Mother Jones sent reporter Mac McClelland to work for a hyper-efficient online retailer warehouse for a week and had her write about the harrowing experience afterward. It's not as bad what sweatshop workers in other countries face, but it's still awful. Go »
The West Wing
In keeping with my hobby of watching TV shows years after they have faded from cultural relevance, Kelly and I have just finished watching The West Wing over the last six months or so. I know that it has Go »
Professional Past and Future
I made the original version of this web site on a whim back in college when I was bored one weekend, and it just kept growing. More times than I'd like to admit, I skipped a class to work on it, which eventually turned out Go »
For Real, Yo
It's been a joke for a little while now that "extreme" has become so overused (and subverted by poser advertising execs) that it has actually come to mean the opposite of its vernacular meaning. I hereby submit that "real" (and alternately, "keeping it re Go »
Scott's Pet Peeve #6914
It's campaign season again (ha! I kid! campaign season never ends), so I've been reading a lot of polls and analysis of polls and analysis of analysis of polls. Go »
Drunk Driving by Proxy
Say you're had too many drinks, and you know better than to drive, so you responsibly hand your keys over to someone else. That person unfortunately turns out to be drunk as well, and causes a fatal accident in your car. Go »
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For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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