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self loathing

Facebook backlash sees small businesses following suit

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Medium isn't the first outlet to express a growing dissatisfaction with Facebook, but it is one of the more eloquent ones. In a lengthy monograph on the subject published this week, writer Jeswin opined on its increasing irrelevance to his life, calling the bulk of his news feed "absolutely...
Facebook backlash sees small businesses following suit

Rumor Roundup: Celebrating Diwali White House Style and Ben Lerer's Beer Pong Skills

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In less than a week, you’ll be sitting on your parents’ couch with a belly full of booze and turkey watching shitty cable TV, because ain’t life grand? To tide you over until that wondrous day, we’re back with another batch of juicy rumors. Happy Friday! Beer Me Storied New York...
Rumor Roundup: Celebrating Diwali White House Style and Ben Lerer's Beer Pong Skills

Diary of a first-time jailbreaker

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I should probably just put my iPhone 4S out of its misery. Its lock button doesn’t work anymore; there are weird chips in the glass from me and my nephew dropping it on all kinds of surfaces; and every once in a while it does this thing where it glitches...
Diary of a first-time jailbreaker

BuddyTV adds movie and TV trailers, self-loathing binges on ‘Real Housewives’ optional

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Don’t you hate it when you invest a good six or seven minutes into something like Lifetime’s “7 Days of Sex” or Animal Planet’s “Hillbilly Handfishin’,”  only to discover that, well, you wasted six or seven minutes of your life? Well, now decisions on which shows to watch can be...
BuddyTV adds movie and TV trailers, self-loathing binges on ‘Real Housewives’ optional

Pandemonium Strikes as Twitter Finally Admits to “Unfollow” Bug

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(doingitlocal.com) If you noticed that one of your friends un-followed you on Twitter recently, it might not be that they got fed up with your oversharing, but instead that they were the victim of a new bug Twitter finally admitted to today. The bug makes it look like you're not...
Pandemonium Strikes as Twitter Finally Admits to “Unfollow” Bug
Clean Water Charity Uses 'First World Problems' Meme to Guilt You Into Donating

So Is She Gay?

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It is no more of an empirical question than whether she is Jewish. We know she is Jewish, and it is a fact simply and rightly put in the public square. If she were to hide her Jewishness, it would seem rightly odd, bizarre, anachronistic, even arguably self-critical or self-loathing....
So Is She Gay?

Rapportive Admits It Was Acquired By LinkedIn, But Will Keep Its Gmail Plugin

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Only 21 new messages? Cue the self-loathing. Welcome to today's edition of news you already knew! On its staff blog, Rapportive confirmed that oh yeah, it actually has been acquired by LinkedIn . . . just like AllThingsD's Liz Gannes reported 15 days ago. For those of you who've been...
Rapportive Admits It Was Acquired By LinkedIn, But Will Keep Its Gmail Plugin

Why CES still matters, even if you hate it

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Tech journalism’s annual festival of self-loathing is in full swing. I refer, of course, to CES, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that will draw, this year, over 150,000 visitors and nearly as many blog posts complaining about how irrelevant and miserable it is. I won’t argue about...
Why CES still matters, even if you hate it

How self-loathing and Photoshop can make you a very sad person

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Shirley Hornstein used her expert Photoshop skills to pretend she knew many famous people and to ingratiate herself in the Valley. Now, it seems, she's decided to reveal why. [Read more]...
How self-loathing and Photoshop can make you a very sad person

Boot up: CES's exhaustion, Nokia's Android?, another BBC iApp, and more

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Plus HAL 9000 for your home, Adobe's not-quite-free CS2 offer, and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamWhy we're not at the biggest tech show in the world >> BuzzfeedMatt Buchanan: This is the first time in six years I...
Boot up: CES's exhaustion, Nokia's Android?, another BBC iApp, and more

Max Payne 3 – review

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PS3/Xbox 360/PC; £39.99; cert 18+; RockstarRockstar knows how to do sleaze, that's for sure. From the Latino sex clubs of GTA III: Vice City to the rickety saloon bars and whore houses of Red Dead Redemption, this company has always reveled in the sights, smells and pleasures of the low...
Max Payne 3 – review
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