I suppose Gawker can't really cover their own lawsuit objectively

Despite it being the Post, there’s some interesting financial tidbits about Gawker (like Denton’s salary) that have come to light during the proceedings. Gawkers’s minimal take on the recent technical delay makes it sound like they scored a victory, whereas the Post details a temporary escape amongst the more… » 7/04/15 11:23am Today 11:23am

Share your Subblog in the Cross Thread

‘ello one and all and welcome to the very weekly Whitenoise, Hackerspace, Groupthink, Odeck, Tay, Oppo, Backtalk, Clashtalk, and Powder Room cross thread. Last week, Lexador made the very excellent suggestion that I shoud ask ya’ll to recommend articles from your corner of the kinjaverse that you think are worth a… » 7/02/15 11:25am Thursday 11:25am

Chris Squire has died.

Chris Squire, the bassist and co-founder for Yes died yesterday. He was actually the only member to appear on every studio album they released. Back in freshman year in high school I really started getting into Yes and going through that classic rock phase that a lot of people go through. I did eventually manage to… » 6/30/15 8:59am Tuesday 8:59am

Democracy and Hypocrisy: Scalia's Striking Lack of Logic 

I attended a university where Antonin Scalia taught, and he had many friends remaining among the faculty. When he visited to speak at the law school, I declined to apply for the very sought-after tickets, because I did not want to be in the same room with him.
» 6/29/15 11:16am Monday 11:16am

Banks in Greece shut for a week in crisis

Imagine what it would be like if your country ran out of money? What would you do? Well look to poor Greece. They are on meltdown right now and getting less press than Kanye at Glastonbury. A first world country with no fucking money literally and no chance of more till they pay back defaulted loans. People have had… » 6/29/15 7:38am Monday 7:38am