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The Steam Slate Desktop

Over on our Facebook page, Panda Nguyen shared his desktop in the comments of our post about last week’s featured desktop—well, we liked it so much, we had to feature it too. It may look like Steam is built-in, but it’s not—it just fits very well. Here’s how he set it all up. Read more… [...]

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Charring A Whisky Barrel Transforms It Into A Portal To Hell

Scotland might be the spiritual home of whisky, but Japan is perfecting its own unique take on the liquor. At Nikka’s Yoichi distillery in Hokkaido, watching a barrel get charred—for flavor!—looks a hell of lot like the living flames of satan’s demons are being unleashed from within those wooden staves. Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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JibJab enters the messaging game, wants to be the “funny button” for all your communications needs

Fifteen years after launching as a fledgling digital content shop in New York and after surviving two economic downturns, JibJab Bros Studios today is profitable and employs more than 60 people. Having relocated its operations to Santa Monica a decade ago, the company bootstrapped itself for more than half its life before bringing on venture backing only [...]

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How Twitter became the LinkedIn of the adult industry

Daisy Ducati tweets selfies — of her skintight red latex dress, stockinged feet and naked body. It’s the sort of thing that could get most people fired, but in Ducati’s case, it’s actually gotten her hired. That’s because Ducati works in the adult industry, which increasingly treats 140-character missives and follower counts like cover letters [...]

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