The 2nd Annual Streamy Awards, at L.A.'s Orpheum Theatre, which honors "the best in web television," is one of your "wacky" awards shows. Which explains exactly 0% of the sartorial horror on display.
- Last night, David Letterman revealed that a CBS News employee is accused of trying to extort $2 million from him because he had sexual relationship with female employees.
The awesome Zoë Bell (Death Proof, Whip It) explains how to fake-clothesline someone while on rollerskates in the October issue of Wired. Illustration number 4 does not look fun. (Click to enlarge.)
Zoë Bell kicked ass in Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof, doing her own death-defying stunts. This Kiwi is clearly a star on the rise, so why is she in a web series?
In the wake of yesterday's Supreme Court ruling in District of Columbia v. Heller (i.e., the D.C. gun ban case), Megan McArdle at The Atlantic mused "I don't understand why more feminists don't push for widespread gun ownership." Well, other than the fairly obvious overlap between feminists and liberals (who tend to…