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Don’t do this: 10 of the worst crimes against mac and cheese

07.22.2019 · Posted in Cooking Articles, Technology Articles

Mashable bites into a creamy, nutty, gooey, and sometimes stinky world during our fist-ever Cheese Week. From the childhood nostalgia of a cheap boxed Kraft to elaborate family traditions at Thanksgiving, mac and cheese is pretty **** near the perfe... ...

Stephen King mocks Donald Trump’s worldview with a rather blunt theory

07.22.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

It's kind of amazing that Donald Trump has yet to get into a Twitter feud with Stephen King. Given how often the horror master tweets about the president, and how often the president likes to hit back at people who have said mean things about him, yo... ...

The snail cosmology of medieval manuscripts

We're no strangers to the delights of the rude drawings that monks doodled in the margins of medieval manuscripts around here (1, 2, 3), but University of Bonn medievialist Erik Wade's epic Twitter thread on the astonishing variety of snail-doodles is genuinely next-level.

Whether it's the snail-gods that snail-monks pray to, ...

This dude couldn’t afford a trip to Hawaii, so he green-screened himself there

07.19.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles, Travel Articles

When you're scrolling through an Insta feed full of vacay pics it's hard not to imagine how much it would cost to get there. It's only when your parent's voice pops into your head — "do you have vacation money?" — that you're snapped back... ...

Twitter tests a new way to label replies

Twitter is testing a new way to make conversation threads easier to follow, with the launch of a new test that labels notable replies with special icons. If the original poster replies somewhere in the thread, their tweet will have a small microphone icon next to their profile picture. Other tweets may be labeled, as ...

Twitter to attempt to address conversation gaps caused by hidden tweets

Twitter’s self-service tools when it comes to blocking content you don’t want to see, as well as a growing tendency for users to delete a lot of the content they post, is making some of the conversations on the platform look like Swiss cheese. The company says it will introduce added “context” on content that’s ...