Welcome, internet, to The Consumerist, the latest title from Gawker Media. The Consumerist loves to shop, and is reconciled to utilities, but hates paying for shoddy products, inhumane customer support, and half-assed service.
Each week The Consumerist
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You don't care how you get your fix. You just want to play a new game right now and you don't want to pay a lot for the privilege. Thank God for the Internet, where everything (and its mom) is available for free. So, taking a break from downloading patche
I wonder if he is senile.. He sounds really moronic and/or extremist. Stupid Stupid Stupid..
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Movie: Water. Director: Deepa Mehta
About widows in Pre-independence era in India.
1- I am from Hijaz, Saudi Arabia. 2- I am currently studying in the US & fully legal. 3- Since I am an alien (according to the law), I am allowed to make grammatical mistakes and endless run-ons. 4- I do pick sides and call them "educated opinions." (I am
How do you know if you're already addicted or rapidly tumbling toward trouble? Everyone's situation is different, and it's not simply a matter of time spent on-line. Some people indicate they are addicted with only twenty hours of Internet use, while othe
The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth, people with direct knowledge of the arrangement told USA TODAY.
The U.S. government seems to have a dizzying array of programs, both already running and in the pipeline, to gather vast amounts of data on virtually everyone, store that data for who knows how long, and do who knows what with it. One thing they’re doin
A week or so ago, a page by Professor Solomon called The Twelve Principles made the link rounds. The prof lays out a 12-step plan for finding any lost object. Most of the principles are mental tricks to get you back to the place you lost a physical object
Firefox extension TimeTracker keeps track of the time you spend surfing with the ‘fox.
Instead of simply tracking the amount of time Firefox is open, TimeTracker has a several options you can tweak to get an accurate idea of the time you spend workin
Atlas, a new mapping program from Fresh Logic Studios, is an ambitious new AJAX map along the lines of Google Maps.
All the usual features are there (directions, satellite and hybrid views, etc.), but Atlas has taken extra steps to make itself look and