Jody Petersen

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Why Selena Gomez Can't Stay Away From Justin Bieber

Friends, family and fans were disappointed to hear that Selena Gomez had once again hooked up with ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber on March 7, when the …

Seattle police release new Kurt Cobain suicide scene photos

Two decades after Kurt Cobain's suicide, the Seattle police department has released new photos of the scene where the Nirvana singer took his own life.<p>The two images show an array of what appears to be drug paraphernalia (including needles and a spoon) and personal effects like sunglasses and a …

Eminem and Rihanna add second Rose Bowl date to 'Monster' tour

Eminem and Rihanna's upcoming "Monster" tour has already gotten bigger.<p>Earlier this week the pair officially announced they would team for a brief run of stadiums this summer, with gigs in Pasadena, New York and Detroit.<p>Due to "overwhelming demand," they've added a second night to their stop at the …

Music

Lady Gaga Responds To Demi Lovato, Says Vomit Performance Was Not About Eating Disorders

Lady Gaga has responded to Demi Lovato's criticism that the use of vomit during her SXSW show was "glamorizing eating disorders." In an interview with E! News, Gaga said her incorporation of performance artist Millie Brown was meant to express "rage and pain," but had "absolutely nothing to do with …

10 Men Who Were Hot Then and Still Hot Now

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Ryan Reynolds

Kevin Bacon Busts Out Footloose Dance on The Tonight Show

Kevin Bacon still knows how to kick off those Sunday shoes.<p>The actor stopped by <i>The Tonight Show</i> Friday night, where he gamely showed host Jimmy …

Lady Gaga Wears Yet Another Bizarre Dress

Lady Gaga is hardly known for her demure style of dressing, after all, the pop singer has worn everything from crystal body suits to shirts with no pants. And who could forget the meat dress?<p>Well, it looks like she's at it once again. The singer appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night in a …

L'Wren Scott 'Was So Full of Life,' Longtime Friend Says

In the days since L’Wren Scott’s shocking suicide, loved ones have grappled with the loss of the beloved designer.<p>Now her boyfriend, Mick Jagger, …

Designing a Recurring Revenue Model Will Help Attract Capital

<i>George Deeb is the Managing Partner at Chicago-based Red Rocket Ventures, a startup consulting and financial advisory firm based in Chicago.</i><p>One of the first things that a venture capitalist looks for in assessing an investment opportunity is the revenue model of the business. More specifically, …

How architect Clive Wilkinson helped Google ditch cubicles and embrace glass

Architect Clive Wilkinson had to convince Google that cubicles were bad for business. "Cubicles are the worst — like chicken farming," says Wilkinson. "They are humiliating, disenfranchising and isolating."<p>"Cubicles are the worst — like chicken farming."<p>The renowned architect spent a few minutes …

Did the iPod kill the boom box?

Starting in the 1970s boom boxes provided the soundtrack of urban life -- on the street, buses, subways, parks, and beaches -- boom boxes were everywhere. Now they're almost defunct, music has moved inside, between our ears. We plugged-in and tuned-out from the world around us. The transition from …

Audiophile

The Coming PS4 And Xbox One TV Channel Experiment

The definition of what exactly a “television channel” is has been changing for quite some time now. The highest quality shows have slowly shifted from the big networks (NBC, ABC), to expand to cable (AMC, FX), pay channels (HBO, Showtime) and most recently, to streaming services that don’t need …

The solar panels of the future could be grown from bacteria

One day we could have conductive materials that grow, evolve, and self-repair. Researchers at MIT have taken the first steps to creating them. A new study (paywall) describes “living materials” that combine bacterial cells with nonliving materials that can conduct electricity and emit different …

Nanotech