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Hacked Patreon data spills out onto the Web

Crowdfunding site Patreon admitted earlier this week that it had been the victim of a hacking attack, and now the data — including millions of email addresses — has been published online.
Movies & TV

Baking Bad and House of Kards: Your favorite Netflix shows are ruined forever

Take a break from binging and check out these parodies of your favorite Netflix TV shows, including Baking Bad, House of Kards, and Arrested Developers. Alternate titles, descriptions, and awards will have you laughing so hard that you'll…

John McAfee hilariously roasts single-issue voters

John McAfee challenges how we vote and what Americans should care about in the upcoming elections. Should it gun control or the deadly threat of cyberwar?

What is phubbing, and is it ruining your relationships?

Are you cheating on your friends with your phone? If so, it's got a name and serious side effects. According to new research, the act of phubbing, or phone snubbing, is a very real epidemic in the United States.
Cool Tech

We may be able to grow artificial veins out of self-assembling peptides and proteins

Thanks to the development of a new self-assembling material, scientists believe that they may have found a way to create artificial vessels, and better yet, have these structures grow themselves.

This guy just used virtual reality to propose to his girlfriend (and did it IRL too)

We've toured Syria with VR, been forewarned of the inevitable link between VR and sex, and now, one man has proposed to his girlfriend using the technology. Don't worry, he proposed in real life, too.

This hungry dog was such a menace, his owners spent $37,000 to puppy-proof their home

Rollo the chocolate lab will stop at nothing to get food, so his owners spent nearly $38,000 to remodel their kitchen and dog-proof their home. He's no longer eating through Tupperware to get at cupcakes.

Stephen Colbert named a fish after himself in No Man’s Sky, and so can you!

No Man's Sky is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious games of all time, and Stephen Colbert got to see it in motion on the Late Show, naming a fish after himself as he explored several massive planets.