Facebook Is Investigating Bitcoin Ads Bypassing Its New Ban
It appears some ads have already found simple workarounds.
This Story of a Huge Skittles Spill on a Freeway Just Keeps Getting Weirder
A Mars spokesperson had no idea how the thousands of defective candies ended up in a cardboard box on the back of a truck more than 150 miles away.
Australian Universities Still Aren’t Safe From Deregulation
The new Minister for Education isn't giving up on Christopher Pyne's plans to let unis charge what they want.
Gang Members Are Feeding New Zealand’s Hungry Children
One in four children live below the poverty line in New Zealand. The Tribal Huks, a gang that's made headlines for violent assaults and robberies in the country's North Island, is trying to help feed 70,000 hungry kids.
Animal Feed Made from Maggots Might Save the World
Most factory farm animals are raised on soy and fishmeal, but a UK outfit is trying to change that with a sustainable and easy-growing source of protein: maggots.
UnFacebooking, Randomizing, and Other Ways to Burst the Filter Bubble
Our feeds are fed to us, but we can bite back.
Claire L. Evans