April 2023 has come to a close. The end of the month means a new entry in our month-in-review series, which […]
Four photos of a serene, wet, brown duck standing on Pier 5 of Brooklyn Bridge Park.
We celebrate our humble online writing magazine’s third birthday with a curated selection of article recommendations based on our most-read content from our first three years.
A heartbroken anime girl is recovering from her jerk boyfriend breaking up with her to be with another woman. But what if I told you she needs to end her toxic relationship with Windows?
An in-depth look at the outside world from Bing Jail.
A new anime series tackles naturally brown hair, dyed brown hair, and Japanese school dress and grooming codes in two interesting scenes.
No need for video game cloud saves if you know how to use Syncthing (sometimes, probably).
Justin and Justina discuss a Consumer Reports study revealing troubling levels of cadmium and lead in some dark chocolate brands.
Against the tendency of purportedly American companies to export CCP censorship abroad.
I review an anime series primarily for its interesting concept… but it is a decent series in its own right, granting its faults.
I remain undecided whether to interpret this as an inflatable egg dressed as a bunny, a bunny dressed as an egg, or a hitherto undiscovered egg-bunny.
Making the case for whitelisting Seznam and other good crawlers from independent index search engines.