Source: The BBC
Top Gear's Burma special in which Jeremy Clarkson used a racial term broke broadcasting guidelines, Of ...
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12 hours ago
Source: Spectator Magazine
Driving along in the car, listening to the radio news, the boyfriend turned to me and said he thought the Michael Fabricant row a very strange one. Fabricant was being pilloried for having tweeted that he could never go on television with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown because he might ‘end up punching her in the throat’, but my man said he didn’t see what the fuss was about. ‘After all,’ he said, ‘I feel like punching you about 50 times a day.’
Reader, be assured, he was joking. Victims’ grou ...
Full article at: Spectator Magazine
Jun 25 2014, 10:00pm CDT
Source: Politics - The Huffington Post
It's an Elon Musk world, and we're just living in it.
This week, Musk announced that Tesla would yank all of its patents and open up their technology to whomever so desires it. Musk even went so far as to announce via Tesla's blog that they "will not initiate patent lawsuits against anyone who, in good faith, wants to use our technology." Bold move for anybody. Especially bold move for an electric car company on the brink of building a $4-5 billion lith ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post
Jun 14 2014, 1:49pm CDT
Source: Driving Canada
Of all the legendary sports cars that have seared their way into our minds, the iconic Porsche 911 may well be the most prominent and persistent.
Instantly recognizable, its sleek silhouette has changed remarkably little over the vehicle’s first 50 years, and there’s little to suggest that it’ll change much over the next half century.
The legendary Porsche 911 Turbo gets both sleeker and faster with age.Rob Rothwell, Driving
While the 911’s s ...
Full article at: Driving Canada
Jun 11 2014, 1:03pm CDT