 7: With the season halfway over, let’s take a look at the playoff picture

Week 7 brought us our first huge upset of the year in South Carolina's win over No. 3 Georgia in Athens and a top-seven SEC clash in Baton Rouge won by LSU. Meanwhile, teams like Minnesota and Baylor continued their unlikely undefeated runs and … Read more…

Let’s Break Down the Most Mysterious Parts of The Testaments, With a Little Help From Margaret Atwood

When most people think of The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood’s 1985 classic dystopian novel, they think of the color red. The long red robes and white bonnets worn by women forced into reproductive slavery in the Republic of Gilead have … Read more…

Summer Entertainment: Let’s Name Favorite Books, Magazines, Podcasts, Bingewatch TV, and More

As everyone starts to get rolling on summer travel plans, I thought now might be a great time to talk about favorite entertainment items. In the past, we’ve had threads on brain candy books, favorite magazines, and podcasts for working … Read more…