Jack Thompson's up to his wacky shennanigans again! This time he attacks Activision's CEO for a speech he made. We find out whether you can charge an iPhone with oranges or not. A company has developed a way to identify a user strictly by their typing cadence. Because of Toyota's epic fubar and recall, you can now find fun commemorative products poking fun at Toyota - like the TiRD mug. Can a pickle be more popular than Nickelback? This year marks the 20th anniversary of Photoshop. We show you how to escape the clutches of Google. All this, plus the Question of the Week and the Fark Headline of the Week.
- Activision CEO Bobby Kotick's full DICE speech, Jack Thompson says 'Gotcha!'
- How many oranges does it take to charge an Apple?
- Typing 'cadence' used to identify authorized database users, lock everyone else out
- Brisco County
- TiRD-Covered Mugs Commemorate Toyotapocalypse
- Bloggers sound off on BrewDog Sink! Schorschbr�u 45% coming soon
- Arizona school bus gains WiFi, students suddenly chill out and get productive
- Can this pickle get more fans than Nickelback? YES! WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS!
- Using Facebook or Twitter 'could raise your insurance premiums by 10pc'
- The Greatest Business Card Ever
- 20 Years of Adobe Photoshop
- How To: Escape From Google's Clutches, Once and For All
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