You wouldn't think that a giant cookie wouldn't concern Cookie Monster, but it turns out, even he has his limits when it comes to sweet treatsIn Sesame Street's parody of Jurassic World, a massive prehistoric cookie comes to life and threatens the park. "First time cookie ever tried to eat me,
Cookie Monster doesn't care what Siri has to say, he just wants cookies.A recently discovered Easter Egg in Siri's responses had iPhone users holding down their home button to initiate the robot in order to ask a question they probably learned in grade schoolSee also:
AUSTIN, Texas — Cookie Monster just wants to break the Internet. But how? The blue, furry monster traveled to SXSW with Internet-crashing dreams and a suitcase full of cookies in a quest to #BreaktheInternet. A grouchy feline gives some input,
C is for cookie. A is for artOn a Friday morning in the minutes before the Guggenheim opens to visitors, Cookie Monster loops down the museum’s famous spiral ramp. The sweet-toothed Muppet’s blue fur strikingly contrasts the crisp white backdrop. And as his googly eyes wiggle with each step,
Girl Scouts hide your Thin Mints, the Cookie Monster has been spotted in L.A.Jimmy Kimmel thought it'd be a great idea to inject his show with some classic Sesame Street humor, so he invited his childhood "role model," the Cookie Monster, to write some jokes for him. Unfortunately,
You might know John Oliver as the dapper British gent speaking truth to power every Sunday on Last Week Tonight. But did you know he also co-anchors a nightly news broadcast about words with Cookie Monster?Just kidding, that's not a thing. But you would totally watch that show.
Sometimes, Platform 9 3/4 is how you get to Sesame StreetIn Sesame Street's latest parody video, Cookie Monster takes on the role of Furry Potter to learn about listening to directionsSee also:
C isn't just for cookie, it's also for creative.DIY project maker and Instructables community manager Mike Warren created an adorable, Sesame Street-inspired home decor piece for your baby's bedroom or playroom: a Cookie Monster rug and bonus cookie pillows.See also:
Cookie Monster's latest quest for cookies takes him down the yellow brick roadCookie puts on pigtails to play the role of Dorothy in a Wizard of Oz-inspired parody, but she never loved cookies like the furry blue monster. He sets off to find the mythical "cookie of oz,
Cookie Monster is a Muppet of few words — mostly cookie-related wordsBut the furry blue monster goes deep with profound musings on food, inspired by the splish-splash geniuses at Reddit's r/ShowerThoughtsTruly, though, what was the best thing before sliced before?
Jean Valjean stole bread in Les Miserables to feed his family, and he served 19 years in prison. Just imagine if he stole cookies.In this short video, Cookie Monster (a.k.a "Jean Bon-Bon") and many other Sesame Street characters parody the classic French play with a twist:
Boston Dynamics' SpotMini recently learned how to hit the moves on the dance floor. Its moves have gone viral on YouTube and just go to show how far robot technology has advanced. Read more...More about Tech, Mashable Video, Robot, Dance, and Boston Dynamics
It's a great time to be a coffee fiend, y'all.When it comes to getting your daily caffeine dose, heading over to your local coffee shop can feel convenient — until it doesn't. (AKA when you suddenly realize you're spending $40 a week on coffee. Oops.) That, my friends,
Most of the characters on American Horror Story don’t deserve a happy ending. There are a few true heroes scattered around its seven and three-quarters seasons — the life-loving witch Misty Day, the well intentioned Kit Walker, Cordelia Goode,
Heading into the cooler months means it's time to get cozy with a good movie, or binge-watch the latest Netflix show. (Seriously, how great is Haunting of Hill House?!)SEE ALSO: Get the Apple iPad Pro on sale for $50 off at Walmart,
Want to launch the next big app? Having a million dollar idea is only half the battle.If you really want to build something that will become as big as Uber, Venmo, or even Pokémon Go, you need to create a well-functioning app that's easy for users to tap, swipe, and navigate. Let's be honest:
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More new Apple devices are coming.As if this month wasn't already jam-packed with new product announcements from every company under the sun, Apple's just sent out invitations for an event on Oct.
It's taken a few decades, but Apple finally figured out what makes an entertaining conferenceApple kicked off Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference with a "behind-the-scenes" Birdman-esque look at how they planned this year's tech conference. Apparently,
Apple just revealed the latest version of iOS at its Worldwide Developers Conference.iOS 9, which will roll out to iPhones and iPads later this year, adds a suite of new features to the operating systemSee also: Exclusive: Tim Cook says lack of diversity in tech is 'our fault'With a smarter Siri,
On the eve of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, CEO Tim Cook sat down with Mashable for an extensive conversation — not about flashy gadgets and vanity sales statistics, as one might expect in the lead-up to one of Apple's major media events for the year,
我们如何从网民在线的行为上发现你的目标，即精准定义或者定位你的目标？这是今天的主题，但是我们首先要了解大数据的概念。 什么是大数据？它分为几大类？ 第一类就是用户在线交互行为。为什么强调在线？
Episode 10 浅谈用户运营 Part 3 Chapter 4 当用户流失了，我们做什么 虽然我们做了很 […]
EE won the call quality battle with 97 per cent of its mobile calls successfully connected across the UK, according to the latest research from Ofcom.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/08/13/ofcom-call-quality-report-finds-ee-is-top-of-the-tree-vodafone-at-the-bottom/
Sony's streaming game service PlayStation Now is getting an all-you-can-game subscription on Jan. 13 in the U.S. and Canada. PlayStation 4 owners can pay $19.99 a month to stream games, or $44.99 for a three-month pass.
All that Google searching might be giving you a big head.Simon Oxenham at BPS Research Digest summarized a study from the Journal of Experimental Psychology that found that after accessing information on the Internet, people might actually be overconfident about what they think they know.See also: