Entrepreneurs Told Us What They Learned from Their Worst Mistakes
They're all but inevitable.
We Added Pumpkin Spice Syrup to Booze to See Which Drink Made Us Least Ill
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The Agency That Messed Up Hawaii's Nuclear Alert Keeps Passwords on Post-Its
At least they weren't using "password."
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Twitter Re-Activated an Account It Told Congress Was Connected to a Russian Troll Farm
Robert Delaware got his account back after the company misidentified him as a Russian troll, but Twitter won't say if this could have happened to others.
How to Recover From a Major Screwup
A persuasion expert shows you how to apologize—without having to say you're sorry.
Appearing in Stock Photos Was the Biggest Mistake of My Life
My face sold booze and milk, I graced the cover of a book about monster hunters, and I was the poster boy for a horrifying penis condition.
Christmas Carol Service Accidentally Prints Lyrics to Tupac’s “Hail Mary” Instead of 15th Century Prayer
“Revenge is like the sweetest joy next to gettin' pussy,” read the program at the Joy to the World Catholic Festival in Sri Lanka.
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We Asked People About the Weirdest Things Ever Stolen from Their Bar
People steal the strangest stuff.
Roëlla Van Gulik
These 8 Artists Bring Glitch Art into the Real World
From fashion to furniture, check out the makers taking inspiration from the glitch.
We Asked Chefs About Their Biggest Fails in the Kitchen
Chefs are just like us, and they too experience their fair share of “I can’t believe I just did that” moments.
We Asked People What They Regret Most in Life
"I regret the last phone conversation I had with my big sister, the day before she committed suicide."
Paul Sauer, Photos by Tor Birk Trads
How 'Kind of Everything Went Wrong' With the Turkey Data Dump
The incident highlights the nuances and differing morality of those who dump or spread hacked data.