TV.com shows its "... handy-dandy interactive summer schedule, which is loaded with premiere dates for all the new and returning shows airing on broadcast and cable during these warm months..." for Americans' television/TV viewers
Reddit shared British Broadcasting Corp(oration)'s Your Life on Earth to show how this planet has changed in your/other's lifetime.
So true in this one minute and 53 seconds YouTube video. Stupid greedy companies and humans. :(
... 11:35AM [KaT> haha..awesome 11:35AM [KaT> http://www.cnet.com/news/funny-or-die-takes-on-cable-bundles-in-hilarious-short/ 11:35AM [Willie> [ Funny or Die takes on cable bundles in hilarious short
... 09:17PM [grifter> neighbors slammed something... grace started crying 09:17PM [grifter> frak 09:17PM [grifter> I dislike sharing walls ... [09:31pm] [Ant> Like dorm(itory) rooms, eh? [09:31pm] [Ant> hehe [09:31pm] * Ant slams grifter's walls. 09:51PM [grifter> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IRB0sxw-YU 09:51PM [Willie> [YouTube] Title: Everyone's Upstairs Neighbors
Back in 2013, The New York Times reported that "In High-Tech Japan, the Fax Machines Roll On ... Japan is renowned for its robots and bullet trains, and has some of the world's fastest broadband networks. But it also remains firmly wedded to a pre-Internet technology — the fax machine — that in most other developed nations has joined answering machines, eight-tracks and cassette tapes in the dustbin of outmoded technologies.
Animals Sucking at Jumping is has a compilation of recorded animated images of various animals in failing to jump.
HardOCP shared The Washington Post's article on Five/"5 myths about daylight saving time" (DST) -- "Daylight saving time strikes again Sunday at 2 a.m., at least for every state outside Hawaii and Arizona. Though DST has been part of life in the United States since World War I, its origin and effects remain misunderstood, even by some of the lawmakers responsible for it. Here are some common myths..."
VideoSift shared an almost nine/9 minutes YouTube video documentary showing "Exploration #4 - Oil Of L.A. -- Twenty/20 billion barrels of oil sit beneath Los Angeles. Hidden in plain sight, thousands of wells pump day and night all over the city covered by hollow office buildings, camouflaged next to high schools, and concealed behind shopping malls. We put on our boots and went exploring."