Bend over! Best Buy has a new plan to bilke you of your money. New firefighter boots allow others to track them. Pizza Hut has a deal for the lazy. Bravo Gustavo: the new iPhone app that lets you flail around like an idiot. French Parliament plans to mandate full disclosure regarding the use of Photoshop. Information leaked about a new tablet project from Microsoft, and unlike other Microsoft products, this looks awesome! Consumer-B-Gone allows you to annoy grocery shoppers. Apple gets the okay to block third-party gadgets from syncing with iTunes. OkCupid has analyzed over 500,000 introduction messages to figure out what works and what doesn't. Find out 10 dirty, little secrets about the restaurant industry. All this plus the Question of the Week and the Fark Headline of the Week.
- Bend Over: Best Buy Will Set Up Your PlayStation 3 For $130 - Best Buy $130 Game Console Setup
- Firefighter Boots Leave Goopy, Glowing Trail of Firefly Carcasses
- Pizza Hut Rewards Laziness by Giving 20% Off to iPhone App Orders
- Bravo Gustavo, an excuse to wave your iPhone around like a conductor's baton
- French Parliament May Mandate Full Photoshop Disclosure
- Courier: First Details of Microsoft's Secret Tablet
- Apple Gets Okay to Block Third-Party Gadgets (Like the Palm Pre) from Syncing with iTunes
- Bringing Convenience and Open Source Methods To Higher Education
- 10 Dirty Little Restaurant Secrets
- Kristen Wig Wins
- UNL is renaming its reading center in honor of Kit and Dick Schmoker
Additional Notes Edit
- The LA Philharmonic is the orchestra in question regarding the "Bravo Gustavo" app.
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