Cleverly adapted maps were key tool for nations' propagandising leading up to the Second World War. With countries depicted as human figures, animals, or even monsters, these illustrations attempted to represent more than just geography.
How many times have you clicked "Agree" to the thousands upon thousands of words in iTunes terms of service agreements after just a few seconds? Twenty times? Fifty? Man—that is some world class speed-reading.
We knew this day would come. Duke Nukem Forever might have been a bona-fide turkey on the next-gen consoles, but the source material still has its fans. Rebirthing the original classic on the Android platform, Duke Nukem 3D is proof positive that you can't keep a good ol' boy down.
A quick browse of comments on the Internet will do more to destroy your faith in mankind than watching an hour of Sky news. The Onion's answer? A site that's built specifically to lure moronic commenters. It's satire, yes, but it's also an idea that needs to happen now. Like right now. Please?