Microsoft Buys LinkedIn for $26 Billion, Immediately Destroys The Website and Ruins Its Job-Searching and Recruiting Capabilities

Users are outraged about the new LinkedIn redesign. The new design has been destroying much more than just usability for front-end users, but also has really destroyed usability for job-seekers and recruiters as well. Reports are coming in from all over about how the new design has deleted critical features for recruiters such as search filtering options which are now... read more

Responsive Design And The Demise Of Empires | This Mistake Has Cost Companies Billions

With the advent of all-in-one computers in your pocket, otherwise known as smartphones, companies have seen an increasing need to move toward responsive design which allows users to view the website on a mobile device and have a great mobile experience. However, there has been massive oversight with the biggest companies which has cost them billions. This oversight... read more

Top Ten Perfectly Ethical Reasons To Download Pirated Movies, Software, And More | Ethical File Sharing and Not Illegal Downloading

Unless you have been living under a rock the last 15 years, you certainly have heard about free downloading. Hey, maybe you were a hermit, or you vowed to cut out the internet for the last decade, or maybe you were in a coma. In any event, we're taking it for granted that you already know what file sharing, torrenting, and "illegal" downloading is. Despite the fact... read more

PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro Are Both Now Released, But Will You Really Want To Buy One?

Great news for current PS4 owners. Even though the PS4 Slim came out on September 7th (September 16th for the UK), and the PS4 Pro came out on November 10th, you won't need to worry about buying one and forking out hundreds of more dollars. Instead if you have money burning a hole in your pocket, pick up a couple PS4 games instead. Why? Because, frankly, the PS4 Slim... read more

Top 10 Reasons Why Quora Sucks And Deserves To Die A Quick Death

It is amazing that Quora raised millions of dollars for a crummy question and answer website. It probably was able to raise the funds for several reasons, none of which were because it deserved to raise even a penny. These reasons probably included: the owner had connections, they did a good job at raising capital, the owners had a good credit rating, and the people doing... read more

Twitter’s Share Price Continues To Fall, What Could Be The Cause Of This?

Ever since going public and having a peak stock price of $69 just 32 months ago in January of 2014, Twitter's share price has been decreasing on a steady basis with a bleak outlook for the future. Twitter's share price went into a free fall a couple times, in October of 2014 after a short spike, and then again in April of 2015. Since then, the Twitter stock price has been... read more

PS4 DLNA Update 2016: Works Way Better, Still Needs Some Work But Now Usable

It's been 9 months since the last post where I broke down all the issues with the PS4 Media Player. In short, there have been a large amount of improvements to the DLNA functionality. I was forced to use the PS4 DLNA Media Player feature because when my house was struck by lightning last week, it busted my PS3. I think I can fix my PS3 but I haven't had the time so I've... read more

Apple Is Dead, Or For That Matter, The iPod Is Now Dead Too

First of all, when I say that "Apple is dead", first I must clarify what I mean. Is the company out of business? No, Apple has not gone out of business. Not yet anyway. When I say "Apple is dead", I mean something else. You see, I used to be an Apple fan, - well, iPod fan - back in the day, back when Apple was revolutionizing the world and bringing dedicated music... read more

Sony Officially Confirms PS4 Pro, Called Playstation Neo

At E3 2016, Sony officially confirmed they are working on and planning on releasing the new successor to the PlayStation 4, the much coveted PS5, in the 2017 holiday season. This one isn't an April Fool's joke. The official project name is called "PlayStation Neo", and social media has taken it by storm calling it PlayStation 4.5, since it isn't really a new console but... read more

The U.S. Military Wastes $8 Billion Tax Dollars Building a Single Nuclear Warhead, Plans To Spend Another $100 Billion More To Make More

The military is at it again, flagrant and outlandish wasting of money paid for by hard working Americans, all of whom had zero say in the matter and most if not all who would never agree to this use of their tax money. You can see the worker above wincing at the thought of the $8 billion dollars, which includes half of his salary, being spent on this weapon of mass... read more