Neatorama shares a BuzzFeed article showing "Eleven/11 Surprising Celebrity Hobbies -- If you had more money than you could ever spend, you would have weird hobbies too... Find out which celebrities are into spear fishing, action figure collecting, playing with dolls, fencing, and many more..."
Neatorama shares a two pages Ranker article, with embedded YouTube videos, showing "The Top Steve Jobs Keynote Moments -- Keynote speeches by Steve Jobs, the co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Apple, Incorporation/Inc., have become something of a cultural event. Especially as of August 24, 2011, when he resigned as CEO of Apple. So, relentlessly analyzed, interpreted, live-blogged and picked apart for details, these 'Steve-notes,' as they have come to be called, give insight not only into the new products and features Apple will be touting in the coming fiscal quarter, but Jobs' own outlook on gadgets and technology. With Jobs ongoing struggles with illness, his physical appearance and demeanor as well have become fodder for armchair pundits and tech obsessives.
Neatorama shares a ten pages Flavorwire article on "The Bizarre Stories Behind Your Favorite Brand Mascots" -- "... got us waxing nostalgic over other popular brand mascots from our childhood, and so we decided to do a little research on where a few of the most recognizable of these characters came from. Read on, and you may be shocked by some of the things we discovered
Neatorama and America OnLine (AOL) Weird News article, with an almost 15.75 minutes embedded Public Broadcast System (PBS) video (full episode), mentions the "rare Ronald McDonald costume found after 45 years by 'History Detectives' -- "In a more innocent age, Ronald McDonald was the most benign of media icons: a cheerful clown whose floppy red wig and striped clothes presented an image of family fun.
Something Awful has nine pages of doctored images showing toys that stood the test of time