In a troubling series of tweets with more emotional intensity than an entire season of Homeland, the CIA’s official Twitter account told the story of Lulu, an adorable bomb-sniffing dog who refused sniff bombs.
Source: CIA Fires Very Good Girl for Refusing to Be a Narc
On June 9, 1953, TW Garner Food Company received a trademark for its signature hot sauce, Texas Pete.
Source: The Story of Texas Pete – Our State Magazine
Designers have always borrowed from other sources, but ‘fair use’ is a hard idea to pin down. Jeff Koons thought he had an air-tight defence. He didn’t.
Source: Puppies (And Other Fun Ways to Get Sued For Copyright)
It costs as much as a supercar, but the Legacy Power Wagon pickup exudes cool in a way most modern cars can’t. With 585 hp and an optional saw mill, we love it.
Source: Legacy Classic Power Wagon First Drive
Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority brought to you by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). ISRG is a California public benefit corporation, and is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Source: Our First Certificate Is Now Live
Making a checkbox round is like labeling the Push side of a door Pull.
Source: Checkboxes Are Never Round
In choosing a nifty vintage VW bug for our food truck, we were making a statement…and creating some challenges.
Source: A Food Truck Isn’t Just About the Food. It’s the Truck, Too.