Daily newspaper comics are dealing with coronavirus in weird ways

Daily newspaper comics are dealing with coronavirus in weird ways

Newspaper comic strips have an uncanny relationship to the flow of time. They can function like historical records — I remember doing deep dives into my father’s Doonesbury collections as a kid, attempting to reconstruct the Watergate scandal from the mostly inscrutable punchlines — but they are also an incredibly ephemeral medium. The vast majority … Read more

Twitter, Square to make June 19 a holiday to support racial diversity

Twitter, Square to make June 19 a holiday to support racial diversity

FILE PHOTO: Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and fin-tech firm Square, sits for a portrait during an interview with Reuters in London, Britain, June 11, 2019. REUTERS/Toby Melville (Reuters) – Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of Square Inc and Twitter Inc, said June 19, popularly known as ‘Juneteenth’, would be a permanent company-wide holiday in … Read more

No Man’s Sky is adding crossplay for Xbox One, PC, and PS4

No Man’s Sky is adding crossplay for Xbox One, PC, and PS4

No Man’s Sky is heading to Xbox Game Pass on June 11th, along with a Windows 10 version. Developer Hello Games announced that, beginning tomorrow, the game will be available with cross-platform multiplayer, meaning PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC players will be able to adventure together. Since the game’s launch in 2016, Hello Games … Read more

Save $20 on Fitbit’s Charge 4 with GPS tracking

Save $20 on Fitbit's Charge 4 with GPS tracking

Buy Charge 4 at Amazon – $129.95 Buy Charge 4 at Best Buy – $130 We gave the Fitbit Charge 4 a score of 82. If you or your dad are rocking an older Fitbit, the Charge 4 is a compelling upgrade for a couple of reasons. To start, it’s the first Fitbit fitness tracker … Read more

King of Staten Island review: Pete Davidson shines in Judd Apatow’s new movie

King of Staten Island review: Pete Davidson shines in Judd Apatow’s new movie

When 20-year-old Pete Davidson made his debut on Saturday Night Live in 2014, he drew notice through his appearances on “Weekend Update,” where, as himself, he spoke on topics ranging from gender-neutral bathrooms to his mental health. Though he also performed in sketches, his monologues were more compelling. His blasé way of addressing heavy topics, … Read more