The 6 Most Amazing Acts of Mid-Fight Mockery in MMA History – [Cracked]
The 10 Best Films About Teaching – [Flavorwire]
LulzSec Releases Arizona Law Enforcement Data – [TechCrunch]
Hacker collective of the moment LulzSec has just released a torrent of data it claims to belong to Arizona law enforcement, in what it calls “Operation Chinga La Migra” (or literally translated ”Fuck the border patrol”).
The hacker group says that the Arizona Department of Public Safety was targeted specifically because of the controversial SB 1070 law, which is currently the strictest anti-illegal immigration measure in the US and requires Arizona immigrants to carry registration documents at all times.
More LulzSec Updates – [TDW Geeks]
Cars 2 Will Be Pixar’s First “Rotten” Movie – [/Film]
It’s only fair, I suppose, that if we run articles trumpeting the fact that other Pixar movies have achieved some form of massively positive consensus on Rotten Tomatoes, that when the company finally releases one that falls far short of the same margin, it would be worth noting. So this weekend will stand as a milestone in the history of Pixar, as Cars 2 opens to the first generally negative consensus opinion in the company’s experience.
Nevermind: The Winklevii Are Still Suing Facebook – [The Atlantic Wire]
So maybe Tyler Winklevoss won’t be updating his “pursuer of justice” Twitter profile after all. A mere day after everyone thought he and his twin brother Cameron had given up a long-running quest to get their share of Mark Zuckerberg’s money by not pursuing a settlement appeal to the Supreme Court, they’re back again. Yesterday, they claimed in a court filing in Massachusetts that, according to Bloomberg and Reuters, they are seeking to find out if Facebook “intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence” during prior settlement claims.