Here is the pastebin file of today's alleged password leak

Gizmodo is reporting on this dubious leak now but many are saying it is info from an older password dump and the people behind it are just trolling. However, it wouldn't hurt to do a word find on the pastebin file just to make sure your email accounts, user names, etc., aren't on the list. http://pastebin.com/kQ9bQiXc » 12/27/14 5:54pm 16 minutes ago

Friendly Notice: Additional app sales and info!

Alright kids, this should've gone up Wednesday or Thursday but with the holidays and all I put it off and I'm throwing it up now that I have some free time. The following are all the sales, although the list is not complete by any means, as posted by Android Police. Saving you all the trouble of visit the site itself… » 12/27/14 2:16pm Today 2:16pm

ThursdayTales Roll Call: a Day Late & A Captain Short edition

So Drillpress has, sadly, moved on to greener pastures, so I figured I'd put out this week's call for submissions. I realize that I might be stepping on a few toes here on the O-Deck by just taking on the rolecall myself, but I would like for this to be a thing that doesn't fall by the wayside while the powers that be… » 12/27/14 10:18am Today 10:18am

Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa

They call it Al Noor Tower (Tower of Light) and, once built in Casablanca, Morocco, it will be the tallest building in Africa. The 1771-foot (540-meter) building is a project of Sheikh Tarek M. bin Laden, designed by French architects Valode et Pistre, who obviously have been watching too much Lord of the Rings. » 12/27/14 8:36am Today 8:36am

About That Missing Roman Numeral

It's been a little over a month since Disney officially unveiled Star Wars: The Force Unleashed to the world, and while there's been a ton of fan speculation and press coverage, there's one aspect of the publicity that's been curiously overlooked: the lack of a Roman numeral. » 12/26/14 9:08pm Yesterday 9:08pm

NPR Interviews Film Score Composers

This week, National Public Radio's afternoon program "All Things Considered" has airing a daily interview with a different film score composer. If, like me, you are into motion picture soundtracks and scores, it's a real holiday treat. All of the interviews, about eight minutes each, can be found on the program's web… » 12/26/14 7:11pm Yesterday 7:11pm