ITworld shares a Business Insider article (one page) on "The 19 Most Hated Companies In America" -- "American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) rates companies based on thousands of consumer satisfaction surveys. The most-hated include large banks, airlines, power and telecom companies..."
Blue's News share an addicting Flash stealth assassin game titled "Ultimate Assassin 3" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Game121.com (also has previous games: #2 and #1) -- "Your mission is to assassinate the target then escape from the place. You have two special abilities; speed and invisibility. You should be calm and think fast to succeed..."
Blue's News share a Flash game titled "Dinosaur Zookeeper" on Adult Swim -- "When it comes to prehistoric animal care, no one is better suited than a dinosaur zookeeper. Unfortunately he just got fired, so now it's up to you. Take your fledgling dinosaur park from empty and safe to full and incredibly dangerous. Everyone knows that keeping dinosaurs behind fences is a losing game, but do your best to keep the bloodbath at bay and get paid. Remember, if too many visitors die it will be your job that's going extinct."
Blue's News share an addicting Flash strategy game titled "Battle for the Boardroom" on Games For Work and its official web site, Chartered Management Institute (CMI) -- "Use strategy and cunning to dominate the United Kingdom/UK business world! Send out teams of go-getters to overrun the opposition and claim their corporate territory as your own!" and "Move your employees from one building to the next as you try to take control of all local businesses."
These two recent Brevity comic strips show the intelligences of animals:
Your early bird overlord saw three funny comic strips this early mawning:
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Digg shares a two pages Cracked article on the "eight (8) movie special effects (FXs) you won't believe aren't computer generated image (CGI) -- "We mean no disrespect to the digital effects artists working in Hollywood, but sometimes it feels like computer-generated (CGI) effects haven't improved in ten (10) years. Every blockbuster seems to have at least one big effects scene that looks like it was lifted from a Playstation 3 (PS3).