Here's the best stuff on the front page of the internet today: -- The most creative, ambitious, out-of-the-box-thinking 6th graders you'll ever meet [/videos] -- A couple of homeowners were re-flooring their home and then WHAM [r/pics] -- Cutest Stampede Ever [/aww] -- We're the two best friends that anyone could have... [/pics] -- except for these guys... [/aww] -- Best Tip Jar Ever [/funny] -- What do Toy Story & The Shining have in common? [/pics] -- Is "Hugging Cats" a thing? It needs to be a thing. [/aww] -- Well someone's not into it [/funny] -- The difference 39 years can make [/pics] -- Ladies and Gentelemen, Benedict Cumberbatch IS Julian Assange [/movies] -- Some things just get lost in translation [/funny] -- The ultimate room makeover for every Pretty Pretty Princess [/funny] -- Brian Cranston's doppleganger? You decide. [/pics] -- And then that time Miss Utah set women back 100 years [/videos] Share your favorite in the comments, or tweet us @OKMagazine.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — In the last season of "Portlandia," the mayor of this sustainability-obsessed city vanished in shame after he was singled out as Portland's "No. 1 electricity hog," Portland went into a blackout, cats barked, creepy music played, and a bizarre Australian who calls himself "Birdman" told guests at a bed and breakfast "there is no civilization."
By Poornima Gupta and Edwin Chan SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook kicked off the company's annual confab for its developers on Monday, where the company is expected to unveil a new design and revamped features for its iOS mobile operating system along with a new streaming-music service. Apple began its product showcase by announcing a new operating system for the Mac called "Mavericks," moving away from its penchant for naming its computer software after big cats. The new OS can now handle multiple display and "tagging" of documents, among other new features. ...
INDIANAPOLIS — A nebula that shines about 5,500 light-years from Earth could be going through a "baby boom," according to a new study.
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