6 Movie Plot Holes You Never Noticed Thanks to Editing – [Cracked]
10 Infamous Cat Burglars – [Listverse]
Dustin Moskovitz: Why I Left Facebook To Start Asana – [Business Insider]
Dustin Moskovitz created Facebook with his Harvard roommate, Mark Zuckerberg. Earlier this year, he left the $80 billion-dollar company to start Asana, a group collaboration tool for enterprises.
Today, he told the TechCrunch Disrupt audience what early Facebook was like, and why he left it to start another company.
Videogum’s Recap Of The Last Episode Of Entourage > The Last Season Of Entourage – [Videogum]
Holy fucking shit. I had every expectation that the final episode of Entourage of all time would be bad. That it would casually wrap up its boring storylines in convenient ways and that at the end of it all we would be left with exactly what we had when we started eight seasons ago: nothing. And that is basically what happened, but it was so MUCH WORSE than I could have imagined! Obviously, this was a bad, lazy, terribly written show, but you would think that after eight years they would have managed to squeak out some kind of half hour conclusion that was more satisfying and less disgusting. This isn’t The Sopranos. There are literally no actual loose ends to tie up. The only thing they had to do was bring all the characters together, pop open a bottle of champagne, wave their ATM receipts showing the millions each of them has in their checking account in the air, and crash a Lamborghini into the White House.
TSA Creator Says Dismantle, Privatize the Agency – [Human Events]
“The whole program has been hijacked by bureaucrats,” said Rep. John Mica (R. -Fla.), chairman of the House Transportation Committee.
“It mushroomed into an army,” Mica said. “It’s gone from a couple-billion-dollar enterprise to close to $9 billion.”
As for keeping the American public safe, Mica says, “They’ve failed to actually detect any threat in 10 years.”