The July 25th premiere of the fourth season of Mad Men seems so far away. In the meantime, entertain yourself with this supercut of the series' best sexual propositions. These men never met a skirt they didn't chase.
Here's a video listicle of the hundred best put-downs, insults, and slams in cinema. If you're feeling like you need some negative reinforcement today, this is the video for you. There's everything from Wizard of Oz to Glengarry Glen Ross.
The mythology of internet startups is all about big wins. But it's instructive, for prospective hustlers at least, to also look at the humiliating defeats — like this video of Web entrepreneur Jason Calacanis losing a $204,400 pot.
Steve Jobs has cast Apple as the most pristine of tech giants, but his sanctimony sometimes backfires. Here, the CEO says Apple guards each use of private customer data—days before Apple partner AT&T exposed iPad customers' private information.
Here's a clip of Carol Bartz speaking more bluntly than the potty-mouthed Yahoo CEO has ever spoken in public before. She tells TechCrunch editor Mike Arrington to "fuck off," and that's not the start of it.
Last night's penultimate episode brought closure to some mysteries — Tina Fey doesn't, in fact, mean much to the story — but, of course, teased out new ones too. Specifically, what's Desmond up to?
Here are the funniest moments of Conan O'Brien's recent visit to Google's Silicon Valley headquarters, including the comedian riffing on Google's "entitled a-hole" staff—and a cutting impersonation of Jay Leno that apparently violated legal constraints.
Well, we finally got an answer to that question, huh? And it was... Nowhere near what most of us thought it would be, basically. Not unsatisfying, just strange. Strange and curiously religious?
Last night's thrilling and tragic episode was full of head scratch moments, but one major question still nags at us. As, you know, it's supposed to. Just what the hell is that darn smoke monster up to?
On last night's magical mystery machine, alliances shifted like the tides. Fearsome, unpredictable island tides. Who's siding with who? Why are they? Like sands through the hourglass, these are the questions that keep us awake at night.
On last night's mystery machine we were focused on a touching Hurley story, but in the end it was another character who came out of the background and shocked us all.
In last night's masterfully done head-bender of an episode, our old friend Desmond was once again stuck somewhere he wasn't quite sure he belonged.