7 Legendary Acts of Petty Revenge – [Cracked]
Onion-Like Headlines In Real Life – [Tumblr]
Top 10 Misused English Words – [Listverse]
The Severity of Citigroup’s Security Breach – [The Atlantic]
In the latest string of cyber attacks hitting multinational corporations this summer, hackers accessed the information of 200,000 bank accounts at Citigroup, one of the country’s largest banks, the Financial Times reported early this morning.
A Great Article On Last Night’s Reflective Episode of South Park – [SplitSider]
South Park has always been an outlet for for Parker and Stone to work out their feelings on various cultural and political phenomenon, so it’s only natural that it’s also an outlet for them working out their feelings on the show itself. And as the show heads towards what one can only assume is the end of its remarkable run in the next year or so, it’ll be interesting to see just how much they’re willing to change a show they’ve grown a little tired of in it’s waning days, just to keep things interesting and honest until the end.
Google Maps Adds Live Transit Updates – [Google]
Starting now, Google Maps for mobile and desktop can tell you when your ride is actuallygoing to arrive with new live transit updates. We partnered with transit agencies to integrate live transit data in four U.S. cities and two European cities: Boston, Portland, Ore., San Diego, San Francisco, Madrid and Turin.
Follow Up On Amina Abdallah Araf’s Abduction – [The Daily What]
The identity of the allegedly abducted Syrian-American blogger Amina Abdallah Araf al Omari, whose name is associated with the popular protest blog A Gay Girl in Damascus, has been called into question in light of revelations that none of her supposed acquaintanceshave ever met her in person or spoken with her on the phone.